Top Ranking Reggae Songs of 2014

Top Ranking Reggae Songs of 2014

Stephen Marley, Capleton, and Sizzla – “Rock Stone”
Protoje & Chronixx – “Who Knows”
Rebelution – “Fade Away”
Stephen Marley, Damian Marley, & Spragga Benz – “Bongo Nyah”
SOJA & Collie Buddz – “She Stills Love Me”
Pressure, Tarrus Riley, and Damian Marley – “Mental Disturbance”
Damian Marley – “Is It Worth It (Gunman World)”
Dre Island – “Live Forever”
Jah Sun – “Roots, Rock, Reggae”
Kabaka Pyramid – “Never Gonna Be A Slave”
Collie Buddz & Rebelution – “Had To Be The One”
Josey Wales – “Ready Fi Josey”
Tarrus Riley & Dean Frazer – “Cry No More”
Sean Paul & Iggy Azelea – “Wickedest Style”
Ali Campbell – “Cyber Bully Boys”
Kymani Marley – “Get High”
Anthony B & Dubmatix – “Detonator”
Chronixx – “Capture Land”
Wayne Marshall – “On The Corner”
Stick Figure & Collie Buddz – “Smokin’ Love”
Delly Ranx – “Sweet Reggae”
Richie Spice – “Reggae Music”
Tarrus Riley, Big Youth, & Mr. Cheeks – “Five Days”
Busy Signal – “Money Flow”
Tanya Stephens – “Wine Up On Mi”
Sean Paul & Konshens – “Want Dem All”
Prince Fatty, Top Cat, & Mungo’s Hi-Fi – “Herbalist”
Chronixx – “Rastaman Wheel Out”
Young J.R – “General”
Papa Michigan & Yami Bolo – “People Rise”
Busy Signal – “Nah Follow Dem”
Wayne Marhsall – “The Boom Draw”
Exco Levi – “Reggae Calling”
Sean Paul & Major Lazer – “Come On To Me”
Lutan Fyah – “Play It (Drums Them Beating)”
Notis & Iba Mahr – “Diamond Sox”
Kabaka Pyramid – “World Wide Love”
Spring Wata – “Hold Firm”
Ali Campbell – “Silhouette”
Pressure – “Virgin Islands Nice”
Richie Spice & Jah Sun – “Can’t Live Good”
Tarrus Riley & Whippa Demus – “Special Occasion”
Sizzla – “Gangsta”
Don Carlos & Rebelution – “Roots Reggae Music”
I-Wayne & Kabaka Pyramid – “Versatile”
Anuhea & SOJA – “Easier”
Jahdan Blakkmoore & Kabaka Pyramid – “For the Children”
Ali Campbell – “History”
Gyptian – “Stuck”
Sizzla – “Champion Sound (Spoonbill Remix)”
Sizzla – “Champion Sound”
Burro Banton – “Bad Like Mi”
Gentleman & Shaggy – “Warn Dem (Unplugged)”
Cham – “Wah Gwaan”
Gentleman’s Dub Club – “Give It Away”
Raging Fyah – “Jah Glory”
Million Stylez & DJ Hard2Def – Baddis Ting (Trappin’ Refix)
Tarrus Riley – “Burning Desire”
Matisyahu & Collie Buddz – “Confidence”
Jah Sun – “Babylon Funeral”
Chronixx – “Like A Whistle”
Jah Cure – “All of Me”
Micah Shemaiah, Infinite, & Matthias – “Reggae Rockit”
Duane Stephenson – “Cool Runnings”
Cornell Campbell & Burro Banton – “Pressure”
Tanya Stephens – “Unapologetic”
Jah Sun – “Rise As One”
Christopher Martin – “Steppin’ Razor”
Popcaan – “Everything Nice”
Magic! – “Rude”
Busy Signal – “Greetings”
Michael Franti & SOJA – “I Believe”
Tommy Lee Sparta – “Hero”
No Maddz – “Shotta”
Romain Virgo – “Stay With Me”
Jah Sun – “Never Give Up”
Stephen “Ragga” Marley & Damian “Junior Gong” Marley – “Strike Hard”
Skrillex – “Ragga Bomb”
Marina P & Mungo’s Hi Fi – “Divorce A L’Italienne”
Wayne Marhsall, Baby Cham, Ace Hood, & Waka Flocka – “Go Harder”
Toian – “Rude Boys”
Gentleman – “Superior (Unplugged)”
J Boog – “Love Me”
Damian Marley & SOJA – “Your Song”
Julian Marley & Junior Reid – “Never Too Ruff”
Jah Sun & Chronixx – “Top Rankin”
I-Wayne – “Seeking Souls”
Sizzla – “Make It Right”
Jah’lil – “One Wrong One Right”
Etana – “Trigger”
Jo Mersa – “Sunshine”
Konshens – “The Journey”
Shaggy – “Work So Hard”
Damian “Junior Gong” Marley – “Hard Work”
Pressure & Jah Mason – “My Herbs”
Busy Signal & Chris Martin – “Lock Di Endz”
Burro Banton – “Inna Mi League”
Collie Buddz – “Nice Up Yourself”
Saba Tooth & Adena Myrie – “Love Is Overdue, Part 2”
Matthew McAnuff – “Be Careful”
Toian – “Kingston Town”
Jo Mersa – “Rock and Swing”
Mala Rodriquez & SOJA – “Like It Used To”
Maxi Priest – “Easy To Love”
Ali Campbell – “Reggae Music”
Lady Ann & Alborosie – “Informa”
Jah Mason – “Wings of Wind”
Sizzla – “Sweet To My Brain”
Gappy Ranks – “Selling Stories”
Exco Levi – “Herb Man”
Mr. Williamz – “Ganja Palace”
Damian “Junior Gong” Marley, Black-Am-I, Biggz General, Jo Mersa, Illestr8 – “The Living Breed”
Bugle – “Anointed”
Brooklyn Jungle Soundsystem – “Kulture (Dubmatix Remix)”
Black-Am-I – “In the Ghetto”
Alkaline – “Gyal Bruk Out”
Mavado & Nicki Minaj – “Give It To Me”
Shuga – “Ride De Riddim”
Raging Fyah – “Dance With Me”
Rocky Duwani – “African Thriller”
Queen Ifrica – “Love Is Not Blind”
Lutan Fyah – “Roll It Up”
Bushman & Skarra Mucci – “Pretty Looks”
Zagga – “Heal the Soul”
Clay – “Shadow After Dark”
Busy Signal – “Professionally”
Jah Cure – “Life We Live”
Christopher Ellis & Irie Love – “Better Than Love (Remix)”
Maxi Priest – “Gravity”
Nahko & SOJA – “Lucid Dreams”
Ali Campbell – “I Want You”
Cham – “Sh@T!”
Tarrus Riley & U-Roy – “Sail Away”
Alborosie & Black Uhuru – “Guess Who’s Coming”
Mavado – “My Own”
DeMarco – “Good Book”
SOJA – “Treading Water”
Ward 21 – “No Trouble We”
D Major – “Real Know Real”
Wayne Marhsall & Tarrus Riley – “Nah Give Up”
Christopher Ellis – “Roller Coaster”
Spice – “Like A Man”
Gyptian & Estelle – “Majestic Love”
Jemere Morgan – “Don’t Mean A Thing”
Gyptian & Kes The Band – “Fete Wet”

