However, the often antagonistic Internet sensation shockingly chose to take responsibility for the videos rather than defend himself.On Tuesday, Starr took to You Tube to apologize to anyone he may have offended.Glen Washington – “All The Love” featuring Jhaytea Raw, husky vocals have placed Glen Washington in the upper echelon of Jamaican lovers reggae singers.
A group of professional bank robbers start to feel the heat from police when they unknowingly leave a clue at their latest heist, while both sides attempt to find balance between their personal and their professional lives.On “Reggae Feeling”, Sudan’s very own Dynamq conjures up that wonderful period of ‘when dance was nice’. Natural Black – “Forgiveness” A native of Guyana, Natural Black built a reputation for himself after moving to Jamaica and becoming once of the leading cultural voices of the new millennium.Whether for love or for personal reasons, “Forgiveness” is a timeless tune sung in a hard to resist style. Bill Blast – “Long Story” Jamaican culture is an oral culture and spoken word as well as dub poetry have always been important to Jamaican popular music. Cocoa Tea – “Dem Start The War Again” A voice sweet as honey and always with his finger on the pulse of social commentary, Cocoa Tea is an all-rounder as they say ‘back a yard’ in Jamaica.Beneath the pimp-like image that he puts on stage, comedian Katt Williams is a family man, a loving father of eight children.Born in Cincinnati, Ohio and raised in Dayton, Katt Williams was raised in a socially and politically charged family.