Reggae From Around The World. Catch the Vibes!
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New music out of the JR camp. We can officially expect the official release date of Yung J.R's debut album "Start The Movement". The album is scheduled for release on September 8, 2015 on his website www.yungjr.com and on the iTunes store.
"Start The Movement" comprises 11 tracks and features acts such as Dre Island, King Jammys, Cali P and Keida. Yung Jr has released some uplifting and positive music over the last few months and…Continue
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International reggae singer Da’ville is back with a New Single called Steal My Girl. Jah Cure covered John Legends ‘All Of Me’ and a reggae twist on popular music is the ticket across music charts across the globe at the moment.
“This song was originally done by the English pop group, One Direction. It’s a song I fell in love with after hearing it the first…Continue
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Straight out of St Catherine JA Tony Anthony is still on the road! When interviewed on Reggae Roots & Bass, I was astounded by this mans voice, im thinking Tom Jones and Thunderball. Tony started pursuing singing at the age of 14, when a chance encounter with Glen Washington at a high school concert became the catalyst for his entry into music. Washington complimented him on his unique voice and encouraged him to pursue music as a career. After well-received performances in some Canada’s…Continue
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New music out of the Bebble Rock camp! Koro Fyah is back with his second official Single “Eyes Red”. The record is labelled as a Ganja anthem and has been crafted and produced by one of Jamaica’s biggest rappers Kabaka Pyramid and mixed by Roland McDermot at Circle House Studios.
The track is a celebration of the cannabis plant and its many uses declaring “ the herb a mi tonic, boil it in mi tea sweeten it with the molasses, plant it in my garden with the lettuce and the…Continue
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A friend of the show, Micah Shemaiah has dropped his Original Dread album
Much anticipated by fans across the globe. The album has been produced by Will Tee of Descendant Music & Micah Abrahams from the WeGeneration Music camp. The album has been released on the descendant Music Label and mixed by Will Tee. Micah is consistent in providing amazing artwork on his vinyl’s and cd’s and this album is no different as the artwork was created by Mau Mau.
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North London representing Natty is back with a new album, due for release early 2016. Having had the pleasure of interviewing Natty at Boomtown Fair this year, this is a spiritual album and crafted and well thought out.
The First release from the album will be single Gaia, was released on 7th August 2015 from Natty's website www.nattymusic.com as well as the usual outlets. The track was exceptionally well received in Nattys performance at…Continue
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Stoked to be a sponsor again this year for Shoreline Jam! Come visit us at the Surf Roots booth! Tickets: www.QueenMary.com
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Tickets & info: www.EdmontonReggaeFestival.com
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Sun, Oct 18th @ Riverside Live in Riverside. Tickets: www.RiversideLive.com
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Bob Marley is a global icon, a musical prophet, whose words and vision forever changed
the world. His image and music evoke a rich legacy and emotional connection that
transcends generation, ethnicity, gender, and geography. In today’s high paced,
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