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Jamaica’s music culture wouldn’t be where it is without the impact of artists like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Vybz Kartel. Here are a few future musical stars to keep on your radar for years to come.

1. Blvk Hero

Straight out of Kingston comes Blvk Hero’s unique reggae fusion.

Diplo, Protoje, and UB40, H3ro puts his life experiences in his songs, and also has plenty of music celebrating Jamaica’s sweet Mary Jane.

With a debut album on the way, you can get familiar with tracks like “Skydive”, “Feet Don’t Fail” and “My Story (Get Free)” as starters.

Follow the H3ro:

Twitter: @BlvkH3ro

Instagram: @BlvkH3ro

Soundcloud: BlvkH3ro

2. Baker Steez

The “Trap Music” era influenced many Jamaican Hip Hop Artists, and one of them making waves is Baker Steez. With his unforgettable swagger, visuals and vibrations, he has been making an impressive buzz over the past year and a half.

With an EP out (Topman), and collaborations with Dancehall Artists Tommy Lee Sparta (“Propane”), and Konshens (“Imagine”), get your surfboards ready to ride the wave.

Twitter: @BakerSteez

Instagram: @BakerSteez


3. Bella Blair

Bella Blair is an Actress, Comedian, Musician, Spokesperson, Writer, and Model. Many knew of her thanks to her numerous Youtube skits over the years. Putting those days behind her, she is fully focused on her buding music career now.

Bella caught the attention of many with her patriotic “Jamaica” in 2016, followed up with two female anthems: “I Can Do Better” in 2017, and “Hot Gyal Sum Ting” earlier this year.

With an EP on the way, you need to the keep up with this multifaceted one.

Twitter: @TheBellaBlair

Instagram: @TheBellaBlair


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