Toppa Top 10: Top 10 Jamaican Country Tunes

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August 30, 2011

7. J.C. Lodge, “Someone Loves You Honey” (Charley Pride)

Before she was engaging in “Telephone Love,” British-born, Jamaica-raised June C. Lodge’s first single, from 1982, was a version of Black country singer Charley Pride’s “Someone Loves You Honey” also featuring producer/singer George Nooks, back when he was a deejay going by the name Prince Mohammed. Lodge later released the self-explanatory Reggae Country and Reggae Country 2 albums in 2002 and 2003, respectively.