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Jah’Mila

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Halifax-based Jah'Mila is reggae royalty – she's the daughter of legendary roots reggae guitarist Earl “Chinna” Smith, a key player in Kingston, Jamaica's reggae scene. A beacon for positive messages of hope and Jamaican music and culture, she has shared international stages with reggae icons like The Wailers, Groundation, Black Uhuru, and Sly and Robbie.
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Jah’Mila’s performance at the Centre to celebrates the release of her debut album, Roots Girl. Featuring Nyabinghi infused hip-hop, reggae, and lover’s rock, the album is lush with the soul of Jamaica. Jah’Mila will be burnin’ it up this October with her incredibly talented 8-piece band of reggae all-stars!  

 https://www.jahmilamusic.com/ 
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