FREDDIE MCGREGOR CRITICISE THE REGGAE GRAMMY AWARD!

Perhaps the most blistering attack on the reggae Grammy to date, Jamaican reggae icon and veteran singer Freddie McGregor has lashed out at the 59-year-old American institution, calling the reggae arm of the organisation that typically awards excellence in the music industry, “an embarrassment of indescribable magnitude to reggae music”.

This week, McGregor became the latest voice in a growing chorus of grumblings over the annual picks for best reggae album. 

The albums selected for reggae nominations have been harshly criticised in the past for being obscure and lacklustre and for being out of touch with the core of the Jamaican reggae music reality. 

The albums selected for the 2017 award taking place on February 12, 2017 are from Devin Di Dakta, J Boog, Ziggy Marley, Raging Fyah, Rebelution and Soja.

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