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Nubia Chat Show with Angela Nubia and Lloydie Coxsone ' Who is the Godfather of Reggae?' (25.04.17)

Nubia Chat Show with Angela Nubia and Lloydie Coxsone ' Who is the Godfather of Reggae?' (25.04.17)

Nubia Chat Show with Angela Nubia and the Legendary Lloyd Coxsone, 'Who is the Godfather of Reggae?' 'I am not a racist, simply defending reggae music and the sound industry'. Tues 25.04.17 7:00 - 9:00 PM (GMT)
www.genesisradio.co.uk

Comments

Tony Ebanks

respect

Owen Armstrong

I'm 50 years young, I can vouch for Loydie cah as a youth when I was going dance Rodigan was not part of the equation, big up the elders too much to mention

Randal Boatswain

Love this. Expose the lies and bring to light what is supposed to be known.

Randal Boatswain

The real truth came out.

Unruly Kelly

Up up unruly Kelly checking in

John Ashun

Good show Angela bless up every time

John Ashun

Yes me and my friend have a sound system no big ting no big sound I'm a DJ plays on Tony Williams radio station back in the days reading 365 so I understand what Lloydie coxsone is saying

John Ashun

You are absolutely right Lloydie coxsone Jah Shaka fat man Mombasa Saxon sounds unity sounds Quetta City unity sounds and Jah Tubbys white man sound does very good Productions in recordings he was sponsor before the offbeat posse Java sounds all of these people have contributed the reggae music not forgetting channel One sounds Adidas people have contributed to reggae music all of this great people and not forgetting Tony Williams not just Rodigan it's unfair it's true what they say it's true what Lloyd is saying how many of the great reggae artists that in Jamaica and some in Britain

John Ashun

People like Tony Williams should be honoured to be the Godfather Barry G Steve Bernard they are the great DJs the done a lot for the reggae industry