Jamaican music stars died in Murder

Here are 3 famous musicians from Jamaica died in Murder:

Prince Far I

Prince Far I (February 11, 2015 Spanish Town-September 15, 1983 Jamaica) also known as Prince Far-I, King Cry Cry, Michael Williams, Michael James Williams or Michael Leopold Williams was a Jamaican , .

Discography: Livity, Jamaican Heroes, Voice of Thunder, Dubwise, The Golden Years 1977-1983, Psalms for I, Black Man Land, Cry Freedom Dub, Cry Tuff Dub Encounter Chapter 3 and Cry Tuff Dub Encounter, Chapter 4. Genres he performed include Reggae.

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Peter Tosh

Peter Tosh (October 19, 1944 Westmoreland Parish-September 11, 1987 Kingston) also known as Pete Tosh, Winston McIntosh, Tosh, Peter or Winston Hubert McIntosh was a Jamaican singer and musician. His child is Andrew Tosh.

His albums: Wanted Dread & Alive, The Toughest, The Greatest Hits, The Best Of, The Best Of Peter Tosh 1978-1987, Scrolls of the Prophet: The Best of Peter Tosh, Remedies for Babylon, Premium Gold Collection, Mystic Man and Los Éxitos del Siglo. Genres he performed: Reggae, Rhythm and blues, Ska and Rocksteady.

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Carlton "Carly" Barrett

Carlton "Carly" Barrett (December 17, 1950 Kingston-April 17, 1987 Kingston) also known as Carlton Barrett, Carly or Field Marshal was a Jamaican musician, songwriter and drummer.

Genres: Reggae, Rocksteady and Ska.

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