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kenyatta "culture" hill

kenyatta "culture" hill

Reggae / Dancehall Kingston, JM  JM
Mighty Race
Mighty Race
Same Situation
Same Situation
2 Sevens Clash
2 Sevens Clash

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Kenyatta Hill - Jah Rastafari  - Live In Toronto - Jambana 2011

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  • Farin (Artist)
    Farin
    Blessed Love Mas H Big up yourself
  • MykoMan (Artist)
    MykoMan
    "Mighty Race" is a great tune. Enjoying my listen here. Stop by my page when you can, let me know what you think. Your support is greatly appreciated. ~Mykoman
  • Carol Riggs (Fan)
    Carol Riggs
    We Love your Daddy's music and We are so HAPPY to hear His voice in you! Thank JAH for you!!!

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Manager: Pauline Hill

Bio: Kenyatta Hill’s career began the day his father’s ended. Joseph Hill, singer and songwriter for the legendary Jamaican vocal trio Culture, collapsed and died while on a 2006 tour of Europe. To the amazement of promoters, fans and critics alike, Kenyatta stepped onstage and delivered electrifying ...See Full Bio

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“Overall, it got to the point somewhere in the middle of this album where you really feel Kenyatta Hill coming into his own as an artist, but maybe he didn’t have very far to come. What I mean is that not only is there the passion that I was seeking, but there’s also a rather large bit of confidence as well and for someone who’s been singing professionally for less than five years – That just doesn’t seem very normal. Surely it helped him that, by the time of this recording (at least presumably), he would’ve had some nice experience singing these songs, but with this material, as the premise of this review would suggest, I think Hill had some help in the fact that he was singing material that he may’ve LITERALLY been born to sing and, at the very least, he’s been around for his entire life. When you size up something like that then ”Live On” definitely becomes a little less surprising although not at all less powerful. Excellent.”

— reggae.com

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  • Video Plays 1,820
  • Total Fans +1 4,991
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