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UNKNOWN GRINGO HELPS WITH BACK TO SCHOOL EXPENSES
  Dancehall artiste Unknown Gringo will be giving away schoolbags, pencils and gift vouchers for books to help parents of children beleaguered by rising book prices in a skittish economy. Young teens and children who wish to enter must sing their favourite Unknown Gringo song, cue Tank Up, and... More detail
Unknown Gringo show stopped by gunshots
Trelawny-based artiste Unknown Gringo was forced to cut his performance short over the weekend at an event called 'Flavours Thursdays' after gunshots rang out during his performance of the controversial single, 'Brawling Death'. More detail
Iyara flosses large at 'Indelible' party at...
Dancehall artiste Iyara celebrated his birthday in a champagne-flossing soiree dubbed 'Indelible' at Oneil's Place on Saturday which was attended by heavyweight dancehall and reggae acts.  More detail
Unknown Gringo embraces Baphomet, wears guard...
Dancehall artiste Unknown Gringo has embraced the 'dark side', professing an allegiance to 'Baphomet' and wearing guard rings and a lodge ring to show that he is protected by key underworld spirits. He even sports a Baphomet hairstyle with two horns signifying the goat.  More detail
Unknown Gringo believes that VROOM VROOM single...
Dancehall artiste Unknown Gringo is getting a huge buzz with his latest single, 'Vroom Vroom' , which was released on the Chase Mills Records label recently. More detail
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The Dubplates hit the Billboard Reggae charts with new album

The Dubplates hit the Billboard Reggae charts with new album Featured

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Charleston's first breakout reggae band, The Dubplates, recently released their new album Box Full of Steel. The album debuted at #4 on iTunes U.S. Top Reggae Albums this past week. The Dubplates have a huge lineup of musicians, ranging between 9 and 12 pieces and have been playing together for over 8 years. 



The success of Box Full of Steel comes much-deserved after years of providing tasty reggae jams to the lowcountry. During this time The Dubplates have worked with prominent musicians such as King Yellowman, Junior Reid, Mix Master Mike (The Beastie Boys), Future Fambo, Elephant Man, and Zumjay.

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