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Bashment Wednesdays at Local 121, Providence RI

Local 121 Bashment Sounds

Bashment Wednesdays at Local 121, with Jah Dan in the building, during Bashment Sounds
Reggae De Mayo 2010 with Silent Assassin, Baby Matt, Blade Mon.

Bashment Wednesdays every Wednesday at Local 121, 121 Washington Street, Providence, RI.

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420 International Crew

420 International performs at the May 1st Rally at the State House in Providence, RI

Jauz EverLiving King Freestyle 2009

“TOGETHER” by 420 crew ft. Jauz Everliving King, Jah Fury

Break Free Promo -- PHENOM

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RAS Benjamin | Live @ The Rhino Bar 4.28.10

Newport’s RAS Benjamin performs “Only Time Shall Tell” at rhymeCulture | Rhino Bar 4.28.10

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JAH LEVI and The Higher Reasoning – “Inner Babylon”

Originally from Philadelphia, JAH LEVI, the son of record producer and world renown folklorist Kenneth S. Goldstein, first learned guitar from the late Rev. Gary Davis in the 1960′s, and later learned bass guitar as his “main” instrument. JAH LEVI AND THE HIGHER REASONING, are world class musicians who are versatile enough to spontaneously perform all genres of music.

JAH LEVI is an ordained bishop of the Essene church, a minister of the soga del alma church of Peru and a card carrying member of the Native American church. He is the founder of THE HEALING LIGHT ALTERNATIVE MEDICAL PRACTICE in the Netherlands, and practices a unique form of ceremonial shamanism and healing work with plant medicines. He is known worldwide as an adept facilitator of transformation and healing. He has influenced a whole generation of musicians, and many inspired and successful bands were born from musical and spiritual seeds planted in the hearts of many though his music. His moving performances have become milestones in the lives of those who experience him in concert.

www.jahlevi.com

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Ini Kamoze – World a Reggae

Cecil Campbell (born October 9, 1957), better known by his stage name Ini Kamoze (pronounced /ˈaɪmi kəˈmoʊzi/) is a Jamaican reggae  singer. He is best known for his signature song, “Here Comes the Hotstepper,” which was released in 1994, and subsequently topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also reached number one in Australia and New Zealand, and number four in the UK Singles Charts.

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Jah Mason Videos

Jah Mason is a woefully overlooked DJ/singer who deserves much more notoriety than he currently commands.  You may have heard his guest performances on Jah Cure‘s first two albums (on “Working So Hard” and “Run Come Love Me”), but chances are you didn’t know that he’s released three albums of his own so far.

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