Reggae is for the children

Research shows that children who listen to reggae and classical music are more likely to become open-minded.  We examine these findings.

 

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Main Segment:

New Study finds Children Who Listen To Reggae Grow to be More Open-Minded as Adults.  Exposure to different genres during youth leads to a more diverse palette. Children who attend live music gigs early in life are more open to new activities and seek out live music events later on.  Why reggae is so great.  Sharing childhood experiences with music.

 

“Just Can’t Deny” Bunny Rugs of Third World

Produced by Dean Fraser, “Just Can’t Deny” is a powerful lovers rock song that proves Bunny Rugs of Third World has one of the richest voices in Reggae music.  The single is a soulful and emotional journey topped off with a robust riddim.

In Time Album Cover

Bunny Rugs ‘Time’ Album Cover

“There’s no sense in running
I just can’t get away
Cause there’s no escape from love” … JUST CAN’T DENY

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