Albums radio missed out on

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

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Richie Spice - Soothing Sounds

Arguably the best album recorded in Jamaica in 2012. The singer delivers big time on this acoustic set, co-produced by guitarist Mitchum 'Khan' Chin.

Pentateuch - Genesis

Another of the bands pouring from the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, the quintet throws down 14 original songs one-drop style. Produced by Paul 'Computer Paul' Henton.

Yasus Afari - Ancient Future

Always probing, the poet addresses various social issues with a fusion of roots, dancehall and rap.

Artistes to watch in 2013

Etana: Her highlyanticipated album, Better Tomorrow, is expected to drop in February.

Pressure: Big things are in store for the US Virgin Islands singer, who made a mark three years ago with Love and Affection.

Popcaan: With a longawaited album the artiste could breathe new life into ailing dancehall.





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