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MIGHTY DIAMONDS

Mighty Diamonds is a Jamaican reggae vocal trio consisting of Lloyd "Bread" McDonald, Fitzroy "Bunny" Simpson, and Donald "Tabby" Shaw.


The group was formed in the late 1960s in Kingston, Jamaica, and has been active for over five decades.


The trio's early career was marked by a series of singles released on various independent labels.



Their first major hit came in 1974 with "Right Time," which was produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry and released on his Upsetter label.


This song established Mighty Diamonds as a major force in the reggae scene and helped to launch their career. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Mighty Diamonds continued to release a string of hits, including "Pass the Kutchie," "I Need a Roof," "Love Over Galilee," and "Country Living."


They also collaborated with other prominent reggae artists such as Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, and Culture.


In the 1990s, Mighty Diamonds signed with the major label RCA Records and released several albums, including "Mighty Diamonds" (1990) and "Rock Steady" (1993).



These albums helped to introduce the group to a wider audience outside of Jamaica. Throughout their career, Mighty Diamonds has received numerous awards and accolades for their contributions to reggae music.


They have been inducted into the Jamaican Music Hall of Fame and have been recognized by organizations such as the International Reggae and World Music Awards.


Today, Mighty Diamonds continues to perform and record music, with recent releases including "Still Together" (2018) and "United We Stand" (2020).


Their legacy as pioneers of conscious reggae music has inspired countless artists in the genre and beyond.


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