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His father, Leroy Chin, founder and owner of the incredible “SonsJunior International” Sound System of Brooklyn, New York, played avital role in exposing Stanpipe to the hardcore Dancehall crowd andprepared him to deliver his lyrical style to live audiences. It washis uncle, Cornell Chin, music selector of “Sons JuniorInternational,” who gave Stanpipe the opportunity of chatting onthe sound, gradually building up his repertoire of originalcompositions in and around New York City. Stanpipe’s first single,“Tell Him No” was recorded at Sons Junior International RecordingStudios in New York and following its success, he released the song“Mirjam,” along with the video. It helped to put his name on the‘reggae map.’ He then did the monster hit song and video, “GhettoYouths,” featuring Natty Remo, following up with “Can’t Stop LovingYou” with Freddie McGregor. His music has taken him to Europe, theUSA, Africa and the Caribbean. Some of his more memorableperformances were opening for Garnet Silk; performing at IslandVillage in Ocho Rios; and performing three years running on JuniorReid’s Birthday Bash alongside Ninja Man, Super Cat and Natty Remo.He has also made live appearances in several charity concerts, likethe 1995 “University of Miami Community AIDS Awareness” event inMiami, and performing at the Malik Yoba, “Smart School CharterMiddle Holiday Gala 2000” held at the Design Center of theAmericas, Dania Beach, Florida.Stanpipe is not just asinger/deejay, but he also does modeling and is currently signed toTyson Talent Agency. Some of his works include the theme song forthe “Faces of Football” project in the USA, ads for a chiropractorand City Furniture based in Florida, and for Ghana Television. Hehas just completed his first album, “Life’s Water,” and the ideabehind naming the album/cd “Life’s Water” is that “water comes from‘stanpipe’ and water is life.” The new album consist of sixteensongs which include the hit “Ghetto Youths,” with Natty Remo,“Can’t Stop Loving You,” with Freddie McGregor, “My Son,” the“Foreign Mind Remix”, featuring the one and only Junior Reid, andthe brand new “Phat Blunt,” a Reggae/Rock/Hip-Hop track and video.He was assisted by producers “Computer” Paul Henton, Ed Robinsonand I Paul. This new album will surely bring his fans around theworld much closer home to his style and articulate musicaldelivery.Stanpipe describes his music as a combination of love andthe reality and culture of his island home - Jamaica. He says that….”music soothes the savage beast……no matter how ‘bad’ a person is,they always listen to music to calm their soul. I want my music tounite the world into doing good.” An artist of profounddetermination and enthusiasm, Stanpipe has carved a good name forhimself in the Reggae World, a natural gift from Jah and Jamaica.Acaliber reggae artist, Stanpipe will forever be standing tall inReggae.

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His father, Leroy Chin, founder and owner of the incredible “SonsJunior International” Sound System of Brooklyn, New York, played avital role in exposing Stanpipe to the hardcore Dancehall crowd andprepared him to deliver his lyrical style to live audiences. It washis uncle, Cornell Chin, music selector of “Sons JuniorInternational,” who gave Stanpipe the opportunity of chatting onthe sound, gradually building up his repertoire of originalcompositions in and around New York City. Stanpipe’s first single,“Tell Him No” was recorded at Sons Junior International RecordingStudios in New York and following its success, he released the song“Mirjam,” along with the video. It helped to put his name on the‘reggae map.’ He then did the monster hit song and video, “GhettoYouths,” featuring Natty Remo, following up with “Can’t Stop LovingYou” with Freddie McGregor. His music has taken him to Europe, theUSA, Africa and the Caribbean. Some of his more memorableperformances were opening for Garnet Silk; performing at IslandVillage in Ocho Rios; and performing three years running on JuniorReid’s Birthday Bash alongside Ninja Man, Super Cat and Natty Remo.He has also made live appearances in several charity concerts, likethe 1995 “University of Miami Community AIDS Awareness” event inMiami, and performing at the Malik Yoba, “Smart School CharterMiddle Holiday Gala 2000” held at the Design Center of theAmericas, Dania Beach, Florida.Stanpipe is not just