VARIOUS ARTISTS – Millenium Movie Star

VARIOUS ARTISTS Millenium Movie Star Black Cinderella Productions / YeYex Multimedia / VPAL Music   Sister Carol & Nakeeba Amaniyea – Be Alone Glen Washington – Destiny Sister Nancy – Ram Up Ova Deh Scion Success – Roll Roll Lady G – Next To Me Michael Palmer – Tell Me Why Marcia Aitken – Movie Star Willow Wilson – Jahovah Hempress Sativa – All I Want Sammy Dread – Bad Minded So Empress Treajah – Consider me Albert ‘Ilawi’ Johnson – The Master Lady Ann – Wonderfull Day Tilly Beng – Chant Down Babylon

Various Artists – Fresh Budz Riddim

Various Artists Fresh Budz Riddim BREAD BACK PRODUCTIONS   Sizzla – Lies on the News Lutan Fyah – House and Land ATARU – Jah Jah Treat MI Nice Natty King – Instead a War Nesbeth – Me Love Me Delly Ranx – Rain a Fall Lady G – Laugh Classical Eska – See It in Your Eyes KIMECO – Daddy I Love U BREAD BACK – Fresh Budz Riddim

The Women Essential To Reggae And Dancehall

In honor of Women’s History Month, highlights some of the foundational women who have shaped the sounds of reggae and dancehall as well as spotlights one artist who is taking one of the genres into the future When many people think of reggae, one name immediately comes to mind: Bob Marley. The legend is just one of many prominent men — including the late Bunny Wailer and Toots Hibbert — whose voice and production work get major credit for shaping the popular Jamaican genre as well as other sounds of the Caribbean. The reality is, women have built much of Jamaica’s musical scene. From the freedom sounds of ska to reggae’s conscious lyrics and grooving downbeat — which originated… Continue reading The Women Essential To Reggae And Dancehall

Shaggy to present four-part weekly series on BBC Radio 2

In Shaggy’s Reggae Hotshots, the singer will be guiding listeners through 60 years of music from his homeland island of Jamaica and celebrating everything from Ska to Rocksteady, Reggae to Dancehall. Artists featured include Bob Marley, Black Uhuru, Marcia Griffiths, Shabba Ranks, Lady G, Queen Ifrica, Gregory Isaacs, Jada Kingdom, Maxi Priest, Peter Tosh, Shenseea, Sean Paul and many more. The show airs each Saturday from 2 October, 9-10pm. Shaggy says: “I’m looking forward to sharing some of the music that has helped shaped me and that I listened to growing up – some of the songs and artists that have represented my home, Jamaica, across the globe – only on BBC Radio 2.”

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