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Island Stage blog by: Susan Underwood You know what they say, “Any attention, positive or negative is good in the entertainment industry. Keep them talking.” Well ‘they’ are doing just that! Whether you are a hard core, Snoop fan or a Reggae artist/enthusiast, you are talking. Unless you have been under a rock somewhere, I […]
by Maliika Walker -Island Stage Mamadee was born in the far east of Germany, behind the Berlin Wall. In 2002 she began singing background vocals (along with Tamika) for international sensation, Gentleman. Mamadee is highly regarded in Germany as one of the countries emerging solo artists. Her debut single, <strong>Who I Am</strong> was the top […]
Jeanz N T Shirt September 8th! www.reverbnation.com/dianaking DIANA, has the IT … that THING… that separates her from the pack… she’s a star, with a combination of unparalleled vocal power and passion, diverse style, edgy lyrics, exotic beauty, sharp and opinionated mind, sex appeal and a down to earth jeans and t-shirt charm and personality […]
Brina comes alive on stage, when she steps in front of an audience and sings, people listen – her songs and music both refreshing and uplifting. Drawing on and fusing together elements of her rich musical and cultural heritage such as Reggae and Nyabinghi with other musical styles from around the globe and the African […]
Third-generation reggae royalty Daniel Bambaata Marley is the grandson of Bob Marley and the son of Ziggy Marley. Born in 1989, Daniel Bambaata Robert Nesta Marley grew up in the thick of reggae greatness and culture. From the time he was a toddler, he was accustomed to living out most of his days on a […]
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