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Buju made his first appearance since his release
on the world immortal Stone Love showing he still got it!
Place to be on a Monday night, full of pure vibes and niceness.
The place is full of locals, tourist and of course celebrities!
Step out for a good Monday night!
Wow checkout this video of Jamaica from 1972.
I love these types of videos where we can see how much has changed and how much has stayed the same.
Yes Jamaican’s live life to the fullest and their culture and vibe for life has spread throughout the whole world, everywhere you go there is some Jamaican influence!
The jewel of the Caribbean, there is not place like Jamaica.
- Marcia Griffiths
A musical icon born in Kingston, Jamaica.
Between 1974 and 1981, Marcia was a member of the I Threes, a trio of backing singers who supported Bob Marley and The Wailers.
In 1983, she released her re-recording of the Bunny Wailer song “Electric Boogie”. Although the 1983 version became a minor hit for Griffiths, the song was remixed in 1989, and it was this version that made the Electric Slide, a line dance, an international dance craze.
It reached number 51 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It is currently the highest-selling single by a female reggae singer of all time!
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Etana’s musical talent was realized from a young age.
When she was a teenager she joined a female vocal group named Gift.
At the time Universal Records was interested in their music and to develop them further.
But Etana had to be true to herself and stick with her roots and culture and left the group to peruse her solo career.
Etana was nominated for the 2008 MOBO Award in the ‘Best Reggae’ category.
Her fourth album, I Rise, was released in October 2014, and entered the Billboard Top Reggae Albums chart at number 7, and topped the chart in its second week of release. It remained at the number one spot for four weeks.
Etana is first female to top the reggae billboard chart in over fifteen years!
Alaine was born in New Jersey, but moved to Jamaica at the age of three.
Through the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, Alaine lived in the United States and did songwriting and backing vocals.
She moved back to Jamaica in the summer of 2004 to focus on her own music.
Her 2005 single “No Ordinary Love” was a breakthrough single, and Alaine was quickly praised for her talents.
Her debut album, titled Sacrifice, was released in early 2008.
A popular spot on a Thursday night in Kingston is All Stars Thursdays,
where the music is provided by the immoral Stone Love, so it’s bound to be a boom night out, with nice vibes.
A spot where I always have a great time, you’ll be raving with Jamaican’s as well as an International crowd and even celebrities!
Raving in Jamaica, it’s nice to see people from abroad partying and enjoying themselves and feeling safe in the “ghetto”.
Most of the parties I have been to in Jamaica, there are folks from abroad from USA to Poland having a great time.
It’s such a nice vibe to be outside in the warm night air listening to good music,sipping on a cool drink and surrounded by people who have come out to have a good time!
Check out this video, by Bon Jam TV