Riverside/San Bernardino Map Tourist Attractions on Now a commonplace, Dube became the first black artist to be played on white radio. Building on the success of his albums, Dube routinely played to crowds topping 65,000 and became internationally recognized as a new and powerful voice in reggae. Buoyed by his popularity as a singer, Dube appeared opposite John 87 Dube Savage in the 1989 motion picture Voice in the Dark. Prisoner, released in 1989, achieved double platinum status in five days, and in 1991 Dube became the first South African ever to perform at the prestigious Sunsplash Festival in Jamaica. An electrifying performer, Dube wowed the discerning reggae crowd and earned the further distinction of becoming the first and only artist ever to be recalled to the stage for a 25 minute encore. Recognized as the preeminent non?Jamaican performer of reggae, Lucky Dube and the Slaves shared world-wide stages with other international artists concerned with social justice like Peter Gabriel, Sinead O’Connor, Sting, and Midnight Oil. On the evening of October 18, 2007, moments after dropping off his 16-year-old son and 15-yearold daughter at the gate of his brother’s home in Rosettenville, a suburb south of Johannesburg, three carjackers shot the 43-year-old singer at close range as he sat in his Chrysler. Riverside/San Bernardino Map Tourist Attractions 2016.