Reggae Artist OMI


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One writer says, ‘some men are born great, some achieve greatness, while others had greatness entrusted upon them.’ In the case of Omi (Omar Samuel Pasley) he was born a great singer! Born on September 3, 1986 in Clarendon, Jamaica, Omi is the last of four children for Kenroy and Rachel Pasley. As a child growing up, he sang at every occasion that provided an audience – the church, school concerts or any other community gathering. Much to the delight of his onlookers, Omi would rise to the occasion once he got the opportunity.
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JAH THOMAS Stop Yu Loafin

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Release Dates: UK : May 20th // GAS & ROE: May 24th // FR : June 17th
Catalog #: GREWCD3

1978 classic DJ set finally gets a CD re-issue in the Greensleeves Reggae Classic series. One of the original album releases that launched the Greensleeves record label Stop Yu Loafin captures Jah Thomas flashing at the height of his powers over a set of 10 crucial Revolutionaries rhythms. Full Up, Death In The Arena, Answer – this is the Rockers sound that revolutionized the sound of Jamaica.

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Ken Boothe – Journey

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Mr. Boothe has had several chart-topping hits including Everything I Own (#1 in the British Charts in 1974),Crying Over You (#11 in the British Charts in 1974). His song Train is Coming ft Shaggy was used in the soundtrack for the movie Money Train (2005) starring Wesley Snipes, Woody Harrelson and Jennifer Lopez. Most recently in 2012,his chart-topping hit Artibella, was featured in Snoop Dogg’s song La La La which is currently doing very well as one of his first reggae tracks under his new title Snoop Lion. The song has gained the attention of Rolling Stones magazine, who has done a feature on this bold move by Snoop Dogg.
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