Culture Brown is an energizing Jamaican born reggae artist who has has been described as sitting musically somewhere between Shabba Ranks and Buju Banton. His electr ic stage presence is always contagious, as he dares his audiences right off their feet, and into his music.
Born in the parish of Westmoreland and then moving to Kingsto n s Elleston Flats at an early age, Culture Brown found his start in reggae music as a me mber of the Black Star Sound System, opening the doors for him to become a powerful figure on the reggae scene.
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As a roots and culture dancehall artist, Culture Browns lyrical content often sheds light on today’s world issues and gives hope for a better tomorrow. The song ‘Poor’ is a true reflection of the struggle lots of people go through every day, released on the album ‘Poor’ on his own independent label, Akeel Records, in 2009. On the same label, the album ‘Manners and Raspeck’ was released featuring hit songs such as Yadding Iwah and Rastafari pt 1, to be
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Culture’s latest album, Jamaica we say, released in 2019.
Culture writes all of his songs himself.
Currently he is working on a short story book, titled ‘Inna mi yard’. dance.