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“Deejay duo Michigan and Smiley enjoyed phenomenal success in the '70s and '80s. They were among the first male duos to hit the scene and instantly made a hit of themselves with their quirky style. Papa Michigan (Anthony Fairclough) and General Smiley (Errol Bennett) started out in the late '70s while still in school, scoring immediately with Rub a Dub Style and Nice up the Dance, two ubiquitous songs on the dancehall circuit. One Love Jam Down became a popular anthem and 1982's Diseases established them as major stars, especially at the annual Reggae Sunsplash festivals. However, they have not performed together for a while and The Sunday Gleaner caught up with the magical duo to see what has been keeping them away from the dancehall scene. Read more at http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20071118/ent/ent3.html”
“YEGDJ, continues to improve upon every previous performance, and his well thought out approach has helped sets become a much anticipated draw - Reggaemovement.com”
“SGT. Remo "Nights for Brotherhood Don Martin's Brotherhood Sound throws the best dancehall party in three states. "— John Hult, Alibi”
"STEP FAST is a fiery debut release from rising reggae artist Mister Kali. Recorded and mixed at Ceremony Studios in Santa Fe, NM, the album draws on various soundcapes. From it's opening on "Psalm One", it is obvious that this album is not a play thing. A champion for all oppressed, Mister Kali has always lifted the cause of the Native American & with the help of production from Mystic Vision "I Coulda Neva Be" kills all inequity and colonial ideals. The lead single off the album "Don't Panic" is truly a call to arms for all Rastaman and all conscious minded individuals. Kali is joined by Andres "Draezey" Estrada of Mystic Vision on the upfull "Love Is My Armor", reminding us all that no matter how ill it is in Babylon, Jah love still rules. "— DJ Vision aka Zen Ken, Lions Dem Unlimited Sound