Prince Jazzbo - Give Praises mp3 album
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Album · 2011 · 14 Songs.
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Real Name: Linval Roy Carter. Profile: Linval Roy Carter (3 September 1951–11 September 2013), better known as Prince Jazzbo, was a Jamaican reggae and dancehall deejay and producer and owner of Count . 3, Mr. Funny, Brisco and Ujama. Aliases: Emperor D. Johnny Kool (2), Linval Carter. Variations: Viewing All Prince Jazzbo.
Listen to music from Prince Jazzbo like Ital Corner, The Wormer & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Prince Jazzbo. Born in Clarendon, Jamaica, Carter began recording with Coxsone Dodd's Studio One label in the early 1970s under the name Prince Jazzbo. He went on to work on his own releases with Bunny Lee, producing as well in collaboration with many artists as a vocalist and producer for labels including his own, Ujama.
In the late '70s, the rest of the world discovered Jamaican DJs. This led to a lot of recording sessions - maybe too many.
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