Alpha Blondy 'proud' as Reggae enters Unesco heritage list Ivorian star Alpha Blondy says he is delighted to see reggae included on UNESCO's list of world intangible cultural heritage, stressing that this musical style was not a "fashion phenomenon". Reggae emerged in Jamaica in the late 1960s: a musical style from ska and rocksteady, it has also integrated jazz and blues influences. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES
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