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Cocoa Tea, stage name for Calvin Scott ⋆ 3 Sep 1959 in Jamaica, is a reggae, ragga and dancehall artist – singer, singjay, songwriter. Popular in Jamaica from 1985, successful worldwide since the 90s. His honeyed voice has a marvelous vitality and purity. He has recorded with most of Jamaica's top producers. His work includes 'Lost Me Sonia', 'Rocking Dolly', 'Good Life', 'Rikers Island', 'Barack Obama', 'Rastaman', 'Criminality' and countless others.
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Cocoa Tea (Calvin Scott) born in Rocky Point, Clarendon was one of many vocalists who emerged from the dancehall 'explosion' of the early 80's in Jamaica. His honeyed voice brought him a healthy following with a marvellous vitality and purity of vocal tone.
Paul Blake (19 October 1965 – 18 May 2017), better known as Frankie Paul, was a Jamaican dancehall reggae artist. Born blind, he has been dubbed by some 'The Jamaican Stevie Wonder'.
Born in Jamaica in 1965, Blake was born blind but as a child had his sight partially restored by an operation on a hospital ship. He sang for, and impressed Stevie Wonder when Wonder visited the school that Blake attended, prompting him to pursue a singing career.
Adopting the stage name Frankie Paul, he first found fame in the early 1980s, and he recorded prolifically throughout the decade. He has recorded for virtually every producer and studio in Jamaica at some time, and has been known to release several albums a year.
Governor Andy, born 1 December 1962 in Västerås, is a Swedish reggae artist.
Governor Andy began his career as a reggae musician in the band Free Speed 1979. He then sang in several bands before 1991 he moved to Stockholm, where he was instrumental in starting reggae clubs Trinity Sound, Slingshot Sound and Club Studio One. He debuted as a solo artist in 1997 with the single "Internet." The debut album would be delayed until 2002, when the dry bones valley was released. He has since released a further three albums, with songs such as Reggae profile, along with Jr. Eric .
He has also appeared on a number of albums by other musicians, including Petter and Kalle Baah . Loreen part in the song Happy Street on t...
J BOOG's debut album, "HEAR ME ROAR", showcases his ability to display a multi-genre style that will captivate audiences worldwide! His eclectic blend of Reggae, R&B and Hip-Hop fused with "Polynesian Soul" and "street flare" will find its way into the hearts (and ears) of the most discerning listener and music enthusiast! The fact that J BOOG pours his heart and soul into every last lyric of his music is evident...his lyrical styling is superb, and will definitely change the role of Polynesian artists in mainstream music! With the exception of Marlon Asher's "Ganja Farmer", all of the songs on the album are original works; demonstrating J BOOG's creative prowess and ability to write with such a wide range of versatility...from powe...