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Wake Up Jamaica

Francesc and Josep founded Wake Up Jamaica in 2018. United by their passion for Jamaican oldies, they agreed there was a lack of original Jamaican sounds in Barcelona's reggae scene, therefore decided to do something about it.

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Sticko Zaza

My DJ career spans from the late 70s. I am a founding member of the infamous Galaxy Soul Shuttle sound system, the original underground, warehouse & house party specialist

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JK47

JK47 is a London based Drum and bass DJ who is making his mark on the scene. Starting out as a promoter and radio show producer. JK47 has been grinding away for 6 years now and is finally on the come up.

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DJ Algoriddim

DJ Algoriddim is a reggae disc jockey as well as the builder and co-operator of the Riddim Macka sound system. He hosted the Algoriddim Sounds radio program for 20 years in Chicago on WHPK 88.5 FM

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Master Lee

Hi Guys, I'm Master Lee for music resulted in me joining a band called Room 9 singing rock music we released an album in 2013 and headlined The Kentish Town HMV Forum. A lover and geek of all forms of music, but with a real soft spot for Reggae due to my parents huge collection

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DJ Colsie

DJing since 1996 and learning to mix in Switzerland, DJ Colsie got his start as a house musician before making it into the London club scene. Watching some of the greatest DJ’s at the time, such as Jeremy Healy, Graham Gold, Matt Lamont, and Timi Magic, he mastered the art of making the crowd move and respond making his musical destiny inevitable

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Seleckher

Seleckher’s passion for music began as a young girl, inspired by the music she was exposed to at home. Her interest in rare soul further developed through attending Northern soul events at local youth clubs, then travelling about to Jazz Funk and Soul all dayers

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Sammee Skates

DJ Sammee Skates began his music career at 16 by working in a prestigious music shop in the West End. There he began teaching himself to play guitar, later using his skills to start the band Savanna, followed by LW5. Both bands experienced commercial success which led Sammee to producing as 'Phatt Boys', where he created remixes for a variety of British and American artists including Destiny's Child, Next, Beyonce, Eric Benet and Coco.

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