An Interview with Reggae Artist Barrington Levy

With soulful eyes that betray his wide gap-tooth smile, I can only assume that Barrington Levy has been witness to a great deal of strife during his 48-year journey on this planet. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, a city plagued by violent crime, Levy put forth relentless effort so as to rise above the adversity and secure for himself a spot as one of the world’s biggest reggae stars.

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16 responses to “An Interview with Reggae Artist Barrington Levy

  1. Reblogged this on shafiqah1 and commented:
    Barrington Levy #Too Hott I Love Jamaica!!

  2. He’s one of my favorites. Love his love tunes as well! He’s awesome!

  3. read your article, sob.

  4. awesome check me out at

  5. Reggae with Levy is the best part of my life. I really idolized him!

  6. Barrington Levy is a huge cultural icon here in Jamaica; I grew up hearing his tunes played everywhere. It’s so cool to see evidence of his international reach as well. Reggae has such a global impact. 🙂

  7. I enjoy his soulful music.

  8. This is wonderful, love his sound. I got to interview Junior Marvin last year in DC. Did you do this for one of your magazines?

  9. Great job on getting the front page.

  10. I don’t have a problem with him, but do you think he is really deserving of the title “dancehall king”? Over an original master like Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff, or certainly Bob Marley?

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