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The Captain Freddie Mcgregor himself with Chino and the Mighty Crown ūüĎĎ in Japan

Sky Juice (Selector)MC

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Sky juice is a Bahamian cuisine beverage combining coconut water or coconut milk, condensed milk or evaporated milk, and alcohol (especially gin but rum can be used as a substitute).[1] Nutmeg and cinnamon can spice it up.[2][3]

In Malaysia, sky juice is slang for plain water.[4]


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Orville Richard Burrell CD (born October 22, 1968),[1] better known by his stage name Shaggy, is a Jamaican-American reggae singer who scored hits with the songs "It Wasn't Me", "Boombastic", "In The Summertime", "Oh Carolina", and "Angel". He has been nominated for seven Grammy Awards, winning twice for Best Reggae Album with Boombastic in 1996 and 44/876 with Sting in 2019, and has won the Brit Award for International Male Solo Artist in 2002.

In 2007, he was awarded the Jamaican Order of Distinction with the rank of Commander. In 2022, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from Brown University.[2]

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He was born in Kingston, Jamaica, raised in the parish of St. Mary, in Islington a settlement in the hills, north of the parish capital Port Maria. He then relocated back to the place of his birth during his teenage years.[1] He began performing under his stage name, taken from a character in the G.I. Joe comic books, while still in his teens.[2] He honed his talents on several local sound systems before entering the studio

Ricky Trooper

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Born in St. Mary Jamaica, Ricky Trooper is a veteran reggae and dancehall sound selector.

His journey in dancehall reggae began when has was eight years old when he moved to Spanish Town,

where the owner of Coptic Hi Power introduced him to his first sound system.

Actually, Copey- the owner of Coptic Hi Power mentored him on the art of dancehall reggae sound clash.

He started out his deejaying career at the mighty Kilamanjaro where he worked alongside the likes of Pap San, Ninja Man, Lecturer, and Bunny General. √ā

It‚Äôs at Kilamanjaro Sound System where he showcased his mastery of selecting hence earning him the nickname ‚ÄúThe Killing Machine.‚ÄĚ

He then moved to Volume One and later came to own his sound system called Ultimate Touch. He currently one of the top sound system/selectors in the dancehall crush.

Tony Matterhorn

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Tony Matterhorn (born Dufton Taylor on 13 March 1972) is a dancehall reggae deejay and sound system selector from Kingston, Jamaica.

Matterhorn got his start in the sound system arena in the early 1990s, on Inner City Sound System first, then landing on King Addies in Brooklyn, New York alongside selector Babyface.[2] After leaving Addies in 1998 to form his own sound, he went on to win several international clashes, including World Clash Jamaica and the UK Cup Clash.[3]

Tony Matterhorn eventually crossed over into deejaying, and his Dutty Wine became both a hit single and a controversial dance craze in 2006.[1][4] Matterhorn continues to record and tour, as both a deejay and soundman.[5]

The nickname "Tony Matterhorn" comes from Matterhorn, a brand of cigarettes sold in Jamaica.[6]

His children include: Tania Taylor,Zoey Taylor ,Paris Taylor, Kadeem Taylor, Duffton Taylor j.r,Zye Taylor , Timayah Taylor , Aoki Taylor

WeePoo Stone Love

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OF the countless sound systems Jamaica has produced, few match the achievements of Stone Love, which celebrates its 44th anniversary
this year.
Winston ‚ÄėWee Pow‚Äô Powell, the man who started Stone Love in the Molynes Road area of Kingston in 1972, will receive the Order of Distinction during the National Honours and Awards ceremony at King‚Äôs House on October 20.
In a 2002 interview with the Observer marking Stone Love’s 30th anniversary, Powell spoke about
its origins and its rise as a
dancehall powerhouse.
‚ÄúStone Love is an enterprise now‚ĶIn 1972 it was a baby soun‚Äô,‚ÄĚ he said. ‚ÄúThe majority a people start know ‚Äôbout Stone Love from ‚Äô83 when wi start play inna the ghetto.‚ÄĚ
Born in Manchester , Powell‚Äôs little-engine-that-could roared in the late-1980s when its audience expanded to include ‚Äėuptowners‚Äô and corporate Jamaica . When dancehall music and culture took off in the 1990s, Stone Love‚Äôs popularity soared from Kingston to Brooklyn, London
and Tokyo .