Jessy Matador

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About Jessy Matador

Singer and dancer first known as a member of La Sélésao and Magic System beginning in 2005. By 2007, Magic System was signed to Oyas Records and the followed year they released their debut single “Décalé Gwada.”

Early life

In 2001, he began his entertainment career as a dancer. He later joined the group Les Cœurs Brisés touring around the Unites States, Congo, United Kingdom, and Canada.

Trivia

He represented France in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest with the single “Allez Ola Olé” and place twelfth in the overall competition.

Family of Jessy Matador

Her was born Jessy Kimbangi in Kinshasa, Zaire.

Close associates of Jessy Matador

He competed against fellow performer Lena Meyer-Landrut in the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest.

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Diana King

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About Diana King

Jamaican-born singer who backed up The Notorious B.I.G. on his song “Respect.”

Early life

Her single “Shy Guy” reached #13 on the Billboard charts and even higher in the UK.

Trivia

She publicly came out as a lesbian on her Facebook page in 2012.

Family of Diana King

She was raised in Jamaica by an Indian father and an African mother.

Close associates of Diana King

Her cover of Dionne Warwick’s “I Say a Little Prayer” was a hit.

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Heath Hunter

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About Heath Hunter

International recording artist and reggae singer who became known for his ’90s hit “Revolution in Paradise.” Five of his published singles that reached the European charts have sold over 5 million copies combined.

Early life

He studied choreography at the London Contemporary Dance School.

Trivia

He performed in front of 500,000 people in Berlin as part of a championship soccer event.

Family of Heath Hunter

He often shares photos of his sons and daughter on Instagram.

Close associates of Heath Hunter

He collaborated on an album with Bob Marley’s kids Stephen and Damian.

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Eddy Grant

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About Eddy Grant

Known for such chart-topping singles as “Baby Come Back,” “I Don’t Wanna Dance,” and “Electric Avenue,” this Guyanese-British singer and songwriter released the popular 1982 album Killer on the Rampage. Additionally, he invented a Caribbean music philosophy and genre known as “Ringbang.”

Early life

He began his successful music career as the songwriter and guitarist for a London-based R&B group called The Equals.

Trivia

Many of his songs, including “Living on the Front Line” and “War Party,” contain political (particularly anti-apartheid) messages.

Family of Eddy Grant

Born in Guyana, he moved to England as a young child and grew up primarily in the Kentish Town neighborhood of northern London.

Close associates of Eddy Grant

A music producer as well as a recording artist, he produced tracks for such legendary musicians as Mick Jagger and Sting.

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Eddy Lover

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About Eddy Lover

Best known for his various solo releases as a reggae singer and songwriter. He garnered worldwide acclaim for his collaborative song “Perdóname” with the reggae duo La Factoria.

Early life

He began singing at the age of 12. He recorded his first song, “Lloro,” in 2000.

Trivia

In 2008, he released the lead single off of his debut album Perdóname called “Luna.” It charted at #2 on the US Billboard Latin Tropical Airplay charts. On April 25, 2015, he released his third and final solo album, Flow Lover, to iTunes.

Family of Eddy Lover

He was born and raised in Panama City, Panama.

Close associates of Eddy Lover

His sound is often compared to that of his fellow Panamanian reggae DJ and singer Flex.

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Anita Antoinette

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About Anita Antoinette

Singer/songwriter who performs under her stage name Anita Antoinette. She was eliminated from season 3 of NBC’s The Voice in 2012 during Blind Auditions, only to be brought back in 2014 for season 7. She was eliminated in the live rounds.

Early life

She spent her childhood exposed to the music in Jamaica, which influences her music today. She migrated to the US in 1996 with her mother, brothers and sister. They settled in Boston, then in New Britain, Connecticut. She attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where she received her Bachelor’s Degree.

Trivia

In 2008 she had the opportunity to perform at the Library of Congress in Washington DC.

Family of Anita Antoinette

Her father, Clinton Fearon, is a reggae legend and she grew up being inspired by his example. He played bass and sang for the reggae band The Gladiators.

Close associates of Anita Antoinette

In season 7 of NBC’s The Voice she was part of coach Gwen Stefani’s team.

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