Top Ranking Reggae Songs of 2014

Top Ranking Songs of 2014

Sturgill Simpson – “Turtles All The Way Down”
Stephen Marley, Capleton, and Sizzla – “Rock Stone”
The Temples – “Shelter Song”
Protoje & Chronixx – “Who Knows”
Hurrary for the Riff Raff – “The Body Electric”
Rebelution – “Fade Away”
Bleached – “For The Feel”
Stephen Marley, Damian Marley, & Spragga Benz – “Bongo Nyah”
Sturgill Simpson – “Life of Sin”
SOJA & Collie Buddz – “She Stills Love Me”
Robert Plant – “Little Maggie”
Pressure, Tarrus Riley, and Damian Marley – “Mental Disturbance”
Willie Nelson – “Crazy Like Me”
Damian Marley – “Is It Worth It (Gunman World)”
Conor Oberst – “Zigzagging Toward The Light”
Dre Island – “Live Forever”
Sturgill Simpson – “Long White Line”
Gentleman – “Superior (Unplugged)”
Blitzen Trapper – “To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High)”
Clay – “Shadow After Dark”
Frazey Ford – “September Fields (Acoustic)”
Busy Signal – “Money Flow”
Meghan Trainor – “All About That Bass”
Jah Sun – “Roots, Rock, Reggae”
Sylvan Esso – “Coffee”
Kabaka Pyramid – “Never Gonna Be A Slave”
Zack De La Rocha & Run The Jewels – “Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)”
Collie Buddz & Rebelution – “Had To Be The One”
Beck – “Morning”
Josey Wales – “Ready Fi Josey”
Roseanne Cash – “The Long Way Home”
Tarrus Riley & Dean Frazer – “Cry No More”
Willie Nelson & Jamey Johnson – “The Git Go”
Sean Paul & Iggy Azelea – “Wickedest Style”
Belle & Sebastian – “The Party Line”
Ali Campbell – “Cyber Bully Boys”
The Black Keys – “Fever”
Kymani Marley – “Get High”
Charli XCX – “Boom Clap”
Anthony B & Dubmatix – “Detonator”
Sturgill Simpson – “The Promise”
Chronixx – “Capture Land”
Chet Faker – “1998”
Papa Michigan & Yami Bolo – “People Rise”
Wayne Marshall – “On The Corner”
TV on the Radio – “Happy Idiot”
Stick Figure & Collie Buddz – “Smokin’ Love”
The Grouch & Eligh with Kyle of Slightly Stoopid – “People of the Sun”
Delly Ranx – “Sweet Reggae”
Old Crow Medicine Show – “Brushy Mountain Conjugal Trailer”
Richie Spice – “Reggae Music”
Sturgill Simpson – “Voices”
Tarrus Riley, Big Youth, & Mr. Cheeks – “Five Days”
Dr. John – “Let ‘Em In”
Busy Signal – “Nah Follow Dem”
Gentleman’s Dub Club – “Give It Away”
J. Mascis – “Every Morning”
Tanya Stephens – “Wine Up On Mi”
Old Crow Medicine Show 
– “Sweet Amarillo”
Sean Paul & Konshens
– “Want Dem All”
Spoon
– “Inside Out”
Popcaan
– “Everything Nice”
Magic!
– “Rude”
Prince Fatty, Top Cat, & Mungo’s Hi-Fi
– “Herbalist”
Mary J. Blige
– “Whole Damn Year”
Chronixx
– “Rastaman Wheel Out”
Busy Signal
– “Greetings”
Alvvays
– “Archie, Marry Me”
Young J.R
– “General”
Mac Demarco
– “Passing Out Pieces”
Papa Michigan & Yami Bolo
– “People Rise”
Sturgill Simpson – “Just Let Go”
