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Singer Ras Slick offering Help

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Jamaica Observer, March 6, 2015 Jamaican reggae singer Ras Slick recently released his EP Help, to coincide with February’s Black History month. The roots-reggae artiste, who copped the Best Male Vocalist Reggae Music Awards in Washington DC last year, is pleased with the growth of his career. “This EP and the title track, Help, is something special to help people… as music helps to relax the mind,” Ras Slick said. It is currently available on iTunes. Born in Westmoreland and graduate of Frome Technical High School, Ras Slick (given name Sylburn Rowe) migrated to the United States four years ago. He got his start in music at an early age through his involvement in the church and later on talent shows. He continued to develop his performing and vocal skills through his work as an entertainment manager at the RIU Resort. According to Ras Slick, 2015 is the year to[...]

Ras Slick launches ‘Help’

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Jamaica Star, February 16, 2015 Talented Jamaican reggae singer Ras Slick, who is based in the US, is gearing up for a Black History month launch of his EP ‘Help’. The conscious vibe reggae artiste, who copped the best male vocalist (2014), at the DC 17th annual Reggae Music Awards, is excited by the continued growth of his music career. “This EP and title track Help is something special to help people,” Ras Slick said, “as music helps to relax the mind.” Ras Slick went on to claim 2015 as the year to go hard for music and ensure that his songs are on everyone’s lips and fingertips. This son of Westmoreland and graduate of Frome Technical High School, got his start in music from an early age through his involvement in the church and later on at talent shows and concerts in the area. He continued to develop his[...]