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  • Singer: Michael Paul
  • Album: Reggae Music
  • MP3: 1861 mb | FLAC: 1461 mb
  • Style: Funk
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Michael Paul  - Reggae Music mp3 flac

Michael Paul (3) ‎– Reggae Music. Label: Revolver Records (5) ‎– JBF 1933. wow this is dance music at it's best! Can't wait for more! Itopia Peace. Reply Notify me Helpful.

Excellent late 80’s (presumably) gem produced by little known Michael Paul. This song was recorded at Revolver Record. oordinator – Comrad Conrad. Producer – Bob Cranshaw. Written-By – Michael Paul. Reggae Music (Vocal). Reggae Music (Instrumental). . 0 – Enjoy Checkout.

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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Michael Paul - Reggae Music. Photo of Michael Paul - Reggae Music. Genre is Electronic Reggae Funk, Soul. This album was released on the label Revolver Records (5) (catalog number JBF 1933).

The Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album is an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for quality works in the reggae music genre.

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Reggae is a music unique to Jamiaca, but it ironically has its roots in New Orleans R&B. Reggae's direct forefather is ska, an uptempo, rhythmic variation based on the New Orleans R&B Jamaican musicians heard broadcast from the US on their transistor radios. Relying on skittering guitar and syncopated rhythms, ska was their interpretation of R&B and it was quite popular in the early '60s. However, during one very hot summer, it was too hot to either play or dance to ska, so the beat was slowed down and reggae was born