Seaview Gardens

Seaview Gardens is a community in the West Kingston section of Kingston, Jamaica. It is known for the reggae superstars who grew up there.[1] Musicians such as Dexta Daps have paid tribute to the area in song, noting violence and struggle, but also community and culture such as Shabba Ranks mom cooking (Shabba Madda Pot).[2]

In October 2017 residents protested poor road conditions in the area.[3] In December 2017, the government of Jamaica announced the opening of Drug Serv Pharmacy at the community's health centre.[4]


  1. Morgan, Simone (6 February 2014). "Welcome to Seaview Gardens". Jamaica Observer. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
  2. "Jamaica's Dexta Daps is Going Global".
  3. "Seaview Gardens' road demonstration draws Anthony Hylton's attention".
  4. "Residents Welcome Drug Serv Pharmacy at Seaview Gardens Health Centre - Jamaica Information Service". Jamaica Information Service. 27 December 2017.
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