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How is Messian Dread, and others on this board, viewing the new wave of Gospel Reggae? I'm talking about gospel artists like Positive, St. Matthew, Hoszia Hinds, Lynx, Koen Duncan, Monty G, Jermaine Edwards, Sista Sasha, Ram1 etc etc. They're more into the Dancehall genre than Dub, but they also do great One Drop. For my part I love this new gospel reggae scene, and I don't need any secular or rasta reggae anymore to satisfy my need for quality reggae.
If you don't know what I'm talking about, check my Spotify playlist with more than 400 gospel one-drop tunes, with more than 200 gospel artists from countries like Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, Bahamas, Guyana, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Ghana, UK an US.
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