asinger/deejay, but he also does modeling and is currently signed toTyson Talent Agency. Some of his works include the theme song forthe “Faces of Football” project in the USA, ads for a chiropractorand City Furniture based in Florida, and for Ghana Television. Hehas just completed his first album, “Life’s Water,” and the ideabehind naming the album/cd “Life’s Water” is that “water comes from‘stanpipe’ and water is life.” The new album consist of sixteensongs which include the hit “Ghetto Youths,” with Natty Remo,“Can’t Stop Loving You,” with Freddie McGregor, “My Son,” the“Foreign Mind Remix”, featuring the one and only Junior Reid, andthe brand new “Phat Blunt,” a Reggae/Rock/Hip-Hop track and video.He was assisted by producers “Computer” Paul Henton, Ed Robinsonand I Paul. This new album will surely bring his fans around theworld much closer home to his style and articulate musicaldelivery.Stanpipe describes his music as a combination of love andthe reality and culture of his island home - Jamaica. He says that….”music soothes the savage beast……no matter how ‘bad’ a person is,they always listen to music to calm their soul. I want my music tounite the world into doing good.” An artist of profounddetermination and enthusiasm, Stanpipe has carved a good name forhimself in the Reggae World, a natural gift from Jah and Jamaica.Acaliber reggae artist, Stanpipe will forever be standing tall inReggae.
Original Jam TV Live 1.0 APK
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Original Jam TV was made to allow local viewers to see thevibrant,world-class video from our home island nation of Jamaica.Afterfounding Jam TV in 2003, we began broadcasting on cable TVuntilour contract ended with the local cable provider in2006.Thoughthis chapter of Original Jam TV was over, it wasn’tgoing toprevent us from achieving our goals. For those threeamazing years,we provided our viewers with live performances fromthe hottestartists, hit music, fresh happenings, and up-to-datenews coveragerelated to the music world.Now, more than a decadelater, we havenot forgotten the values we were founded on and thelongstandingtradition we once had. Now settled in the tropicalparadise of thecoastal city Miami, Florida, our sole mission is tobringentertainment to a wide array of audiences around the worldand wedon’t plan on going anywhere! Whether it’s a tune from theKing ofReggae, a hit from megastars like Vybz Kartel, or anundergroundHip-hop jam, Original Jam TV has you covered. We willshow you ourcountry’s rich history and the foundation of Reggae allwithoutsaying a word! Let the tunes speak for themselves!Music hasalwaysbeen important to the culture of Jamaica, even from beforecolonialtimes until now. It is astounding that despite the tinysize of theisland, Jamaican music has been able to reach andinfluence allover the globe. One of the most popular styles inJamaica butlesser known in other parts of the world, Mento drawsfrom many ofJamaica’s folk music styles and was the sound of the1940s. Reggaeshook the Jamaican music scene in the 1970s with itscombination ofthe rock-steady beat with the Mento shuffle, withsome Americanfunk sprinkled in. This music style is what made BobMarley aglobal icon and brought his sound to millions of people.Finally,Dancehall was seen as an evolution of Mento, with manyWesternstyles that also influenced it. Clearly, Jamaica has a widevarietyof music styles that are sure to please a diverse group ofpeople,and we offer that music to you.We have the best music withthe bestquality video and sound, provided by the most entertainingDJ’shost in the industry. Original Reggae, Dancehall, Soca,Reggaeton,Hip-Hop, Afro-beats, Mento music, and other populargenres will bebooming through your speakers. The culture of Jamaicawill beeasily accessible to our listeners and viewers, and weareconfident that you will come back for more!In addition toofferingmusic, videos, and news on our website, our mission is alsotoprovide you with information and tickets to festivals andclubsnear you. Regardless of where you live, you’ll be sure tofindsomething close by as the events are located all aroundtheworld.Don’t put up with the static and let go of theobnoxiousadverts because it’s time to party with our original jams!New,invigorating music is constantly being introduced throughthesemicrophones, so don’t miss out on the thrill of Jamaica.
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