The Excyclopedia of Reggae Musicians
Part I : Dee-Jays

Researched and compiled by
Keita Maeda


My own interest in reggae music started in the beginning of 90s, trying to listen to Aswad, Maxi Priest and Shinehead. These artists were often heard on the radio and it was easy to get their records and CDs in the shops here in Tokyo. Until then Bob Marley had been the only person accepted as reggae musician in Japan, so their appearance was very exciting for me. Every summer many musicians come to Japan to appear on stage and over 50 thousand people enjoy it in Tokyo.
Here is "The Excyclopedia Of Reggae Musicians - PartI Dee-Jays", where there is hundreds of entries from old toasters to contemporary dancehall DJs.
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