Here are 6 famous musicians from Jamaica were born in 1957:
Yellowman (January 15, 1957 Kingston-) a.k.a. Yellow Man, King Yellowman, Winston Foster, Christian Winston Foster or Yellowman (with Sister Nancy) is a Jamaican singer, musician and songwriter.
His albums include Live at Reggae Sunsplash, RAS Portraits, Best of Yellowman, Freedom of Speech, King Yellowman, Look How Me Sexy, Mister Yellowman, One in a Million, Prayer and Two Giants Clash (vs. Josey Wales). Genres he performed include Ragga, Dancehall and Reggae.
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Ini Kamoze (October 9, 1957 Port Maria-) also known as Cecil Campbell or Kamoze, Ini is a Jamaican singer.
His albums include Statement, Listen Me Tic (Woyoi), Shocking Out, Here Comes the Hotstepper, Ini Kamoze, Lyrical Gangsta, Call the Police, Here Comes the Hotstepper, 51 50 Rule and Debut. Genres: Reggae, Dancehall and Reggae fusion.
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Precious Wilson (October 18, 1957 Spanish Town-) also known as Wilson, Precious is a Jamaican singer.
Her albums include Funky Dancer, Cry to Me, Greatest Hits, On The Race Track, Precious Wilson and All Coloured In Love. Genres: Dance-pop, Soul music and Dance music.
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Brigadier Jerry (September 28, 1957 Kingston-) is a Jamaican , .
His albums include Hail Him, On the Road, Freedom Street and Jamaica, Jamaica. Genres: Dancehall and Reggae.
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Eek-a-Mouse (November 19, 1957 Kingston-) a.k.a. Eek-A-Mouse, Eek A Mouse, Eek·A·Mouse or Ripton Hylton is a Jamaican , .
His albums: Wa-Do-Dem, Wa-Do-Dem: Greensleeves Reggae Classics, Very Best of Eek a Mouse, Volume 2, U-Neek, The King and I, Mouse-A-Mania, Eeksperience, Eek-A-Mouse, Mouse Gone Wild and Ras Portraits. Genres he performed: Reggae and Dancehall.
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Early B (February 28, 1957-September 11, 1994) was a Jamaican , .
His discography includes: Ghost Busters, Wheely Wheely and A Memorial Tributed. Genres: Reggae and Dancehall.
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