David Rodigan has announced a forthcoming autobiography titled My Life In Reggae, detailing his four decades working in the scene.
Nothing short of a legend in both reggae and the dance music world as a whole, Rodigan, now 65, is renowned for his championing of the genre, huge stockpile of dubplates and activity on the mic.
Currently still regularly playing festivals, while also presenting his BBC Radio 1Xtra show each week, Rodigan remains an integral part of the reggae scene today.
His book, My Life In Reggae, is due for release on 20th March. Rodigan will embark on a UK tour from 3rd to 26th March, promoting the book with Q&A sessions and gigs featuring Gilles Peterson, Jazzie B of Soul II Soul, Massive Attack's Daddy G and Mungo's Hi-Fi.
To pre-order the book head to Rodigan's website.
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