The one and only clenbuterol toxicity SISTER CAROL is this weeks special guest on testosterone price REALITY TIME this Sunday on oxantrione Bigupradio.com. Hosted by the furious DJ Kurious and might MC Taiyefoon, REALITY TIME brings you the latest reggae news, culture and exclusive interviews each Sunday on Bigupradio’s 24/7 dancehall station. SISTER CAROL has been running the dancehall since the early 80’s. Classic smash hits include: "Call Mi Sister Carol ," "Blackman Time," "Black Cinderalla ," "No Wey No Better Than Yard " and the list goes on and on. Catch this special feature and interview on REALITY TIME this Sunday! ONE LOVE
Music has always been close to Sister Carol’s heart. In fact, her father was an engineer that worked in radio at RJR in Jamaica and would regularly be part of the music scene that was being established in the 1960’s by Studio One’s legendary Clement "Coxsone" Dodd. These early influences came into play when Sister Carol began her musical career, following in the footsteps of one of her mentors and friend, DJ Brigadier Jerry. Having won talent contests in both Jamaica and New York, Sister Carol was offered an opening slot for one of Jamaica’s finest vocal trios, The Meditations, who had provided harmony vocals for Bob Marley. Bringing her greater recognition and a wider audience, as well as firmly establishing her as a cornerstone of the dancehall/dj movement, this opportunity opened the door for her to record her first two records, Liberation for Africa and Black Cinderalla. Sister Carol also began another facet of her entertainment career as an actress, appearing in two Jonathan Demme movies, Something Wild and Married to the Mob.
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