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Words by Jesse Serwer— We've always got an open ear to lend new music from Mykal Rose. Anyone who tells you Rose isn't one of reggae's greatest vocalists is buggin', and his voice hasn't lost any of its ... Read More...
Words by Jesse Serwer— As our original Fake Reggae Toppa Top 10—featuring the likes of Ras Trent, Mr. Ugly Man and Eddie Murphy's "Kill the White People"—made abundantly clear, there's been no shortage... Read More...
Words by Jesse Serwer, via Broward-Palm Beach New Times Back in March, I interviewed Mykal Rose for the Broward Palm Beach New Times, while he was in Florida for Fort Lauderdale's Icons of Reggae conce... Read More...