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Andrew Bees Grew Up In Waterhouse Around Hugh Mundell, Lacksley Castel, Augustus Pablo and King Tubby's Hometown Hi-Fi Next To His Backyard Now He Tours the World With Black Uhuru Since 1996 - Dub Chronicles Part 11
Andrew Bees
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Andrew Bees Grew Up In Waterhouse Around Hugh Mundell, Lacksley Castel, Augustus Pablo With King Tubby's Hometown Hi-Fi Next To His Backyard and Tours the World With Black Uhuru Since 1996. Andrew has been recording music since 1989, currently has new singles out right now leading with "Souljah of Love" with video coming soon on Reggaeville. You can check out the song here. In addition to that he has an EP coming out at the end of June. We talked about all that and more - Dub Chronicles Part 11

Andrew Bees - Soulah of Love

 

ANDREW BEES  - PROFILE:

Singer: Andrew Bees

Job: Vocalist

Location: Waterhouse, Jamaica

Genre: Roots Nyahbinghi Reggae

Influences: Jah Ras Tafari Emperor Haile Selassie I

Biography: 

Reggae crooner Andrew Bees born Oneil Norman Beckford on May 17,1972 grew up in Waterhouse community in Kingston, Jamaica; an area with a very rich history in Roots Reggae "Ras Tafari" music. Bees remains the lead singer vocalist for Black Uhuru with their last massive 2020 US tour on which they performed in various West Coast states.

Andrew Bees is currently putting together his solo EP “Real Life ” which will be release Digital Worldwide via Beeshive Music Records.

He is currently promoting the single “SoulJah of Love” from the upcoming EP soon to be released in 2020

More About Andrew Bees

In September 2012, Andrew Bees recorded his first tribute "Better Must Come" to the late Great Delroy Wilson which has given rise to a upsurge in Andrew Bees' presence on an international level as a solo vocalist.

This song spread like wild fire receiving radio air play and charting in New York and South Florida. "Better Must Come" hit the #1 position on Clinton Lindsay's Foundation Radio Network/New York Top 30 Music Chart, and #4 on the South Florida's Top 25 Reggae Chart and #1 on various chart worldwide. Andrew Bees's second tribute to Delroy Wilson, "Cool Operator" went #1 in England.

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