By: Brian Jahn
Tags: Bob Marley, Dancehall, Dancehall music, DeeJay, Enviornmental portraits, Jamaica, Jamaican Music, Kingston, Photography, Rastafari, Reggae Legends, Reggae music, Roots & Culture, Roots Rock Reggae, Sound System Reggae
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The heroes wall at Sugar Minott’s studio. (2006)
Reggae greats are painted all over on the walls of Sugar Minott’s studio. This is just part of a pretty extensive selection of artist painted all around the studio compound. I remember visiting Sugar when this photo was taken, on an adjacent wall I saw a painting of Augustus Pablo, copied from a photo of mine, I felt honored. When I pointed this painting out to Sugar he just smiled and said “Jus don’t sue me OK”, we both laughed.
Sorry for not posting in a bit but I’ve had some major computer problems, which are now fixed.