Half Pint - Live In Jamaica mp3 album
Half Pint (Jamaica) has been played over 20 times on NTS, first on 1 June 2013. Half Pint (Jamaica)'s music has been featured on 24 episodes. Half Pint (born Lindon Roberts) is a Jamaican dancehall, ragga, and reggae singer. He was born in the West Kingston enclave of Rose Lane. Live on 1. 1. Live on 2. 2. Next on . Expand.
Album · 2005 · 18 Songs. 3. Money Problems (Live).
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Half Pint (né Lindon Andrew Roberts) is one of the most famous, gracious, and conscious of the cadre of iconic reggae singers in the world. Now, there is a man named Norman Stolzoff who wrote a book about dancehall culture in Jamaica published by Duke University Press in 2000; it’s called Wake the Town and Tell the People. In the book, Stolzoff writes, Frequently DJs just getting started in the business take on names that make reference to their musical fathers (so to speak).
Half Pint was nominated and awarded the Producer’s Respect Award at the 26th International Reggae and World Music Awards held in New York City at the Apollo Theater on 5 May 2007. Half Pint headlined at the Jamaica 360 festival in Ocho Rios, Jamaica in May, and a return performance at the 15th Annual Reggae Sumfest in Montego Bay, Jamaica in July. He also released No Stress Express that year. Sublime’s 1996 hit, What I Got, was based on the chorus of Half Pint’s track Loving. In 2012, Half Pint toured the United States with Slightly Stoopid on their ‘Unity’ tour. Popular Half Pint songs.
Just better He released Money Man Skank, recorded in the early 1980s by King Jammy, which possessed energy, ebullience and style that epitomised the dancehall feel. Half Pint's track "Giving/Sharing" was featured on the soundtrack album for the film, The Mighty Quinn (1989). His music has also been used on the films Substitute 2 (1998), and the French comedy Mookie (1998). In 1998, Half Pint was signed with the BMG Music Publishing Company. Despite being noticeably absent from the recording studios for most of this decade, Half Pint enjoyed relative success with Legal We Legal (his first studio album within a ten-year period).
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