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Jamaica GleanerThird World leaves Brooklyn on reggae highJamaica GleanerIf there were any concerns about the direction of reggae, then devotees of the music left Prospect Park confident that real reggae will never die. Third World in a masterful set, r…


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Third World leaves Brooklyn on reggae high
Jamaica Gleaner
If there were any concerns about the direction of reggae, then devotees of the music left Prospect Park confident that real reggae will never die. Third World in a masterful set, recently, reminded the world of what authentic reggae sounds like, and
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