Klassique had always played international hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
On the other hand, hard core music, like dubs, are rarely, if ever, played at Rae Town and patrons will not hear reggae music recorded after the early-1990s.
Stone Love’s Wee Pow once told Backayard Magazine, after seeing what Klassique was doing, “We jus go to all the ‘rub a dub’ sounds and tek dem main DJs and cut special so wi did have all a dem inna one place now.” Klassique, however, didn’t follow the trend it had set.
Everyone think [John Wayne] in there.” Stone Love and Silverhawk sound systems, two sounds known for their deep and innovative dub boxes, point to Klassique for having started the trend.It features great activities for kids of all ages too!We think mom and dad will appreciate that one of the two pools, with a swim-up bar, is for adults only.“I wanted to be not exactly like them,” he said, “but I wanted to play some of the songs they play.” As the story goes, Daley went to King Jammy’s studio to record a dub by a singer named Trilla but the singer was not around.John Wayne, a deejay for Jammys sound system, offered to do a dub instead.
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