Reggae Icons- John Holt

John Holt will always be remembered for his incredible vocal and songwriting abilities, first finding fame as part of the Paragons. John Holt would go on to establish himself as one of the finest artists Jamaica has ever produced, although unfortunately John Holt is no longer with us, his music and talent will live on…

Reggae Icons- Jacob Miller

One of Jamaica’s most popular vocalists in the late 1970s, Jacob Miller enjoyed only six short years of a bright career before he was tragically killed in a car accident while he was still in his twenties. Jacob Miller recorded some of the most powerful music ever produced in Jamaica and his career, although short,…

Reggae Icons- Dennis Bovell

Very few reggae producers based in the UK have been as influential as Dennis Bovell. Bovell was one of the key figures in the development of the British reggae scene, having had a huge impact as a producer, but also performed as a artist during his time in the industry. Dennis Bovell helped to bring…

Reggae Icons- The Congos

Very few groups in Reggae have released such a small amount of music, yet still ARE4 revered to the same extent as the Congos. The Congos have released some of the finest music in the genre and although the group lacked longevity, the Congos definitely proved that in a legacy, quality is a lot more…

Reggae Icons- Dennis Brown

Dennis Brown, ‘The Crown Price of Reggae’ was one of the most distinctive and admired vocalists in reggae, starting his career as a child prodigy, his father had been a dramatist and his brother a comedian, Dennis Brown was seemingly prepared for a life in the limelight. Dennis Brown endured a lot of hardship in…