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“Let’s Support Our Jamaican Police Officers For Reggae History Month” by Dubb Master Chris

“I am privileged, each day, to have the ears of thousands of radio listeners in the tri-state area. As a senior radio personality at Irie Jam Radio, 93.5 FM, WVIP, it is part of my civic responsibility and my patriotic duty to highlight issues that impact Jamaicans at home and here in the Diaspora. This …

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“OMI pays tribute to the police with ‘To Serve and Protect’” by Jamaica Gleaner

Singer OMI is out on the scene again with the release of his new single, To Serve and Protect, a tribute to police officers. According to the recording artiste, this song preceded his recording career. ‘This so happens to be one taken from the ‘vault’,” he said. “This was recorded years ago. It’s just one of …

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[INTERVIEW_BILLBOARD]: OMI Talks Return to Music, Premieres New Record ‘Masterpiece’

” Well-known for his No.1 Hot 100 record, “Cheerleader (Felix Jaehn Remix),” Jamaican artist OMI returns from his hiatus with another feel-good collab, “Masterpiece,” alongside German producer Felix Jaehn. The uptempo, summery track encourages women to find beauty in themselves as they are, in a digital age that often pushes the other way. The multi-platinum pair connected in …

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Jamaica Gleaner: “OMI’s Debut Album Certified Gold By RIAA”

Me 4 U, the debut album from reggae singer OMI, has been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). This means that the artiste’s compilation has sold more than 500,000 units. OMI took to his social media pages a short while ago to make the announcement. ‘ME 4 U’ is officially certified …

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How OMI Represents A New Reality For Global Pop Music

Before it was remixed into a sweeping global hit, OMI’s “Cheerleader” was something far more quaint. “It wasn’t even supposed to be a song,” the 28-year-old Jamaican vocalist born Omar Samuel Pasley says over the phone from London, where he’s touring radio stations in support of his long-gestating smash. “It was just supposed to be an …

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