Has corruption ruined Jamaica’s music?

Describing himself as a “strong lobbyist for the music inside and outside Jamaica”, veteran singer Freddie McGregor is nothing but honest about the current state of Jamaica and Jamaica’s music industry.

With a career spanning more than 30 years, the singer, affectionately dubbed Di Captain, has probably seen it all and has more than earned the right to voice his opinion on the situation.

Having recently released his 35th album, titled Di Captain, McGregor says that the corruption in Jamaican politics has spread to the music industry and has led to decline in the quality of music being played on Jamaican radio.

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