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  • "Big tings are gwaan mon, outta Mwashita and enter Dongo mon," sang Dongo-fan Silverstone, in the pseudo-Jamaican accent popular with young reggae lovers in this Southern African nation of

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A new single with Zinc, Wile Out, is a metallic, harder-edged take on funky house; Ms Dynamite is once again on fine form on it, switching adeptly between singing and classic dancefloor MCing, exhorting a crowd to "gwaan, get deep, make a scene, wile out!" in ¬≠rapid-fire patois.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • We come to see Briggy, a him why we come a the show, and a bear idiot thing gwaan.

    Jammin Reggae Archives

  • "We are very, very serious that we have to begin now to bring a kind of governance to this country that will ensure that we don't just see corruption and say, 'cho, a nu nuttin, mek it gwaan, it's a likkle hustling, it's nothing'," he declared.

    Jamaica Information Service

  • Shabba has proven that even with age he has not changed, full of energy and lyrics still a gwaan good.

    Jammin Reggae Archives

  • But mi gwaan make de whole ah dem guh dung same way!

    Prefix

  • For the record, I've crammed the following 13 tracks into my 7 minutes (no numerology a gwaan, trust me); and while I tease some tracks in and out, the general sequence is as follows -

    wayneandwax.com

  • "Mi love how mi side a gwaan," says Clive, a life-long supporter of the club.

    Jamaica - Full Feed

  • a nuff daggerin did a gwaan in a dat bus fi mek them loose total control

    JamaicaObserver.com | Lead Stories

  • "Hear wah gwaan now mi link, Vivian deh a prison a foreign eno but a him brother use to govern certain tings and did a lock di money fi him ...

    Jamaica Star Online

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  • Jamaican slang for 'go on'.

    November 6, 2010