San Antonio reggae DJ Sgt. Remo’s towering sound system brings island vibrations to the Alamo City 

Sergio Ortiz is a soft-spoken teacher in San Antonio College’s music business program. But as the reggae artist Sgt. Remo, he makes some serious noise with a wall of speakers that looks like Godzilla’s boom box. 

For the past four years, Ortiz has delivered a sonic blast to the senses with his King Remo Sound System, a boxy tower of speakers he made from scratch to give San Antonio and other Texas cities a teeth-rattling taste of Jamaican sound system culture, where DJs rock the island streets with stacks…

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Reggae Souljahs Compilation CD 

Reggae Souljahs Compilation CD 

Posted on July 20, 2011. Maria Jackson Magazine

GREETINGS TO ALL THE REGGAE SOULJAHS EVERYWHERE! We are glad to present to you the “Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 1″ compilation album. 

In total there are 16 tracks. All Killer-No Filler! We hope that everyone will enjoy listening to the album as much as we have enjoyed the entire process of putting this compilation album together. At times the deadlines and the stress of putting this project together were overwhelming, but…

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King Remo Sound System, First Of Its Kind In San Antonio, Texas 

Published Sunday, September 29, 2019. Kimberly Small - Staff Reporter - The Gleaner (Jamaica, WI)

At just about two years old, King Remo Sound System is saddled with the responsibility of being San Antonio, Texas’ first point of reference for reggae and dancehall culture. Built from scratch by Mexican-American reggae artist, Sgt Remo, the irie entertainer has found himself in a pioneering position - introducing sound system culture to a space that previously had none. 

Sgt. Remo was born in Juarez, Mexico,…

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