- Judy Mowatt, Rita Marley and Marcia Griffiths
Ten years after entering the music business, Marcia
united with Judy Mowatt and Rita Marley to form the
I-Threes as an important part of the Bob Marley entourage.
“Words are not enough to express my experience
with the I-Threes and Bob Marley and the Wailers”,
says Marcia. “What a blessing to be so privileged.....to
have shared this experience”.
Currently Marcia is one of the leading female artists
on the Reggae scene.
out with the electric boogie, doing the
Marcia gained solo international recognition with her
monster hit “Electric Boogie.” This song
was first recorded in 1982 and went to the #1 spot on
the Jamaican charts. Sales continued over the years
and in 1989, a Washington, DC Disc Jockey started playing
it regularly and in no time, it caught on and hit the
station’s regular rotation list.
A new dance, the Electric Slide, was created from the
“Electric Boogie” song and as a result,
sales soared and the “Electric Slide” became
popular all over the U.S. The song and dance have been
featured on the Oprah Winfrey and Phil Donahue shows,
and the video has been aired many times on the Black
Entertainment TV (BET) and other nationwide music networks.
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