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Is Mr. Vegas right?

Is Mr. Vegas right? Featured

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  Dancehall insiders believe that Mr. Vegas' statements regarding the treatment of dancehall in North America is actually on point. 

 

"I've been doing this for 19 years, and I've seen that whenever we have a hit record, it is played in New York, Hartford, and sometimes Florida because other radio stations are saying they do not play reggae/dancehall music. Now that dancehall is being played on mainstream radio and going number one on the Billboard chart, I'm calling it out," he said. "How comes when we take our music to your radio stations you can't play it, but you're playing Justin Beiber reggae. That's all I'm saying."

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