Reggae, popularized and restructured by the late, great Bob Marley, has a timeless sound. And in recent years, several reggae artists have picked up the torch. One of those artists is maturing musician Michael Rose, a legend in the genre who has successfully made jovial music for the past four decades.
Rose joined the group Black Uhuru in 1977, and by the early 1980s Rose had helped them become one of the most popular reggae groups in the world. In 1985, the first year the Grammy Awards made a category for reggae, Black Uhuru’s Anthem won Reggae Album of the Year.
The Work of a Living Legend
Since that monumental achievement, Rose has gone on to see years and years of unprecedented success as a solo artist (recording 29 solo albums will do that). Beginning with Bonanza (Japan) in 1992 and ending in 2012 with the appropriately titled Reggae Legend, Rose has put out a plethora of the best reggae music that the world has to offer.
Some of his standout works include his self-titled fourth album, 1997’s Dance Wicked, 2001’s Never Give It Up, 2004’s Babylon 9/11 – Tip of the Iceberg, and 2006’s Babylon A Fight, all of which have registered as important works of art relative to the world of reggae music. And they have undeniably cemented Rose’s position as a seminal worker who has tirelessly labored to make Jamaica’s most celebrated export an international phenomenon.
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