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SPECIAL NOTE: The Jamaican patois language is still being officially standardized, so some of the spellings used here in the series, may not correspond with others published. Spellings used here are what the presenter thinks best captures how the words should be pronounced.
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PHOTO CREDITS All photos were shot in Jamaica by ‘Jamaican Sinting’
MUSIC TRACKS USED :
1. “Dancehall Pull Up Riddim” http://soundcloud.com/smoketcs/dancehall-pull-up-riddim
2. . “Nobody Canna Cross it” by DJ Powa ITUNES!!!: http://www.powamusic.com/mp3s.html