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Roman Stewart, also known as Romeo Stewart and 'Mr. Special' (born 11 May 1957, Kingston, Jamaica, died 25 January 2004, New York City) was a reggae singer. Stewart won the Festival Song Contest in 1975. Roman was the younger brother of Tinga Stewart, and recorded his first single, "Walking Down The Street" in 1968. He recorded further singles in the early 1970s for producers Derrick Harriott ("Changing Times") and Glen Brown ("Never Too Young").
Profile of the performer Roman Stewart: Born in 1957, Roman Stewart was the younger brother of. Singing on the streets for money as a kid already, he made his first recording in 1968, being only 11 years old. His first breakthrough came 1974 with the hit "Hooray Festival", followed by "Hit Song" in 1976. Roman recorded for some of the biggest Jamaican producers, like, and, for whom he recorded his famous "Rice And Peas" in 1979
The Jamaica Festival Song, also called the the Popular Song Competition, and before 1990 known as the Independence Festival Song Competition, first took. 1973 - Morvin Brooks; Song: Jump In The Line. 1974 - Tinga Stewart; Song: Play de Music. 1975 - Roman Stewart; Song: Hooray Festival. 1976 - Freddie McKay; Song: Dance This Ya Festival. 1977 - Eric Donaldson; Song: Sweet Jamaica. 1978 - Eric Donaldson; Song: Land Of My Birth. 1979 - The Astronauts; Song: Born Jamaican. 1980 - Stanley & The Turbines; Song: Come Sing With Me. 1981 - Tinga Stewart; Song: Nuh Wey Nuh Betta Dan Yard. 1982 - The Astronauts; Song: Mek Wi Jam. 1983 - Ras Karbi; Song: Jamaica I'll Never Leave You.
|A||–Roman Stewart||Hooray Festival|
|B||–Festival Band||Dub Festival|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Playback
- Copyright (c) – Woodwater Music
- Arranged By – Willie Lindo
- Producer – Pluto Shervington
- Written-By – Tinga Stewart
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