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Agent Sasco
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Capleton
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Masicka
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Richie Spice
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Romain Virgo
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Tanya Stephens

Agent Sasco

From Kintyre, St. Andrew his career began in 1999 when his lyrics were recorded by Spragga Benz as "Shotta". He soon released his first single in 2000 and latter released albums with VP Records and Boardhouse Records. In 2013, he was featured on the song "I'm in It" by American recording artist Kanye West on his 6th solo album, Yeezus. In February 2015, Assassin was featured on the song "The Blacker the Berry" by Grammy award winner Kendrick Lamar which sold over 500,000 copies. During the 58th Annual Grammy Awards (2016), Agent Sasco hit single, “The Blacker the Berry” was featured during Kendrick Lamar's Grammy performance. On February 19, 2016, he released the album Theory of Reggaetivity, in 2018 the Hope River album and in 2020, the EP LOCO. See Agent Sasco LIVE on Night 2 of the Virtual Reggae Sunsplash 2020.

Capleton

Aka King Shango, King David, The Fireman and The Prophet is a Reggae and dancehall artiste known for his Rastafari views expressed in his songs. The pre-Rasta Capleton had a string of hit songs from "Bumbo Red" to "Number One on the Look Good Chart" and "No Lotion Man". He broke onto the Dancehall scene in 1992 with, "Alms House" and followed up immediately by "Music is a Mission". By 1993, he became increasingly conscious with songs like, "Prophet" and "Cold Blooded Murderer". Singles such as "Tour" and "Wings of the Morning" earned him a deal with Russell Simmons' Def Jam Recordings in the mid-1990s. He scored hit singles over one of the most popular riddims of 2004, “That Day Will Come" over the Hard Times riddim. See Capleton LIVE on Night 1 of the Virtual Reggae Sunsplash 2020.

Dexta Daps

Jamaican singer known for his dancehall songs as well as ballads. His songs include the 2014 ballad Morning Love, 2015's 7Eleven and the 2017 song Shabba Madda Pot. Following up on his singles, he launched his debut album Intro in 2017 with an erotic short film that received more than 1.6 million views on YouTube. Daps grew up in Seaview Gardens, a neighborhood known for stars like Shabba Ranks, Bounty Killer, and Elephant Man among others. In 2020 he released his album VENT. See Dexta Daps LIVE on Night 2 of The Virtual Reggae Splash 2020

Jesse Royal

Royal began his career with and was mentored by the late Fatis Burrell who also produced his first two releases, Singing the Blues and Long Days and Short Nights. In 2010 Jesse Royal has toured Jamaica, Europe and the United States, before releasing his first major work produced by his friend Walshy Fire in 2014. In 2015, Vogue Magazine listed Jesse Royal as part of a greater ongoing "Reggae Revival" movement (along with other such artists as Chronixx, Jah9 and Protoje, revitalising the genre of roots reggae. In 2016 he featured on the Raging fyah album ‘Everlasting’ in a song called Humble In 2017 he recorded the album Lily of da Valley, released by Easy Star Records in October.The album topped the Billboard Reggae Albums chart. See Jesse Royal LIVE on Night 2 of The Virtual Reggae Sunsplash 2020

Masicka

The young dj is known for the singles Guh Haad N Done, Whistling Clean and Lose Control getting heavy rotation on local radio stations, such as Zip 103, Hits 92 and Fame FM. Masicka has also been recently featured on some popular reggae/dancehall radio shows in the United States and UK. He has worked with Producers like Equinoxx Music, Icon, Makonen, G3 Musik, TJ Records and CrashDummy Productions, the producer of Masicka’s latest single Guh Haad And Done. His musical journey started by performing at local talent shows and competitions in his hometown of Independence City and continued while attending Calabar High School. He recently collaborated with Dexta Daps on the single on the hit single “Leader”. See Masicka LIVE at Reggae Sunsplash Night 2 of The Virtual Reggae Sunsplash 2020.

Ras- i

Born in Kingston, Jamaica in August 1990, Immanuel 'Ras I' Kerr like many musicians was exposed to music and musical instruments at a very young age. The multifaceted artiste sings, writes and arranges all his songs, produces, plays guitar, keyboard and percussion. Classifying his music as roots reggae with notes of old school rhythm and blues and a little funk, he draws from the exemplary influences of reggae veterans like The Abyssinians, Brigadier Jerry, Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Uroy and Peter Tosh. Ras I's music evokes a strong sense of responsibility and purpose. The artist is presently working on the EP and video "Feel Alright" and have recently released “King Man Ting”. See Ras-I LIVE on Night 1 of The Virtual Reggae Sunsplash 2020.

Richie Spice

Jamaican Musician Richie Spice, most famous songs include, "Brown Skin", "Youth Dem Cold", "Groovin' My Girl", "Earth A Run Red", "Marijuana" and "The Plane Land was born in Rock Hall, St. Andrew, Jamaica. He is the brother of Pliers, Spanner Banner and Snatcha Lion. His first Jamaican single "Killing a Sound" was produced by Dennis "Star" Hayes. His second album included hits such as "Earth a Run Red", "Living Ain't Easy", "Land of Jamaica", "Time So Rough", the aforementioned "Grooving My Girl" and many others. His song "Youth Dem Cold" was featured on Grand Theft Auto IV Massive B Soundsystem 96.9 and the ending soundtrack of Attack the Block. Album Together We Stand was released on VP Records on June 12, 2020. See Richie Spice LIVE on Night 1 of The Virtual Reggae Sunsplash 2020.

Romain Virgo

Romain rose to prominence in the television choir contest All Together Sing in 2006, going on to win the Digicel Rising Stars competition in 2007. Weeks after winning the competition, Virgo produced his first hit record "Mi Caan Sleep" on the Penthouse label. Several hit singles followed, including "Wanna Go Home", "Live Mi Life", and "Alton's Medley". In June 2010, VP Records released his debut self-titled album. In 2014 his cover version of Sam Smith's "Stay With Me" produced by Nicholas Browne of Lifeline Music, topped the charts in several Caribbean countries. Virgo's 2018 album Lovesick gave him his first number one album on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart. In 2019 Romian recorded another hit “Dutty Man” bashing child molestation. See Romain Virgo LIVE on Night 2 of The Virtual Reggae Sunsplash 2020

Tanya Stephens

Jamaican reggae artist emerged in the late 1990s. Stephens is most known for her hits "Yuh Nuh Ready Fi Dis Yet" — the single was later featured on the Reggae Gold 1997 and "It's a Pity". She began recording in the mid-1990s for producers such as Dave Kelly and Philip "Fatis" Burrell. Her debut, Big Things a Gwaan, was released in 1994 and second album Too Hype followed in 1997. She moved to Sweden, where she signed a record deal and recorded the 2001 pop album Sintoxicated. After returning to Jamaica she released the critically acclaimed Gangsta Blues album in 2004. Her single "These Streets" on the album Rebelution (2006) was a number one hit throughout the Caribbean. See Tanya Stephens LIVE on Night 1 of The Virtual Reggae Sunsplash 2020.