AllSpice Reggae 114 features Baby Cham and Everton Blender
|Reggae superstars Baby Cham and Everton Blender are the special guests this Friday on ALLSPICE REGGAE hosted by DJ Common Sensi. The ALLSPICE REGGAE shows airs every Friday on Bigupradio.com Slamming Dancehall station. Cham has been blowing up hot dancehall tracks since the late 90’s. His latest smash hits include “What U Think The Police Can Do,” “Possess (Silver Screen Riddim),” and let’s not forget the bombshell “Ghetto Story (Eighty Five Riddim)” The reggae veteran Everton Blender is a world class superstar with a long track record of recording success. So of Blender’s smash hits include “Piece Of The Blender,” “Blow Your Nose,” “Blend Dem,” “Create A Sound” and many more. Do not miss this exclusive interview and feature with Cham and Everton Blender his Friday! ONE LOVE
About Everton Blender :
One of the few Jamaican singers to truly bridge the gap between the roots and dancehall reggae styles is the man known as Everton “Blender.” When reggae fans hear the opening notes of “Lift Up Your Head,” “Ghetto People Song,” “Blend Dem,” etc., they instantly recognize these songs as the cultural anthems of our time. The large number of hits Everton has accrued is most impressive for an artist who has been in the business for such a seemingly short period of time. But like many of Jamaica’s biggest musical stars, the road to fame wasn’t a short or easy one.
Everton Williams was born in the parish of Clarendon, Jamaica, but grew up in Kingston 13 on Maxfield Avenue. Everton worked as a painter, construction worker, and decorator, but he realized that the strong chemicals he was working with were not good for his voice or his health in general. With divine help and direction, he decided to leave his job to pursue a singing career. In 1980, he met Phyllis Thompson (who would later become his wife), and moved back to Clarendon. In 1985, Everton and Phyllis’ first child, Isha, was born.
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Posted on May 8, 2008, in Reggae Artists, Reggae DJs, Reggae Podcasts and tagged allspice reggae, baby cham, bigupradio, common sensi, everton blender, reggae. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.