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LIKE FATHER, LIKE DAUGHTER, XANA ROMEO IS SET TO RELEASE “THE CLEANSE!”

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September 19, 2014
LIKE FATHER, LIKE DAUGHTER, XANA ROMEO IS SET TO RELEASE “THE CLEANSE!”

 Xana Romeo— XANA Romeo, daughter of veteran roots-reggae singer Max Romeo, is set to release her mix tape, The Cleanse, which is produced by her father for his Tharmax Music label. According to 20-year-old Xana, The Cleanse is a personal statement. “It speaks about the cleansing process that one must go through to become...
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THE DOCUMENTARY “SCRATCH” HITS FINANCIAL SNAG!

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February 3, 2013
LeeScratchPerry

By Cecelia Campbell-Livingston GERMAN film-maker Volker Schaner is seeking additional funding to complete his documentary on legendary Jamaican music producer Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry. Schaner, 45, placed Vision Of Paradise (the name of the project) on the kickstarter.com website — an online platform for funding creative projects — hoping to attract investors. Top: Director Volker...
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JAMAICA 50 CELEBRATIONS HEAD TO LONDON’S 02 ARENA!

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June 10, 2012
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By Howard Campbell—– WHEN Rod Hallett arrives in Jamaica today, it will be to launch a project close to the British music industry veteran’s heart. Hallett is president of International Touring at promotions giant AEG Live. He is also main man behind the July 25 to August 6 extravaganza showcasing Jamaican pop culture at...
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DID YOU KNOW THAT NO ONE WANTED TO SING THIS SONG?

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January 8, 2012
marlon

By Marlon Burrell   Did you know that when Max Romeo wrote the song “Wet Dream” he did not want to record it himself? He brought the song to producer Bunny Lee who offered the song first to Derrick Morgan, who declined to sing the song. The producer then offered the song to the...
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POLITICS IN SONGS – THE MUSIC OF POLITICS!

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December 26, 2011
MichaelManley

From The Jamaica Gleaner Published: Sunday | December 25, 2011   Popular Songs Campaign Hits ’70s Peak Over the years, political parties have used popular Jamaican hit recordings to help bolster their election campaigns. As early as 1960, Clancy Eccles’ Freedom was used for political purposes, when Sir Alexander Bustamante, founder of the Jamaica Labour Party...
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