Reggae icon Frederick ‘Toots’ Hibbert would have celebrated his 79th birthday on Wednesday, December 8. In celebration of this celebration, the Jamaica Cultural Growth Commission, an company of the Ministry of Society, Gender, Enjoyment and Activity, hosted a floral tribute at his resting position at the Countrywide Heroes Park in Kingston.

Minister of Culture, Gender, Leisure and Activity Olivia Grange laid the tribute and gave remarks in remembrance of the late reggae icon. Representing the family members was his granddaughter Cressida Rattigan, the vice-president of Toots Basis and the co-executor of his estate, who, last year, launched balloons at the

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The household of late reggae icon Toots Hibbert claims they have nothing to do with the cancellation of what is getting referred to as “a purported tribute concert” scheduled to consider spot in London at the Spherical Residence on September 4.

“It has been described in the media that the purported tribute show, which would have highlighted Hibbert’s former backing band together with many global audio stars, was cancelled mainly because of a cease-and-desist order from his estate. Even so, his daughter Leba Hibbert, vice-president of the Toots Hibbert Basis, says this is not legitimate, this was as a consequence

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An electrifying roster of musical talent lit up the gardens of The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Sunday, for The Lions Club of Kingston’s twelfth annual XII Musical Delights. Supported by Bare Essentials, reggae-rocksteady-ska band, Althea Hewitt, Leroy Sibbles, Rojah, Errol Lee and Luciano remodeled the tiny phase into a worldwide songs platform.

There have been lyrical tributes to recording artistes ranging from the era of outdated-university funk and pop to R&B and reggae.

New music is all about the groove, not only the genre reminded Hewitt as she seized the microphone.

The woman vocalist dominated the phase, offering lines like

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