I’m not a fan of reggae music ... there, I admit it. So shoot me. Thus the prospect of reading an ebook about “reggae’s only superstar” was not a particularly exciting one despite experiencing a barrage of jealous huffs from my fellow EQA-ers.
However, with the recent popularity of a certain 200m runner and Notting Hill Carnival just on the horizon I decided that perhaps I better brush up on my Jamaican knowledge, and what better way that to learn about this indisputable musical legend?
Despite being a self-confessed music buff I, embarrassingly, knew absolutely nothing about his life; not even how he died or how many hits he had in his career. So, from an extremely naive perspective I was able to consume the contents of this ebook.
While reading I become completely overwhelmed by just how much he was genuinely loved, respected and cherished by his fans and not forgetting just how much he achieved in his lifetime...
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