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Thread: The Jamaican Songs they didn't tell you about in Grade school or u never heard !

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    To continue the Bolt Celebrations.....

    When the Historians look back at Jamaica’s blueprint regarding music and wonder, how did they do it....


    From Folk.........................to Dancehall



    to the Creators of EDM :


    Jamaica Reporter: Massive News, Billboard Declare Little Jamaica the Created of EDM



    Dubplates


    The Sound System


    The Sound Clash



    The “ Riddims “


    Toasting( rappin)


    Ska Teck

    ETC.....

    They will have to Big Us Up for a small Nation......



    She came out of her comfort zone, Gospel music to delivery one of if not the best Soca performance for Bolt and JA...you can feel the Love and the versatility of Greatness :
    this was a massive hit when they played it at Jamaica Carnival 2009.....i love her styles & movement.




    Shelly Ann Watsons


    Rhythm Up :



    To The Worl..........






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    The Next Superstar out of Kingston Jamaica was born Ready..Kenne Blessin...he was gifted with a voice to sing from God.....

    He started in a band in Kingston by the name “ Lions Den”......

    fair to say, my assumptions, in the early ‘90s , DanceHall took over JA, Shabba era...., then the ################ery Vybz Kartel Generation....so there was no place for a singer in JA, or little to no work......he migrated to Antigua.... the land of the Best Soca Band in the Business.....Burning Flames, don’t let them tell you otherwise......


    Antigua groomed him and showed him what soca was all about....respect to Antigua for that.....


    The man came out of the Gate with one of, if not the Biggest Groovy Soca song .....MY Love will never die



    https://www.vevo.com/artist/kenne-blessin













    Rhythm Up



    Da Bahn - My love will never die[/SIZE]



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    In 2017......on the Biggest Riddim.....them Bias DJs didn't play his tune, like as of if only one or two Islands carry this thing...#Fakenews, ......but now you know :


    Kenne Blessin - Falling "2017 Soca


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    Kenne Blessin



    Kenne Blessin: LET IT GO (HEARTS)





    Watchin Over Us-Kenne Blessin


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    " A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots."


    Marcus Garvey







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    Another Big time Superstar Singer.............

    Wayne " Bud " Ramsey


    Born in Jamaica, Bud first sang as a boy in the church choir. Bud comes from a musical family and from early on, he would watch and learn from his parents when they often delighted audiences with their vocal renditions of many types of tunes. Upon moving to New York in his early teen years, Bud was always singing when hanging with his friends who encouraged him to sing at his graduation ceremony. In high school, he joined the Wingate High School choir where he was nourished on a rich diet of many styles of music, such as Gospel and R&B, to name a few. Bud was so impassioned with music that he spent most of his time in the music room at school, and when not in the music room, studying his craft and appearing in every talent show that he could find. It is no surprise that Bud Ramsay won numerous awards such as "Best Male Voice and Best Performance" (several times), and was officially honored by New York City for “Excellence In Music”.




    But The Big Big Tune.... # 1 One the Big Charts that took Bud to Int'l Stardom " Mah Ah Bad Man "



    With his tune, "Man Ah Bad Man" Wayne “Bud” Ramsay single-handedly created a new trend in Soca music. "Man Ah Bad Man" is a soul driven ballad that appeals to men with its humble yet masculine message, while melting women with its melodic romantic overtones. Bud’s "Man Ah Bad Man" quickly shot to the top of the 1998 Caribbean charts and he has since been in high demand for international appearances. His natural ability to bestow his audiences with heartfelt feelings, and Bud’s truly unique interpretive phrasing are incomparable. Before long he performed with every major Soca act including Machel Montano and Iwer George, the two people he credits most with teaching him what Soca culture is all about.
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    Thumbs up

    When we talk about Top A Toppa Vocals in the Game, we have to call his name in the top Three.


    Bud



    From one of the first original Groovy Riddims ( Couldn't Believe) the man delivered a Master piece of work that set the Bar for Groovy tracks.....

    Bud Ramsey - Take A Wine (Couldn't Believe Riddim)

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    BUD RAMSAY - Lower Than That


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    Massive tune them Bias & so call Celebrity DJs held from you....don't worry, I got you, on to those MFers

    Big-up to all the local DJs pushing the local tracks and artists.





    Randy Isaac told us it I was " Priceless " ......


    Bud said it was Forever !



    Bud Ramsay ft Izi - Forever - Accordion Riddim



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    Another Big time Superstar Singer.............



    Romain Virgo


    When we Talk bout Top A Toppas singers.....we have to call on the Yutes from the Ghettos of Jamaica that set Trends World Wide ! ...



    He first capture the " Digicel Rising Stars competition in 2007".....the youngest contestant do do so at 17, top prize at the competition, a recording contract .....


    Just to put things in perspective for you, other past winners were :

    Eric Donaldson ( Bob Marley came 2nd to him)


    YellowMan


    Beenieman


    Nadine Sutherland


    TOK


    Papa San


    Christopher Martin


    The list goes on and on .........







    Just so you understand....When Yardies say, They Set The Treands......Before American Idol...we did it...we Buss it !


    Don't let them fool or Trick you thinking......wait, Jamaica.....

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    Thumbs up

    You Know his Big Tunes..." Can't Sleep " " Who feel it, knows it" !




    this is one of numerous soca track.....

    He Bless up the Soca fraternity with :


    Romain Virgo - She Want More


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    Quote Originally Posted by socapineman View Post
    You Know his Big Tunes..." Can't Sleep " " Who feel it, knows it" !




    His one of numerous soca track.....

    He Bless up the Soca fraternity with :


    Romain Virgo - She Want More

    LOL

    ''Grenada soca riddim''

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    Thumbs up

    We still far away from the Top Guns from Yard ! Reppin for the Soca Fraternity ......let me give some spotlight to some of the females :


    When we talk about Singers, Top A Toppa females from yard that have made a contribution to the Soca Fraternity too.....she is a Top Vocalist


    You Know the Big Tunes.....Action, It is a Pity, etc.....


    Tanya Stephens





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    Another top Vocalist from Yard....

    Pam Hall




    Good Man is necessary




    Lovindeer on the toasting part.....like i said, the man been doing Ragga Soca before they had a name for it.....so don't let these simpleton trick you with endless Post bout they invented it.....yeah, when they had a name for it...yes you did !

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    Natalie Storm

    Well, unless you a hardcore Dancehall fan, sure you don't know the name.....but she is the real deal, gave us : “Look Pon Me” from Tivoli to Trelawny


    She Bless up the Ting with :


    NATALIE STORM - NUH WATCH WE


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