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Local beach blanket reggae musician Fitzroy, a.k.a. Jason Jeffers, dredlocked Barbados transplant, ex-Miami Herald reporter, and man about town, has posted his first music video on YouTube.

The video is shot in Barbados and Jeffers says it is the first in a series telling the story of the album. He admits it's "a tad sappy", but hey, love hurts. Jeffers also has this bio about his latest album, Paradise Low, where he confirms our suspicions that he might be the rootsiest man in Miami. --Emily Witt

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