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Monday, April 2, 2012

Snoop Dogg Crafting a Reggae Album With Major Lazer's Help

Snoop Dogg had promised his upcoming album will have "the element of surprise," and based on words in the streets, he will definitely deliver on that promise.


Snoop has sought the help of hit maker Major Lazer to help him craft a reggae album. "What we're doing is a reggae record ... It's all reggae and [Snoop's] singing and he's doing an awesome job. I never knew it, but he had his heart in every song." explained Diplo, a founding member of Major Lazer.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Proceeds from Gramps Morgan's New Single, 'Life Too Short' to be Donated to the family of Trayvon Martin

Soulful Reggae star, Gramps Morgan has taken a stance in solidarity with the family of Trayvon Martin, the 17 year old boy recently killed in South Florida. 

To date, the man who shot and killed Trayvon has not been charged. So in an effort to support the Martin family's demand for justice, Dada Son is donating a portion of the proceeds from the iTunes sales of Gramps' new single, 'Life Too Short'.

 "Yes Rasta!" American-Jamaican crooner, Gramps Morgan is unleashing another anthem with his unique brand of 'Rockaz'. His first single 'Life Too Short' emerges from his upcoming second, solo album, Reggae Music Lives which will be released on April 24 2012, in time for Mother's Day.

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Bristol Reggae Explosion Back With a Third Volume

Bristol Archive Records is back with the third volume of its Bristol Reggae Archive collection which is set for release on March 19, 2012 . The album “Bristol Reggae Explosion Volume 3 – The 1980s Part 2,” will feature 15 tracks, with all of 11 of them previously unreleased. The songs selected all provide a great overview of the diversity of ideas and styles that were bubbling away in 1980s Bristol reggae music scene.

Monday, January 9, 2012

DJ Slik's Exclusive Interview With Jah Cure in Dubai

Longtime friend of Jah Cure, Krunkmaster DJ Slik met up with Jah Cure while he was in Dubai. Check out the full interview below.



Courtesy of: 340pm.com and krunknation.com

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Bob Marley & The Wailers - Live at The Forum in Copenhaguen, Denmark 1980 [AUDIO]

Bob Marley and the Wailers performing live at The Forum in Copenhaguen, Denmark 1980.

Whether audio or video, this man's performance can never grow stale.


Monday, January 2, 2012

Tribute to the Legends 2012 in California

The Tribute to the Legends Reggae Festival, formerly known as "Bob Marley Day" will again, with its 31st installment deliver a spectacular line-up of Reggae acts from Jamaica, Europe, and Africa.

The two day event scheduled for February 18th and 19th, will this year deliver live performances from King Yellowman, Johnny Osbourne, Don Carlos, J-Boog, Junior Reid, Alborosie, plus a host of other stars.

Laden - Call Me [Official Video]

Now Available Here On Itunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/call-me-single/id466115710 ... Music video by Laden performing Call Me. © 2012 Gwallaz Inc., Manufactured and Marketed by Vp Records Inc

SINGING MELODY - "They Call Me Mr. Melody" FULL ALBUM SAMPLER


International and award winning reggae vocalist Singing Melody makes a triumphant return to center stage with his sixth solo album "They Call Me Mr. Melody". 

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Jewish Reggae Star Matisyahu Shaved His Trademark Beard

Hasidic Reggae superstar on Tuesday tweeted a photo of him without his trademark long beard. After if follows a tweet which reads, “At the break of day I look for you at sunrise When the tide comes in I lose my disguise.”  a line taken from "Thunder," a song off his album "Light".


On a blog posted on his website he later wrote, "No more Chassidic reggae superstar. Sorry folks, all you get is me…no alias.

Monday, December 12, 2011

Jah Cure in Dubai: Talks Collaborating With Arabs And Why "World Cry" is Delayed

Jah Cure who on Tuesday wrapped filming of his new video for "Looking At Me" in Dubai granted a rare and candid interview to the country's news outlet  The National. In it the reggae artist talks about possibly collaborating with Arab artists, and why "World Cry" is so long delayed.


"The song, which I co-wrote is called Looking At Me because people look at you for different reasons - because you're a star, or you dress nice. It might be the way you talk, what you drive or the way you are living," he said, with an unmistakable Jamaican accent. "So, I see you looking at me. It's a simple concept like everyday things." Cure said.