Tarrus Riley is a Jamaican-American reggae singer and member of the Rastafari movement.
|Birth name:||Omar Riley|
|Born:||April 26, 1981, Bronx, New York, United States|
|Labels:||VP, Cannon Productions|
|Associated acts:||Major Lazer, DJ Snake, Ellie Goulding|
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About Tarrus Riley
Reggae singer famous for albums like 2009's Contagious. He is active in the Rastafari movement and has performed at the world's most high-profile reggae festivals.
He was brought up in Jamaica and released his debut album, Challenges, in 2004.
He had a big night at the Excellence in Music & Entertainment Awards in 2008, taking home awards for Male Vocalist of Year Award and Song of The Year for "She's Royal."
His father is famed reggae singer Jimmy Riley.
His album "Contagious" featured a cover of a Robin Thicke song.
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