2/5/16

Hel-l-o

Jamaicans are very much the Copykats when it comes to mainstream Music and as a new hit drops in America, within days we have a Reggae version cut and ready. The same is true for the Fantabulous hit song "Hello" by Adele. We all Love this song because it takes us back to a time when we were "young & free" and there have been several versions made of this song. I Love Adele's music and Love this version by Fiona:

Fiona Robinson: Born in Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Robinson was hailed as following in the footsteps of Marcia Griffiths, Judy Mowatt and Pam Hall. She initially found success when she earned three nominations at the 1998 Tamika Reggae Awards in the New Artist Of The Year category.

Here is another Reggae version of Hello:
Alaine Laughton: known by her first name, is a Jamaican American reggae singer and songwriter. She was born in New Jersey, but moved to Jamaica at the age of three.

What we Caribbean people love in our music is the synchronized beats of Reggae genre. These Ladies are tearing up the music scene in the Caribbean community. Listen and tell me what you think.

"Imitation is the Sincerest form of Flattery". . Charles Caleb Colton

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