When is it time to retire from music?

On today’s Reggae Lover episode, the questions are: When is it time for an artist to retire? Is there a specific time to call it quits, and how does that look? Or should we ask: How does that sound?

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In the reggae industry, it seems like musicians keep on performing until the very end of life. Artists from other genres approach retirement in different ways. We explore the possibilities and give suggestions. Of course, we include specific reggae and dancehall artists in the discussion. Please leave a comment with your feedback on the conversation.
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WHIP APPEAL’S SPRING TOP MODEL UNLIMITED PHOTOSHOOT

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TOP MODEL UNLIMITED PHOTOSHOOT Sunday April 28th

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Spragga Benz Delivers ‘Shotta Culture’

Spragga Benz is one of the greatest lyricists of all time, but we also cannot ever begin to discount the entertainment value brought forth from this prolific artist over the years.  Now in 2010, please take note of that which is to come.  Drum and bass, plus horns blended with timely, precise, thought-provoking lyrical presentation… Here is some of the latest and greatest material out of Jamaica: Shotta Culture (Official Music Video).

Stay tuned…

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Finest Delivery Volume 2 in Stores Now

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Distributed by GREENSLEEVES RECORDS, SPECIAL DELIVERY MUSIC presents the best of his current work with a few recent hits like Morgan Heritage “Have no Fear” & Althea Hewitt “If i were a boy” but also few exclusives tracks from the best Jamaican artists of the moment like Sizzla, Richie Spice, Turbulence, Lukie D, Queen Ifrica, Luciano, Mykal Rose, Kiprich, and Demarco. The album will also introduce you to few new talents from different horizons like Ziggi (Holland), Million Stylez (Sweden), Jamelody (Trinidad), Oba Simba (Jamaica). Finest deliveryThe cover is one more time inspired by a famous Jamaican Rum label to give a Caribbean flavor to this album !

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Sizzla Kalonji Acoustic Freestyle

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Sizzla, reggaeartist
Image via Wikipedia

Wicked footage of Sizzla singing along as he strums the guitar – Sweet sweet music!  Video by Drop De Bass Records also features Jazzy T of Renaissance Disco, and makes me wanna run for my Bob MarleyTalking BluesCD! (Found this while blog surfing at Condron.us. Enjoy.

SIZZLA KALONJI FREE STYLE #1 Video by DROP DI BASS RECORDS – MySpace Video.

SIZZLA KALONJI FREE STYLE #1+1 Video by DROP DI BASS RECORDS – MySpace Video.

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Mavado poised to destroy Sting 2008

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via YouTube – sting 2008 mavado

Interviewed pon the gullyside, Mavado sets the record straight, commenting on his beef with Vybz Kartel and setting the stage for Sting 2008. Big ups to yourradio105.com. Find other interesting blogs at http://www.condron.us

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