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Garnett Silk

Rastafarian 1990s reggae musician whose life was tragically trim brief when he attempted to save his mother using their burning up home. Starting to perform in public areas at age group twelve, he sang beneath the name Small Bimbo. By 1988, he released his first recording. After switching from DJing to performing in the past due 1980s, he documented strikes like “Seven Spanish Angels” and a cover of “I COULD See Clearly Right now.” His boy Garnet Smith, Jr. adopted his steps in to the music business. Johnny Nash was the initial vocalist of “I COULD See Clearly Right now,” which Silk protected to great acclaim.

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