REGGAE RECIPE with the EGGMAN

REGGAE RECIPE with the EGGMAN The EggMan is a internet radio pioneer was one of the first Live internet radio Stations in the world back in 1992..The Music I play and research is pretty deep Rastafarian Dancehall Foundation, Dub, California all aspects of Reggae from around the planet .. Coming from the so called mainstream Music/Talk/News industry affords me access that allot of Reggae tunes and Bands just cant get.. I consider myself a sort of anti-theist conservative. I do practice a combo of Buddhism and Rastafarianism and I rely on meditation to clear out all the chattering Squirrels. I don't speak in a fake radio voice or Patios and you wont hear any bullhorns, just the best Reggae Music from around the world ....... EGGMAN RONNIE JAMES

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REGGAE RECIPE with the EGGMAN GRAMMY EVE SHOW

Updated 2 months ago.

EGGMAN plays 2020 Grammy nominated songs and responds to people in the reggae bizz saying that a white conservative cant play Reggae and that the Eggman should choose one or the other... The 62nd GRAMMY Awards are right around the corner, airing Jan. 26 on CBS,
>KOFFEE - RAPTURE [Columbia Records]
> JULIAN MARLEY - AS I AM [Ghetto Youth International]
>SLY & ROBBIE VS. ROOTS RADICS - THE FINAL BATTLE [Serious Reggae]
>STEEL PULSE - MASS MANIPULATION [Rootfire Cooperative]
>THIRD WORLD - MORE WORK TO BE DONE [Ghetto Youth International]


NOMINATION FACTS
Koffee's first nomination with her debut EP Rapture.
Koffee is the fifth female nomination ever! Judy Mowatt (1986),
Rita Marley (1992), Sister Carol (1997) and Etana (2019) were
nominated, but didn't win.
The Final Battle features Lee Scratch Perry, Ken Boothe, Horace
Andy, Mykal Rose, Mighty Diamonds, Luciano, Toots Hibbert, Max Romeo,
Pablo Moses, Freddie McGregor, The Congos and Brinsley Forde.
Third World never won a Grammy, but got nominated 7 times from
1998 - 2006.
Third World's album More Work To Be Done is produced by Damian
Marley.
7th nomination for Steel Pulse. Babylon The Bandit won in 1987.
Julian Marley was nominated in 2010, but his brother Stephen won.
Ziggy Marley holds the record for the most Best Reggae Album wins:
7!

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