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Interview: Tarrus Riley

In an exclusive interview in his trailer at The Island Reggae Music Festival, Lori talks to the popular Raggae artist, Tarrus Riley.

Video Content: Tarrus Riley (2016)
Recorded on his trailer at the Island Reggae Festival, SIDEWALKS correspondent Lori Rosales interviews the reggae artist about his inspiration in music.

Born in Bronx, New York and raised in Jamaica, Tarrus Riley is a reggae singer, who released his debut album, “Challenges” in 2004. He followed that album with “Parables,” “Contagious,” “Mecoustic,” “To the Limi,” and “Love Situation.” Some of his songs include “Start Anew,” “Contagious,” “Good Girl Gone Bad,” “Come Ova,” and “Never Leave I.” He has won many awards and accolades, including Reggae Academy Awards, Jamaica Observer Artiste of the Year, Excellence in Music and Entertainment (EME) Awards, and Youth View Awards (YVA’s).

Interview Credits:
Recorded: July 9, 2016
Host / Producer: Lori Rosales
Videographer / Editor: Richard R. Lee
Production Staff: Sam Tupou, Rebeca Zuniga, Alex Valdivia, Gerard Carin, Joshua ?JJ? Carin and Trevor Touanga
Special Thanks To: Island Empire Records, RudeBwoy 3ntertainment, The Perez and Samatua families

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