The Jamaica Observer begins a eight-part feature on the impact of women on reggae as artistes, administrators and managers.
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#1 Oct 5, 2012
One female reggae artist that the Observer should be including and interviewing is Lucky Dube's extremely talented daughter Nkulee Dube.
With a new album entitled "MY WAY", Nkulee has performed in the USA, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific with one of the most amazing shows on the road today.
She embodies the soul and drive of her late father Lucky, and many South Africans, indeed many world musicians are craving to work with Nkulee.
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