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Tarrus Riley

Born in the Bronx and raised in Jamaica, Tarrus Riley started out as DJ but through the encouragement of the folks around him eventually pursued a career as a vocalist. Exposed to the music industry at an early age through his father Jimmy Riley, a veteran Reggae singer, Tarrus Riley eventually released his first album in 2004 through an independent record label in Miami. Riley’s heavy R&B influences are apparent throughout his entire catalog of music so even if you’re not a fan of reggae music you’ll at least appreciate the soulfulness of his music.

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