Reggae Singer Joseph Hill - His daughter, Andrea Hill, said he died from a liver failure. She described him as a "well rounded, well known and well loved" individual. I got this from Jamaica Gleaner news.
Reggae Singer Joseph Hill (January 22, 1949 – August 19, 2006) was the lead singer and songwriter for the roots reggae group Culture whose other members were Kenneth Dayes and Hill's cousin Albert Walker, most famous for their 1977 hit "Two Sevens Clash", but also well known for their "International Herb" single.
Hill recorded twenty-two albums.
Hill had received a number of honours; an induction into the Jamaican Reggae Walk of Fame and a 2005 Independence Award presented by the Prime Minister of Jamaica.
In 2006 the group continued to draw good reviews, especially for their performance at 'Bob Marley 61st Birthday Celebration' in Ghana.
Comments for Reggae Singer Joseph Hill
Aug 29, 2012
He was one of the greatest man on earth.
I am always remembering Joseph Hill. This man was one of the greatest man on this earth. All the true lovers of justice and equality will remember him for ever. Joseph is only comparable to Great Bob Marley in Reggae father's on the earth.
I wish we can get some body like Mr hills in our generation again. By great of Allah(amen). I wants to go to Jamaica and see some of his works with my own eyes and speak with those who new him personally.
Jul 01, 2011
MISSING THE TRUE VOICE OF A PROPHET
by: Dr KINGDOM HILL
KENYATA HILL its yo turn to make pipo smile...... work on yo voice, amplifie it to yo DADs level