Sunday, March 17, 2013

Reggae Needs a New Face of a Superstar to Inspire and Motivate

The recent school boys and girls athletic championship held at the National Stadium in Kingston Jamaica during the week of March 14-16, 2013, saw an historic thirty (30) records broken in the annual track and field event.  An absolutely amazing and astonishing accomplishment by these young high school students all of whom have no doubt been inspired by Jamaica's male and female World Olympic Sprint Champions, Usain Bolt, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Johan Blake, Veronica Campbell, Osafa Powell and the other outstanding and elaborate athletic performances at the last two world championships. This development typically describes one artiste view of what the industry of Reggae music needs.  

Tafari's recent analysis of why Reggae music is uninspiring in an article published on this website, is an expression of his personal opinion regarding the present status of the Reggae music industry.  Stating that both, Sean Paul and Shaggy are the Bob Marleys of his generation," and citing that both have, "surpassed normal" in their music careers, clearly outlines the point that both artistes are deserving of Reggae Superstar accolades in their own rights. 

Had it been that Sean Paul and Shaggy's success were not somehow suppressed then more Jamaican Reggae and Dancehall artistes would have been inspired and/or motivated to reach for the stars.  To read this article click here