Music festival features performances from reggae and dancehall stars, including Maxi Priest, Inner Circle, Brigadier Jerry, and Akae Beka
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Maxi Priest: this British singer’s blend of reggae and R&B vaulted him to the top of the charts in 1990 with “Close to You” and the Roberta Flack duet “Set the Night to Music,” yet reggae fans might know him best from “That Girl,” his duet with Shaggy
Inner Circle: fusing reggae with pop, rock, and soul since 1968, this Kingston group is perhaps best known for the single, “Bad Boys,” which became the theme to Cops
Brigadier Jerry: this Kingston native became a legend of the dancehall scene for his improvisational lyrics, which set the standards for speed and fluidity for the next generation of rapping dancehall DJs
Akae Beka (Vaughan Benjamin): Hailing from the Virgin Islands and featured in the 2014 documentary film Escape To St. Croix, Benjamin is best known as an original member of the group Midnite, whose soulful”chant and call” style evokes a strong Rastafarian feel.