>>> (1.) - Highsmilehifi - In stores now! Brand new 7 - Posted by: HighSmileHiFi at: 18-12-14 15:22 <<< - >>> (2.) - King Size Sound - finally a real website for our sound - - Posted by: UESU at: 23-09-14 16:41 <<< - >>> (3.) - Kulturattäntat - Das neue Album kommt! Ab 12.10.14 auf Cede.ch und ITunes! TAGTROUM - Posted by: Lakuz at: 06-09-14 14:19 <<< - >>> (4.) - Reggae.ch come with new things … make Reggae.ch Alive again! - Posted by: Megabass at: 01-09-14 10:49 <<< - >>> (5.) - Stepaz Sound - --free entry-- Dj Scratchy ls. Stepaz Sound @ Langstars Bar - 06.12.13 - Posted by: Kuvi at: 02-12-13 10:05 <<< - >>> (6.) - Kulturattäntat - Am 10. Dezember startet unsere Wemakeit Kampagne - Posted by: Lakuz at: 29-11-13 10:34 <<< - >>> (7.) - Stepaz Sound - We Run It @ Stall 6 - Ruff Pack Intl ls. Stepaz Sound - Posted by: Kuvi at: 27-11-13 22:02 <<< - >>> (8.) - Stepaz Sound - Stepaz Sound: Sam - Lukee - Smudge - Posted by: Kuvi at: 26-11-13 16:32 <<< - >>> (9.) - Uppressors Sound - New Mixtape 4 Free auf - Posted by: Selecta Iray at: 05-09-13 19:50 <<< - >>> (10.) - Bondaa Und Sille - NEUES MIXTAPE VON SILLE: - Posted by: Selecta Iray at: 05-09-13 19:47 <<< -  
  Stay Connected
Reggae.ch Radio Show Mondays 10pm
01 September 14
We gonna make a weekly Radio show with music, interviews and more! Every Monday 10pm Swiss Time on www.responsart.com
FAMARA back with new album KARIBU
08 March 14
Famara is back with the 9th album name KARIBU meaning WELCOME. Famara founder and Leader Thomas Nikles is one of the pioneers and most active Swiss Reggae Artist.
Booost album Booost
05 November 13
15 legendary hit-tracks (from Michael Jackson, Pink Floyd to Led Zeppelin) in Reggae. The ex-musician of Moonraisers produced and recorded by P. Brunkow at Damp Studio release their first album.
Fusion Square Garden Album V
28 October 13
Back after 5 years with a new album V. The 12 track album was inaugurated in Mühle Hunziken on 19. october and the band plan to bring their music back on stage!
Positiv Band album Never Know
27 October 13
Recorded between Geneva, Paris and Kingston, this album is an explosive melting pot of roots, reggae, jazz and rock. Featuring the Faya Horns and the legendary drummer Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace !
Who was Daddigon?
17 March 06
He received notable mention in recent songs by some of Jamaica's top artistes...
THE NAME 'DADDIGON' has received notable mention in recent songs performed by some of Jamaica's top international artistes like Sean Paul and Junior Gong. However, very little is known about who this individual actually was.

Daddigon, whose real name was Gabra Lambert, was well respected among his fellow musicians and friends for his conscious impact on dancehall music. Some say this was as a result of him being raised by the Twelve Tribes of Israel, a Rastafarian sect.

Sean Paul paid tribute to Daddigon in his song, Never Gonna Be The Same. Daddygon was apparently a fellow Dutty Cup crewmate who was murdered.

'Wish I could prevent all these end of times And bring back Daddigon a great brethren of mine I, sit an remember all the things that we spoke of All a di secret tings an all di tings we made joke of Still can't believe they took your life away But those who pull the trigger cannot take away

The covenant the righteous have with Jah Jah. So I know I'll see you again my brodda'.

Kid Kurrup, another member of the Dutty Cup Crew which also includes Sean Paul, Mossy Kid, Lugaman, and Chicken, says Daddigon was more than just a crew-member and fellow artiste.

'Is a friend, outside of being an artiste an di whole togetherness of doing music. He taught us righteousness weh spread to me an Sean. Even though him not here in flesh, spiritually and physically him still deh yah. Words can't explain, him show wi nuff ropes, mek wi guh tru di garrisons and show wi how di youts dem operate, him a di 'dutty' inna dutty cup. He was basically the one who started it (The Dutty Cup Crew),' Kid Kurrup said.

Kurrup added, 'it's unfortunate that the world never got to see his musical side.'

Racquel Reynolds, who managed Daddigon's career for three years described him as 'a natural inspiration, a real ghetto yout whose music evoked a consciousness in the people around him.'

Daddigon emerged in the late 80's, with his first single, Who's Gonna Help Me Light The Chalwa and later People Need To Respect Life. He also collaborated with TOK on In Your Eyes and Damion 'Junior Gong' Marley.

Junior Gong collaborated with Daddigon while he was working on the Ghetto Youths Tuff Gong Label on Give Them Some Way (2001). The song appeared on Gong's album Half-Way Tree that same year.

Daddigon's death was said to be a case of mistaken identity. According to Reynolds 'he was in a bar when gunmen came in and opened fire killing him, his chain was stolen, but later returned to his brother, saying it was the wrong person and they were sorry.'

A posthumous album is scheduled for release under the Fifth Element Label and will be called 'Black Bloodline', a name that Daddigon wanted.
Posted by: Hacki
LINK: www.jamaica-star.com/thestar/20060316/ent/ent1....
Reggae.ch is your page!
Promotion is free for all swiss reggae Releases!

Please write us to editor(at)reggae.ch
04 October 13 Posted by: Reggae.ch Crew

HOME | NEWS | 131
REGGAE.CH, Burggraben 27, CH-9004 St. Gallen
mmPHP CS 3.2 BETA/ 02.06 a product of megabass-prod.com ©2015
Page loaded in 1.17 sec.