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    Jimmy Cliff brought reggae to every corner of the world – from the UK to the US, Africa to Brazil. Relocating from Jamaica to Britain, he helped ignite the ska music scene of the ‘60s with his early singles and broke reggae into the international mainstream with his 1969 hit “Wonderful World, Beautiful People.” Cliff continued to put reggae on pop culture’s radar with his 1970 single “Vietnam” (which Bob Dylan called the best protest song he had ever heard) and his hit cover of Cat Stevens’ “Wild World.” However, it was his role in the ‘70s film The Harder They Come and its soundtrack that made the greatest impact, especially in America. Cliff continues recording today, most recently collaborating with punk legend Tim Armstrong of the band Rancid.
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