Did Late Reggae Icon Fight Against Jamaican Govt?

The son of renowned reggae superstar Peter Tosh gives insight on the mysteries surrounding his father's death as well as the recent award he was given by the Jamaican government.

Jawara McIntosh

  • Zimbabwe:   Christian Reggae Preaches Word of God

    The Herald, 8 November 2011

    Reggae music originated in Jamaica in the late 1960s and has since gained popularity with such artistes as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, Burning Spear, Jimmy Cliff, Lucky… Read more »

  • Nigeria:   Reggae Music is Revolutionary

    Leadership, 16 September 2012

    Since time immemorial, there have been complaints that people go into reggae because it is an avenue for one to champion his cause, but the truth is that reggae musicians have not… Read more »

  • Zambia:   Peter Tosh Memorial Concert on Tomorrow

    Times of Zambia, 9 September 2011

    BLACK, Yellow, red and green, as jah colours will tomorrow characterize most out-fits of the dreadlocked family who will be leading to the Mundawanga Botanical Gardens to… Read more »

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