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by Ragga Lox

An inspirational Roots & Culture artist with an international style.
Genre: World: Reggae
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1. Life
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2. Status
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3. Chocolate & Roses
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4. Poor People
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5. Bright Light Big City(Remix)
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6. Urgency
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7. Nice Lady
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8. Sweet Jamaica
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9. Dreader Than Dread
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10. Working
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11. Rags To Riches
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12. Judge Not
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13. Ready Fe De World
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14. New Millennium
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15. Bright Light Big City
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Rohan Patrick Robinson, (formally Ragga L.E.X.), hails from the parish of Manchester, Jamaica W.I. He grew up on the outskirts of Mandeville, in the community of Georges Valley.

It was during his years at Decarteret College High School, he discovered his excellent deejaying skills and his remarkable ability to hold the attention of an audience. Recognizing his gift, he decided to pursue a musical career.

In 1988, Ragga Lox migrated to the United States where he finished high school and attended college. After college, he entered the work force while going after his dreams. In 1991, he linked up with long time friend Captain Remo and together they performed at some of New York's hottest night clubs. He was known then as Terminator.

In 1993, he started recording for Rhythm One Records. He then decided to change his name to Ragga L.E.X., as the name Terminator did not match his image.

He made his debut on a Rhythm One family cd which was released in 1995. His single, Ghetto Youths, was a favorite. He also had two other songs on the compilation which also featured Yankee B, Wayne (Sleng Ting) Smith, and Devon Clarke.

He was also a member of the UNI Reggae Band, and performed in and around the north east United States. He left the band in 1997, to persue a solo career. He appeared on stage with such artists as Buju Banton, Tony Rebel, Everton Blender, and Bounty Killer, to name a few. His self produced single, Chocolate and Roses, was a favorite with local radio around the New York area, and received considerable amount of airplay.

In 1998, He was introduced to Richie Roots, singer, producer, and President of Black MInd Records, by long time friend Lunatic, and the rest is history. Now with his debut cd, Life, Ragga Lox is Ready Fe De World. The cd has 14 tracks with a touch of the hip-hop flava. The title song writer and producer can be added to his list of credit, since he co-produced the album.

His cd featured Richie Roots on Judge Not, Manna Panna on Urgency, Silk sisters, Shawn and Paula, On Chocolate and Roses, Rick Shadee and Niqqi on Dreader Than Dread, Richelle Powell, Taja Malcolm, Kelly Gardner, Cassy Bannerman, Latisha Miller, Jeanine Lewis, and Ebony Clarke, on Life The album also features producers Kenny Scott, Dennis Rickets, Lance O of Kulcha Shok Music, and Richie Roots producing the other tracks. Ragga Lox is difinitely ready to make his mark in the music industry.


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Courtney Love

This cd was carefully put together. remarkable job. Good luck
Not being exposed to reggae for a long time, this is far better than what I have heard in respect of lyrical content. While I was listening to tracks from this cd, by daughters age 18 & 19 heard it and loved it. I am convinced that this is a cd for my collection.