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Dancehall Queens, House Of Leo, Kingston Jamaica, Circa 1993. #JamaicaDancehall Photo © Wayne Tippetts

Dancehall Queens, House Of Leo, Kingston Jamaica, Circa Photo © Wayne Tippetts

Jamaica People, Kingston Jamaica, Major Lazer, Dance Photos, Throwback Thursday, Affirmation, Brown Sugar, Ska, Black History

*Bob Marley* Jamaica, his cradle, his home island, his yard, and the birthplace of reggae.    More fantastic pictures and videos of *Bob Marley* on: https://de.pinterest.com/ReggaeHeart/

*Bob Marley* Jamaica, his cradle, his home island, his yard, and the birthplace…

Ragga Girls Dancing at City Vibes Ragga Night Club, London, UK 1993. Photo ©Wayne Tippetts

Ragga Girls Dancing at City Vibes Ragga Night Club, London, UK 1993. Photo ©Wayne Tippetts

Dancehall Session, House Of leo, Kingston Jamaica, 1994. #JamaicaDancehall Photo © Wayne Tippetts

Dancehall Session, House Of leo, Kingston Jamaica, Photo © Wayne Tippetts

Kingston – Stone Love. Photo © Wayne Tippetts Jamaica Dancehall.

Kingston – Stone Love. Photo © Wayne Tippetts Jamaica Dancehall.

I was surprised to find that a great number of famous faces are of Cuban descent, and being that you and I both know you want to know who these faces include, here they are!

Did You Know!? 9 Our Favorite Celebs of Cuban Descent (And Some Surprises!)

In Honour of Bob Marley’s Birthday, the Story of My Surprise Interview with his wife Rita Marley

Canadian photographer Beth Lesser spent the 1980s immersed in Jamaican dancehall culture. Her images of the DJs, MCs and promoters from this pivotal musical period can be seen at London’s KK Outlet until 30 January

The early days of Jamaican dancehall – in pictures

Canadian photographer Beth Lesser spent the immersed in Jamaican dancehall culture. Her images of the DJs, MCs and promoters from this pivotal musical period can be seen at London’s KK Outlet until 30 January

Found on Google from kingstonstyle.com

Found on Google from kingstonstyle.com

"The culture is fluid in the sense that it moves back and forth from Jamaica to England, to Japan and NYC. When Jamaicans see the new trends and gestures, they manipulate it according to their means. As a culture, it is continuously being affected by hip-hop, drum’n’bass, reggae and house music. Whenever you go to Jamaica, you can hear how it changes the lingo, how people talk about fashion, clothing and how people communicate in general." ~Radcliffe Roye, on Dancehall culture.

ARC Magazine is a Caribbean art and culture magazine dedicated to highlighting contemporary visual art and the dialogues that exists between emerging and established artists.

Jamaica Passa Passa  Photo Radcliffe Roye

Ruddy Roye: Photography as Voice for the Voiceless Radcliffe Roye (Ruddy to his friends) is inspired by, as he puts it, “the raw and gritty lives of grassroots people.

December 2013. Kingston, Jamaica. Stone Love Wednesday night ‘Weddy Weddy’ Dancehall session. Photo: Wayne Tippetts

December 2013. Kingston, Jamaica. Stone Love Wednesday night ‘Weddy Weddy’ Dancehall session. Photo: Wayne Tippetts

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