“Greetings and Welcome to Reggae World Unity”
Reggae World Unity is an event created for the unification of people through Reggae Music. The great Bob Marley was the catalysts that preeminent the Reggae movement to the four corners of the earth. Reggae world Unity ‘s goal is to continue this movement, inspiring and encouraging world peace with events that brings diverse cultures and people together in one harmony. Peace and Love.
Davis was born in the Waterhouse district of Kingston in 1973. He was involved in the music industry from a young age, starting toasting at the age of five, and was encouraged by his uncle Sydney Wolf, who played drums for Jimmy Cliff.Continue Reading
Ky-Mani Marley (born February 26, 1976 in Falmouth Jamaica) is a Jamaican actor and reggae musician, he is the son of singer Bob Marley and table tennis Champion Anita Belnavis and half-brother of Ziggy Marley Marley’s first appearance as Continue Reading
Born Marion Hall, St. Mary’s, Jamaica, West Indies. Lady Saw began chatting on the microphone at the age of 15. Being located some distance from the recording studios, she served an apprenticeship on local sound systems before appearing onContinue Reading
From “Heads High” (1998) to “Bruk It Down” (2012), Mr Vegas has assembled an unshakable string of international classic reggae and dancehall releases including Billboard Continue Reading
A star has risen. Christopher Martin, the talented singer from Back Pasture, St. Catherine who shot to instant fame shortly after winning the coveted Digicel Rising Stars title in 2005, is fast becoming one of the mostContinue Reading
Jamaica’s upcoming dancehall and singing sensation, Tifa’s interest in music developed from a very young age, listening to musical legends such as Earth Wind and Fire, Patti Labelle and Aretha Franklin. Growing up with her stepfather, Sampalue, Continue Reading
There’s never a dull moment with Elephant Man. With a seemingly inexhaustibleenergy source, he throws himself into everything he does: whether its playing football, deejaying on the corner or in front of 10,000 screamingContinue Reading
The rich, bass-laced, fast-paced world of dancehall music means only the best of the best survive. Not many can go through a name change and still remain relevant. Many would say that even less can manage to takeContinue Reading
“What is a rebel but a man who is able to say yes to the impossible and no to the ordinary?” – Anonymous It’s apparent that in today’s Mainstream Music Industry, pundits of all shapes and sizesContinue Reading
Did you know?
Did you know?
One of the top tourist destinations in the Western Hemisphere, Jamaica is an island nation of the Greater Antilles, 145 mi in length, up to 50 mi in width and 4,243 sq mi in area. It is situated in the Caribbean Sea, about 90 mi south of Cuba. Its indigenous Arawakan-speaking Taíno inhabitants named the island Xaymaca, meaning the “Land of Wood and Water”, or the “Land of Springs”. Once a Spanish possession known as Santiago, in 1655 it became an English, and later a British, colony, known as “Jamaica”. It achieved full independence in 1962. Jamaica is the birthplace of Reggae, one of the world’s most popular music styles.
A Day of Unity