This Day In Jamaican History

On this day in Jamaican History: Michael Rose from Black Uhuru

On July 11th, 1957, Grammy award-winning reggae singer Michael Rose was born in Jamaica. Michael was a part of the group Black Uhuru that won the first-ever Grammy Award for reggae in 1985 for the album Anthem.  Rose started his recording career as a solo artist for record producers Yabby You and Niney the Observer. He joined Black Uhuru in 1977 after the departure of Don Carlos and Garth Dennis. He led them to international success in the early 1980s, having written most of their popular material. Here the song “Guess who is coming to dinner ” from their Grammy-winning album


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