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Snow

  • Oct 30, 1969 (age 50)
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2007
Two Sides to Every Mountain
AlbumDec 11, 2007

Two Sides to Every Mountain

Two Sides to Every Mountain released.
2003
Reggae Recording of the Year
Nomination2003

Reggae Recording of the Year

Nominated for "Two Hands Clapping".
Juno Award
2002
Two Hands Clapping
AlbumNov 19, 2002

Two Hands Clapping

Two Hands Clapping is 2002 album by reggae singer …
Two Hands Clapping is 2002 album by reggae singer Snow. The single "Legal" hit the Canadian Singles Chart, peaking at #13. It was also Snow's only album to have a Parental Advisory sticker.
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Nomination2002

Video of the Year

Nominated for "Plumb Song".
Juno Award
2001
Prison Song
MovieApr 27, 2001

Prison Song

A young man lives and learns while growing up on the …
A young man lives and learns while growing up on the street and in and out of correctional facilities.
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Nomination2001

Best Male Artist

Nominated for Juno Award for Best Male Artist.
Juno Award
Pop Album of the Year
Nomination2001

Pop Album of the Year

Nominated for "Mind on the Moon".
Juno Award
Nomination2001

Songwriter of the Year

Nominated for "Everybody Wants to Be Like You".
Juno Award
2000
Mind on the Moon
AlbumOct 10, 2000

Mind on the Moon

Mind on the Moon is an album by Canadian reggae …
Mind on the Moon is an album by Canadian reggae musician Snow, released in 2000. Despite being his fifth album, this was the first disc since his 1993 debut 12 Inches of Snow that Snow returned to the pop charts and received mainstream airplay on both radio and television.
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1999
Cooler Conditions
AlbumSep 13, 1999

Cooler Conditions

Cooler Conditions is the fourth studio album by Canadian …
Cooler Conditions is the fourth studio album by Canadian reggae musician Snow. Released only in Japan, many of the tracks later appeared on the more widely released Mind on the Moon album. The tracks Someday Somehow, "Everybody Wants to Be Like You", Jimmy Hat and The Plumb Song were remixed and recorded again for the Mind on the Moon release.
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1998
Reggae Recording of the Year
Nomination1998

Reggae Recording of the Year

Nominated for "Justuss".
Juno Award
1997
Justuss
AlbumJan 14, 1997

Justuss

Justuss is Canadian reggae musician Snow's third …
Justuss is Canadian reggae musician Snow's third album. Like his second album Murder Love, Justuss is primarily a reggae album performed in Jamaican Patois and featured fellow reggae stars such as Yami Bolo, Nadine Sutherland, Buju Banton, Beenie Man, and Terror Fabulous. Because of his criminal record, Snow was unable to obtain a visa to promote Justuss in the United States. Despite being banned from Japan as well in 1996, the single "Boom Boom Boogie" reached number 29 in Japan.
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1996
Nomination1996

Reggae Recording of the Year

Nominated for Juno Award …
Nominated for Juno Award for Reggae Recording of the Year.
Juno Award
1995
SongMar 28, 1995

Dream
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SongMar 28, 1995

Let's Get It On
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Murder Love
AlbumFeb 21, 1995

Murder Love

Murder Love is Canadian reggae musician Snow’s second …
Murder Love is Canadian reggae musician Snow’s second album. While his preceding album (12 Inches of Snow) featured a wide array of musical genres fusing hip-hop, pop, and reggae, Murder Love was recorded in Jamaica and primarily featured dancehall tracks. A number of songs featured dancehall legends Ninjaman, Half Pint, White Mice, and Nadine Sutherland, and Junior Reid produced and appeared on the track "Si Wi Dem Nuh Know We". While not producing a hit in the United States, the track "Sexy Girl" reached number one in Japan (becoming the 6th biggest hit of 1995) and the "Anything for You" remix became the top-selling single of 1995 in Jamaica. Ultimately, Murder Love reached number one the U.S. Reggae charts and "Si We Dem Nuh Know We" was nominated for a Juno for best reggae recording. Due to his criminal record, Snow was unable to enter the United States and promote the album.
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1994
Reggae Recording of the Year
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Award1994

Reggae Recording of the Year

Won award for "Informer".
Juno Award
Reggae Recording of the Year
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Nomination1994

Reggae Recording of the Year

Nominated for "Informer".
Juno Award
Nomination1994

Best Male Artist

Nominated for Juno Award for Best Male Artist.
Juno Award
Album of the Year
Nomination1994

Album of the Year

Nominated for "12 Inches of Snow".
Juno Award
1993
12 Inches of Snow
AlbumJan 19, 1993

12 Inches of Snow

12 Inches of Snow is the debut album by Canadian …
12 Inches of Snow is the debut album by Canadian reggae musician Snow, released in 1993. Edmond Leary and MC Shan produced the entire album, apart from one track which was produced by John Ficarrotta. The album was produced shortly before Snow was imprisoned for a year on an assault charge. Upon his release from prison, his first single "Informer" became a chart topping hit. It later went on to become one of the largest-selling reggae records of all time.
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SongJan 19, 1993

Champion Sound
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SongJan 19, 1993

Girl, I've Been Hurt
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SongJan 19, 1993

Runway
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SongJan 19, 1993

Lady With the Red Dress
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SongJan 19, 1993

Lonely Monday Morning
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1990
The Word
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TV ShowAug 10, 1990

The Word

The Word was a 1990s Channel 4 television programme in …
The Word was a 1990s Channel 4 television programme in the United Kingdom. which took its name from the regular column covering up and coming Manchester bands in the Manchester Evening News written by Terry Christian.
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1969
Snow
BirthOctober 1969

Snow

Snow was born.
1964
Top of the Pops
TV ShowJan 1, 1964

Top of the Pops

Top of the Pops, also known as TOTP, is a British music …
Top of the Pops, also known as TOTP, is a British music chart television programme, made by the BBC and originally broadcast weekly between 1 January 1964 and 30 July 2006. The world's longest running weekly music show, TOTP was shown every Thursday evening on BBC One, except for a short period on Fridays in mid-1973, and again in autumn 1974, before once again being moved to Fridays at 7:30 pm in 1996 and then to Sundays on BBC Two in 2005. Each weekly show consisted of performances from some of that week's best-selling popular music records, usually excluding any tracks moving down the chart, including a rundown of that week's singles chart. This was originally the Top 20, changing to the Top 30 during the 1970s and the Top 40 in the 80s. The distinctive TOTP theme tune – a riff of Led Zeppelin's "Whole Lotta Love" – first appeared in 1973 as the background music to the chart countdown.
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