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Don Carlos: The Living Legend ~elder statesman of reggae

Don Carlos: A Reggae Legend

Don Carlos is a Jamaican reggae singer who began his career in 1973 as a member of the group Black Uhuru. He sang alongside Garth Dennis and Derrick Simpson, the leader of the trio.

In 1988, Carlos recorded "Jingle Bells" with Glenice Spenser on A Reggae Christmas on RAS Records. In 1990, he reunited as the lead vocalist for a Black Uhuru album. Carlos continues to perform all over the world, and has a large fanbase in Africa.

carlos is known for his smooth, mellow voice and his passionate delivery. He has been praised by critics for his unique vocal style, which has been described as "honeyed" and "soulful."

Carlos has released over 20 solo albums, and has collaborated with a number of other artists, including Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, and Luciano. He has also appeared on several compilation albums, including the Grammy-winning album The Harder They Come: The Story of Jamaican Music.

In 2009, Carlos was awarded the Order of Distinction by the Jamaican government for his contributions to music. He is a true reggae legend, and his music continues to inspire and uplift people all over the world.

Here are some of Don Carlos's most popular songs:

  • "Shine Eye Gal"

  • "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner"

  • "I Love You Jah"

  • "Reggae Ambassador"

  • "Jingle Bells"

Don Carlos continues to tour and perform globally with his band of young seasoned players called Dub Vision.

Dub Vision is a group of young, talented musicians who are dedicated to keeping the reggae tradition alive. They are a versatile group, and their sound blends elements of reggae, ska, and dub.

Dub Vision has toured all over the world, and has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in reggae, including Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and Jimmy Cliff. They are a rising force in the reggae scene, and they are sure to continue to make waves in the years to come.

don carlos with 11 years old mikailsha

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