Catch this live phone-in interview with the reggae singer/rapper by Highlanda Sound as SHINEHEAD prepared to headline Atlanta’s annual Reggae Legends Week with a Saturday night performance at 595 North. While spreading the hype for his upcoming show and recanting his life-story, Shinehead also speaks his mind about Black History Month, the significance of honoring legends such as Bob Marley and Dennis Brown.
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His recording debut was in 1986 on the African Love Music independent record label with “Who The Cap Fits (Let Them Wear It)” from the album Rough & Rugged. In his early years, Jeff Buckley led his group on guitar and lent a hand with backing vocals.
His best known single was the cover version of Sting‘s “Englishman In New York“, re-titled as “Jamaican In New York” (1993). It reached #30 in the UK Singles Chart in April 1993. Thesingle featured on the Sidewalk University album.
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