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Doo Run Riddim – Escucha con Music Unlimited

Doo Run Riddim Mr Doo Production Escucha con Music Unlimited Keep on Moving – de Mezmo Roc One 3:44 Steppin Hot – de Eski 3:41 Baby Baby – de King Knemisis & Vida 3:43 Prayer – de Abba Doo 3:42 Run Run – de Kevin Lawrence 3:32 Bangarang – de Disturb 3:19 I Get Money [Clean] – de Amber Lee 2:09 I Get Money (Raw) [Explicit] – de Amber Lee 2:09 Drive Me Insane – de Shaggy, Rayvon 3:05 Things You Do – de Bounty Killer & Brian & Tony Gold 3:52

Yendis – Rock All Riddim Medley Mix

Featured artists: Anthony B, Dreama, Jah Cure, Lutan Fyah, Richie Spice, Sizzla, Turbulence Productions: Reggae Vibes Music 1. Sizzla – Get Out A Babylon System 2. Jah Cure – You Can’t See My Soul 3. Lutan Fyah – Have Mercy 4. Turbulence – Stop The Fighting 5. Bescenta – Fire Bun 6. Fiyaneer – We Baal 7. Richie Spice – Got You Baby 8. Anthony B – Close To You 9. Dreama – Country Girl 10.Powerman – Deep In My Soul 11.Snatcha Lion – You RUle 12.Kendallaz – Love You Mama 13.Rufftop Rock I – Life Is What You Make It Download Stream / Buy

Cryptorastas: meet the first NFTs of the reggae scene

The NFT issue has given rise to talk, and its rapid expansion is the subject of analysis by experts around the world. To summarize: NFT is a form of Digital Certificate, which confirms that a digital work is original and exclusive. This is done with blockchain technology – the same used to create bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. From this, artists can sell their digital arts (jpg, gif, video, audio, etc.) and fans can collect, and also sell, invest and support. Among several, Cryptopunks is one of the projects that attract the most attention. Launched in 2017 and today valued at millions of dollars, they have become a kind of subculture within the NFT world, with several other projects inspired by… Continue reading Cryptorastas: meet the first NFTs of the reggae scene

Yendis – Ruff Times Riddim Medley Mix

Produced by Jeremy “Redd Lion” Gray for his label I-Sight Records. With relevant, positive, conscious messages and a head nodding groove, this release is sure to create a powerful impact in these Ruff Times we are living in today. 1. Bobby Tenna – Ruff Times 2. Sahie – No like Lose 3. Jahricio & AboriJah – One Life to Live 4. Joshua Hales – Unification 5. Lutan Fyah – No Gold Spoon 6. Ras Zacharri – Omnipotent 7. Redd Lion – Ruff Times Riddim Download  

The day Manchester’s punks, reggae fans and skins stood together against the Far Right

Thomas Blower’s images from the open air concert have been sitting in storage since he took them in 1978 It was the day Manchester came together to stand against the Far Right – and dance to some really good bands. On July 15, 1978, around 40,000 reggae lovers, punks and skins made their way to Alexandra Park in Whalley Range for the Rock Against Racism Northern Carnival. On the bill that day were local heroes Buzzcocks, roots reggae giants Steel Pulse and Lancaster punks China Street. But street photographer Thomas Blower was more interested in capturing what was happening in the crowd. The black and white images he took that day have been sitting in storage ever since, until they… Continue reading The day Manchester’s punks, reggae fans and skins stood together against the Far Right

Bob Marley statue to be unveiled in Liverpool

Positive Vibration Festival are delighted to announce that they have commissioned a 7ft tall statue of cultural icon, Bob Marley. The artwork is to be created by sculptor Andy Edwards who is well known in Liverpool for his brilliant Beatles statue on Liverpool’s Waterfront. After a turbulent and difficult year for everyone, divisiveness has come to define a lot of public discourse. It was for this reason that Positive Vibration Festival came up with the idea for a Bob Marley statue. The universality of Bob Marley’s message of love, unity and hope is much needed, and the festival wanted to pay tribute to that message and hopefully inspire people. After seeing the impact that Andy Edwards’ Beatles and Mohammed Ali… Continue reading Bob Marley statue to be unveiled in Liverpool

Yendis – Serious Time Riddim Medley Mix

Featured artists: Anthony B, Chuck Fenda, Jah Bouks, Kuzzik, Turbulence, Zamunda Label: House of Riddim Download This compilation has contributions from reggae veterans such as Anthony B, Turbulence, Perfect Giddimani, Natty King, Chuck Fenda, Delly Ranx, and Jah Bouks, mixed tightly with top Local and international names such as Teacha Dee, Zamunda, Rebellion the Recaller, Kuzikk, Klyve, Da Fuchaman, Don Tippa and Ras Nelson. With such a heavy collection of songs, one will hardly be able to decide where to start for his/her listening pleasure. This majestic roots reggae riddim, composed with triumphant horns and a riveting bassline, will certainly be a wonderful addition to your roots reggae catalogue.

“Version Excursion” An ode to cover songs selected by Don Letts

Don Letts has curated the latest instalment of the Late Night Tales compilation series, called Version Excursion, released via Late Night Tales this September. Version Excursion – Selected By Don Letts by Late Night Tales Its 21 tracks feature music by artists including Dennis Bovell, John Holt, Ash Walker, Cornell Campbell, Khruangbin, Mad Professor, Quantic, Gentleman’s Dub Club, and The Tamlins, and more.  

Famous Reggae studio remembered in Tooting

In a Caribbean bakery on a bustling road in Tooting lies an unusual secret. Mixed Blessings, on Mitcham Road, now serves bread, buns and patties, but it was once home to a famous recording studio. In the 1970s-80s Tooting Music Centre (TMC) hosted some of the biggest names in the business – from Black Slate, Sly and Leroy Smart. Legend has it Bob Marley once walked the studio’s halls. But in 1987 the studio faded away, after the owner Bernie’s son was killed by a drunk driver, and it became a bakery shortly after. Out of all the sounds coming out of the studio, Reggae was the most prominent. This month, a blue plaque has been funded by the public… Continue reading Famous Reggae studio remembered in Tooting