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The Temptations rev feat Dennis Edwards

Soul

Dennis Edwards – Born February 3, 1943 in Birmingham, Alabama to Reverend and Mrs. Dennis Edwards Sr., he began singing as a toddler, just two years old, in his fathers’ church.

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Tcheka

World music

Tcheka, born in a small, remote spot on the island of Santiago, Cape Verde, has created an unique and exquisite style that is a testament to the global influences he has embraced.

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Macka B

Dub / Reggae

Macka B was one of Britain’s most influential dancehall toasters, pushing the music back toward a Rastafarian political consciousness. His rough, gravelly vocals gave him an instantly identifiable sound, and his production — chiefly handled by Mad Professor — updated dub reggae techniques for the dancehall age, proving that the two sounds weren’t mutually exclusive.

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I Qulah Rastafari

Dub / Reggae

Labelled as the REGGAE AMBASSADOR, IQULAH continues the mission of great reggae artistes, such as Bob Marley, to bring reggae and Rasta to the four corners of the Earth.

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Kahnahkah Harmony

R & B

Singer Khanakah Harmony’s personal experiences led him to pen the song Better to Make a Life (Grass roots rhythm), which has been enjoying some steady rotation on the radio in recent times. He said the song was inspired by the birth of his son. “It’s better to make a life than to take a life.

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Nina Hagen

Pop

Nina Hagen was born on march 11 , 1955 in East-Berlin as the daughter of Holocaust -Survivor & film-script-author Hans Hagen & actress Eva-Maria Hagen.

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The Leee John Jazz Quartet

jazz

Celebrating over 35 years in the music business Leee John is best known as lead vocalist for 80s soul funk group.

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Bob Andy

Dub / Reggae

Bob Andy (born Keith Anderson) emerged as a solo star in 1966 with the smash hit “I’ve Got to Go Back Home”, a song which has become a much-loved anthem for Jamaicans. He had served his singing and songwriting apprenticeship with the legendary vocal group The Paragons, which he founded with Tyrone (Don) Evans and

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George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic

Funk

Recording both as Parliament and Funkadelic, George Clinton revolutionized R&B during the ’70s, twisting soul music into funk by adding influences from several late-’60s acid heroes: Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, and Sly Stone.

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Tap Factory

Showact

Tap Factory is a tremendously visual and highly exciting show, featuring renowned dancers and musicians from all over the world.

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