Big reggae fans?

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  1. wbarc

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    and im not saying just bob marley:)bowdown: )
     
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    ive been trying to get into more reggae. ive been a bob fan for years but recently been listening to sizzla, culture, and matisyahu and am looking for more stuff.
     
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    cool, just picked up sizzla - the story unfolds, really like it. You should listen to turbulence, very good (similar style to Sizzla). If you like more of the contemporary hiphop reggae there is Damian Marley - Welcome to Jamrock.
     
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    do you like old or new reggae?
     
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    Burning Spear, Jimmy Cliff, Steel Pulse, 3rd World, Yellowman, exc....
     
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    Yeah I am liking the new Damian Marley cd also :)
     
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    im not a huge fan of welcome to jamrock. ive heard it a few times and it just didnt fit my tastes
     
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    yeah its very modern. the rest of the cd is not like "welcome to jamrock". You should give the rest of it a listen.
     
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    by modern i mean its really influenced by hip hop. sorry.
     
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    cool i def will
     

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