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The independent side of reggae
Jamaica Observer
BEFORE major labels came knocking at the doors of dancehall artistes in the 1990s, independent companies known as ‘indies’ helped promote Jamaican music overseas. Island Records and Trojan Records, operating out of London, got the ball rolling in the

The independent side of reggae
Jamaica Observer
BEFORE major labels came knocking at the doors of dancehall artistes in the 1990s, independent companies known as 'indies' helped promote Jamaican music overseas. Island Records and Trojan Records, operating out of London, got the ball rolling in the

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