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St Lucian residing in jacksonville Florida listens to the new Real Strong Radio.

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Welcome to Real Strong Radio (Robert FM), the home of great music. Click here to tune in now!

Real Strong Radio (Robert FM) is an internet radio station. It is licensed by Loud City USA and is not for-profit. This station was set up in memory of Robert Joseph 22nd April 1957 - October 13th 2006. He was from the Caribbean island of St Lucia.

This station is a musical celebration hi-lighting Roots Reggae / Rhythms of the Caribbean and all kinds of Rastaman music for all kinds of people. Listen to this station on Winamp, Windows Media Player, Real and iTunes. Click on the logo of your choice on the upper right corner of this page and open or save the desired player to your computer and you are good to go listen to our stream.

Thank you for visiting our site, We would appreciate your support, first by listening to us and in any other way that would help us improve this new station and keep it on the air.


Mina Johnson's girls
Where there is Love there is a constant flow of music
Music is a flame
Its blazes are the blazes of Jah.
Many waters are not able to extinquish This Love, This Flame, This Music.
Music and Love is what I give to you...

Latest News
Ronnie Davis gets unplugged
Veteran roots reggae singer Ronnie Davis, known to many as a member of The Itals, flies solo for Iyahcoustic, his latest album. Iyahcoustic was recorded in Jamaica at Grafton Studios and Anchor Recording and is produced by singer Henry 'Sadiki' Buckley Jr, owner of Skinny Bwoy Records.
Naomi Campbell's idol is Boy George
The 46-year-old supermodel was a huge fan of the singer and his band Culture Club when she was growing up and now feels lucky to have starred in two of the group's videos and to call her idol a "friend". She said: "He was my childhood idol and I'm glad to be able to call him a personal friend.
Wailers war on
Former members of Jamaican reggae band The Wailers, which played alongside Bob Marley, are going to court to try to stop the group they left from performing under the same name. Aston "Family Man" Barrett and other ex-Wailers members said in a petition filed in a Virginia Beach court this week that the reggae group currently performing as The Wailers is a sham because it includes no members of the original band.


Young Males Castries St Lucia

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Comments by Phillys From Canada

It's all of those little blessings I look forward to in my life...it's those little things that count...I guess if I was being negative and in the dark God would not bless me with all those friends I've come to know...and one more thing I even recieved a wonderful invitation by someone who read my comments on the Mon Repos Community Website.

You guys will be hearing about it soon.

While I'm at it let me say Hi to Mitch Michel of Real Strong Radio! You are so amazing. Thanks for everything! It pays to just be nice...

Wednesday, February 27, 2008 at 13:53