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Posted by arthur on March 27, 2019

Hit maker of the Billboard hit “I’ll Do Anything for You” fame, and patriarch of the Grammy Award winning Royal Family of Reggae Morgan Heritage, Denroy Morgan has reunited his Black Eagles Band for the 1st time since 1984, on the heels of his return album MUZICAL Unity which was released in 2017 on Asaph Records/ VPAL Music. He is now ready to tour the world in support of his upcoming album to be released in 2019. The reggae community has given this reggae icon’s return a warm reception.

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Posted by arthur on November 06, 2017

How did your musical career begin?

I started as a selector at age 14, then transitioned to a producer/songwriter.  In 2007 I became a professional recording artist. 


Tell us a bit about your new release, "Big Bucks."
Big Bucks is a song about people getting money and being proud of their accomplishments no matter what people say. Embrace who you are, love yourself and live your life .


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Posted by arthur on October 08, 2017

When did you start recording / performing your music?

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Posted by arthur on September 28, 2017

Stylz It one-on-one discussion with Patrick "Curly-Lox" Gaynor, one half of the Twin of Twins duo, was very enlightening, as it relates to his views and concerns about the state of the music industry, and other issues. Stylz It now brings you the other half of one of the most controversial team in dancehall, Paul "Tu-Lox" Gaynor; often described by fans as the "Quiet one in the Twins". He had a lot to say to Stylz It! 


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Posted by arthur on September 21, 2017

After recent billboard success with the latest installment of the Stir It up Vol.11 Mixtape. Stylz It recently had a discussion with Patrick (Curly Lox ) Gaynor, one half of the musical duo Twin of Twins where we discussed the music industry, the art of songwriting, the state of Jamaica as it relates to crime and much more. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Stylz It!

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Posted by arthur on June 25, 2017

No matter where in the world you are, the music business is a challenging road to trod. But, Jamaican born recording artiste Ruffi, has no intentions of letting up on his dreams of big things. Ruffi the recording artiste, the songwriter and the entrepreneur, takes the timeout to ‘Stylz It’.

Stylz It: Tell us about your background and how did you get started in reggae music?

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Posted by arthur on April 18, 2016

Coach Mark is a successful Jamaican entrepreneur who has no reservations in coaching people into becoming successful. He’s a true motivator, an author, an athletic coach and a public speaker. Who knows his future better than he does, but lets not rule out government office.

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Posted by arthur on March 29, 2016

Cee Gee’s SMCR™ (SHOW MY CREW RESPECT) slogan has now become a popular among his fans; and as such, SMCR branded T-shirts are enjoying worldwide demand. Cee Gee’s entrepreneurial instinct has pushed him to explore an online reality series titled SMCR Episodes 1, 2 & 3. The reality series gives you behind the scenes daily life of the Martian in the studio, video shoot and in the streets.

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Posted by arthur on August 03, 2015

A journey that started through exuberance of a youngster, admiration and respect for the icons of reggae, and from the urban roots of August Town now blossomed into a world recognized reggae signature voice; Duane Stephenson chats with Stylz It.

Stylz It: What was your first experience like in music?


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