Black Champion Sound System

by Lance / Kenny / O'Neil
(St Elizabeth, Jamaica )



Black champion was established in the year 1984 in the parish of Clarendon.

It entered the musical world playing at major sessions since 1990.

In 2011 the system underwent a major setback causing it to be out of production. In 2015 the system was back in the business.

The system is now based in St Elizabeth.

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Jul 19, 2018
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black champion NEW
by: Anonymous

One of St Elizabeth top war\juggling sound system

Mar 04, 2017
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Black Champion Sound System. Representing (ST,BESS )
by: Plaitonia

is a sound system i think will make it very far in the music industry , in my opinion the MC & DISC JOCKEY are very versatile

Jan 19, 2017
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keep up the good work
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Keep up the good work

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