The Guardian on White Reggae

posted on April 12th, 2008 by in Article


Once reviled, ‘white reggae’ is now taking off all over the world – even in Jamaica. But is it any more than a pale imitation of the real thing?

That´s the question Dave Stelfox from The Guardian investigates in a nice piece I got aware of over at John Eden´s Uncarved blog.

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  1. seen.´s non-hippie reggae and dancehall blog /// seen. in NYC: Collie Buddz live at S.O.B.´s said at 8:19 am on May 4th, 2008:

    [...] reggae or dancehall rhythms. His versatile style has helped him to defy music industry odds, being a white musician in a predominately black genre, but after hearing his tunes once it is easy to see why the reggae/dancehall phenomenon garners so [...]

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