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Reggae Legends Inner Circle Continues To Keep Reggae Music Alive Around The Globe

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To  anyone who’s familiar with the band’s 20-year-plus history in the Reggae field and their immense popularity around the world-there’s much  more to Inner Circle than what meets the eye. Indeed, this  Jamaican-bred, Grammy winning quintet is one of the world’s most  respected Reggae groups with a long string of successes stretching back  to the mid-70’s.
Inner  Circle’s special brand of Jamaican beats and energy  -filled live performances have allowed the band to transcend the  traditional Reggae niche and enjoy widespread crossover appeal. A  testament to this is the fact that Inner Circle plays at many of the  world’s largest music festivals-headlining alongside such towering pop  and rock music icons as Elton John, Peter Gabriel, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Carlos Santana,  and many others.
Inner  Circle is one of reggae’s most consistent, and relevant bands to date.  Their body of work speaks for itself. 2012 was a very big year for the band, with their remix of Wiz  Khalifa and Snoop Lion’s “Young, Wild, & Free” which featured popular Reggae artist i-Octane gained  tremendous exposure with over one million views on Youtube. Their widely successful  recording studio  Circle House in Miami, FL has allowed the band to remain youthful by connecting with artists such as Pitbull to record their latest single “1.One.1 Love” on iTunes.  They’ve also took a step in a different direction by releasing “Dub Planet X,” a fusion  of dub-step and Reggae music. The band also has upcoming projects with Flo-Rida, Ken Booth, Ali Campbell, and Marcia Griffiths just to name a few.

Inner Circle’s Social Media presence is phenomenal, with over 20,000 followers on their verified Twitter account, and 15,000 Facebook Friends and Likes, they are always connecting with their fans.

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