Music, Culture Key To Economic Development But Being Placed On Back-Burner, Says Veteran Musicologist

An esteemed ethnomusicologist is expressing dismay at the failure of the Jamaican State to factor Reggae/Dancehall and other aspects of the island’s culture into use, as drivers of economic development, and the lack of willpower to fully capitalize on UNESCO’s designation of Kingston as a Creative City of Music.

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