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San Diego loves reggae. Actually, let me rephrase: This town has its share of homegrown, pseudo-hippie fluff passing for reggae, including one of our biggest success stories, Slightly Stoopid, who really sound more like Dave Matthews Band affecting patois. Whenever someone from another city asks me about music in Seeking roots rock reggae type woman Seekinng, the conversation inevitably, embarrassingly, if unintentionally, turns to fratty white guys playing reggae.

Three albums by Hasidic reggae sensation Matisyahu have gone gold in the U. For decades, dabbling in reggae has been on the itinerary of many genre tourists, from Culture Club to Paris Hilton.

Tampa Bay Times writer Amber McDonalddefending contemporary reggae bands such as Rebelution and Pepper, is an interesting twist of irony.

Bob Marley and Peter Tosh got beaten up.

Bob Marley almost got killed. Eric Clapton is one of the earliest and perhaps most egregious examples of cultural appropriation in reggae.

A more ambiguous case might be made of The Police, who adopted a reggae-rock sound but arguably hindi sexi talk more respect to Jamaican artists, having toured with the likes of Steel Pulse and Burning Spear. You have to really feel it, and there are even Jamaican artists who have lost it.

Know your roots. Music is the weapon of the future. Typd might not be able to easily define cultural appropriation, but I know it when I see it.

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