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    Rootsman I is a reggae artist associated with The 12 Tribes of Israel (Rastafari) who hails from Macedonia and started his journey in Together with the other band members he founded the band Conquering Lion, originally a dub/reggae/crossover band which during the years became a dub/reggae/new roots band.
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    English dancehall DJ/musician John Bolloten, Type: Person, Gender: Male, Born: in Edinburgh, Area: United Kingdom.
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