Don’t miss the ‘Reggae Girlz Takeover’ of Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Radio with Jamaica National Women’s Soccer Team star Tiffany Cameron

Get hyped for the Jamaica National Women’s Soccer Team-U.S. National Women’s Soccer Team match with a takeover by Jamaican forward and mid-fielder Tiffany Cameron.

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June 9, 2021

In advance of the Jamaica National Women’s Soccer Team match against the U.S. National Women’s Soccer Team, hear Jamaica’s forward and mid-fielder Tiffany Cameron taking over Guest DJ duties for Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Radio (Ch. 19) on June 10 at 3pm ET.

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Before the Reggae Girlz and the USWNT meet on the pitch for their international friendly this June 13 at 10pm ET (telecast on Fox Sports 1), Tiffany will play some of her favorite tracks, including “Lockdown” by Koffee, “One Draw” by Rita Marley, and more during the Reggae Girlz Takeover. The spirited Ohio State alum who majored in communications is also a musical artist known for her constant companion red boombox and vigilance on Instagram; Tiffany loves music and will share that love and good energy over the airwaves. After the special premieres, hear it again on June 12 at 11am ET and June 13 at 5pm ET, as well as anytime on the SiriusXM app.

Since 2014, Cedella Marley has served as global ambassador for the Jamaica Women’s Football Programme, working tirelessly through the Bob Marley Foundation to bring much-needed awareness, support, and funding to these talented athletes. In 2018, the Jamaica Women’s National Soccer Team (aka The Reggae Girlz) officially made history by becoming the FIRST Caribbean country to qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The Reggae Girlz Foundation is a grassroots movement to support the growth of Jamaica women’s soccer and nurture those players willing to work hard to excel in the sport by providing the tools, coaching, and educational support necessary to play at the international level. For more information, visit

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