Saturday, May 3, 2008



WWW, May 2008 - In his own particular mix of chanting and singing, Jamaican vocalist Gravinchi speaks his heart while riding a contemporary relaxed riddim.

Jamaica has more talented artists per square meter than any other place on the earth, at least so it seems. Especially for us, who love Reggae Music!

Of course, the attention of the mainstream music media and thing do their best to ignore Jamaica and Jamaican Music, at least so it seems. Especially for us, who love Reggae Music!

Take Gravinchi's "Cry for Me". A professional video by Jamaican producer Wayne Benjamin adds the right sight to the crucial sounds!


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