Wayne Marhsall – “The Boom Draw”
First Aid Kid – “My Silver Linings”
Exco Levi – “Reggae Calling”
Latasha Lee – “Watch Me Now”
Sean Paul & Major Lazer – “Come On To Me”
Spoon – “I Just Don’ Understand”
Lutan Fyah – “Play It (Drums Them Beating)”
Willie Nelson – “I Thought I Left You”
Bugle – “Anointed”
Sturgill Simpson – “It Ain’t All Flowers”
Notis & Iba Mahr – “Diamond Sox”
Perry Farrell – “Got To Get You In My Life”
Kabaka Pyramid – “World Wide Love”
Willie Nelson – “I’ve Got A Lot of Traveling To Do”
Spring Wata – “Hold Firm”
DJ Snake & Lil Jon – “Turn Down For What”
I-Wayne & Kabaka Pyramid – “Versatile”
St. Vincent – “Digital Witness”
Ali Campbell – “Silhouette”
Sturgill Simpson – “Panbowl”
Pressure – “Virgin Islands Nice”
Benjamin Booker – “Slow Coming”
Richie Spice & Jah Sun – “Can’t Live Good”
Steve Miller – “Junior’s Farm”
Tarrus Riley & Whippa Demus – “Special Occasion”
Willie Nelson & Billy Joe Shaver – “Hard To Be An Outlaw”
Sizzla – “Gangsta”
Latasha Lee – “Pledging My Love”
Busy Signal & Chris Martin – “Lock Di Endz”
Michael Franti – “Same As It Ever War (Starts Today)”
Don Carlos & Rebelution – “Roots Reggae Music”
Willie Nelson – “The Wall”
Jahdan Blakkmoore & Kabaka Pyramid – “For the Children”
Benjamin Booker – “Violent Shiver”
Anuhea & SOJA – “Easier”
Phish – “Winterqueen”
Ali Campbell – “History”
Jack White – “High Ball Stepper”
Chronixx – “Like A Whistle”
Willie Nelson – “Yesterday”
Gyptian – “Stuck”
Sam Smith – “Stay With Me”
Sizzla – “Champion Sound”
Burro Banton – “Bad Like Mi”
Sizzla – “Champion Sound (Spoonbill Remix)”
Brett Dennen – “Wild Child”
No Maddz – “Shotta”
Cham – “Wah Gwaan”
Zara McFarlane – “Police & Thieves”
Million Stylez & DJ Hard2Def – Baddis Ting (Trappin’ Refix)
Moodyman & Andres – “Lyk U Use 2”
Chronixx – “Spirulina”
Phish – “The Line”
Tarrus Riley – “Burning Desire”
Weezer – “Back To The Shack”
Matisyahu & Collie Buddz – “Confidence”
Jah Sun – “Babylon Funeral”
Ezra Koenig & Karen O – “The Moon Song”
Jah Cure – “All of Me”
Micah Shemaiah, Infinite, & Matthias – “Reggae Rockit”
Phish – “Wombat”
Michael Franti & SOJA – “I Believe”
Skrillex – “Ragga Bomb”
Tanya Stephens – “Unapologetic”
Mr. Williamz – “Ganja Palace”
Iggy Azalea & Charli XCX – “Fancy”
Jah Sun – “Rise As One”
Grimes – “Go”
Marina P & Mungo’s Hi Fi – “Divorce A L’Italienne”
The Black Keys – “Gotta Get Away”
Wayne Marhsall, Baby Cham, Ace Hood, & Waka Flocka – “Go Harder”
Trevor Hall – “The Mountain”
Damian Marley & SOJA – “Your Song”
Beck – “Blue Moon”
Jah Sun & Chronixx – “Top Rankin”
Duane Stephenson – “Cool Runnings”
Kendrick Lamar – “i”
Mala Rodriquez & SOJA – “Like It Used To”
Phish – “Wingsuit”
I-Wayne – “Seeking Souls”
Christopher Martin – “Steppin’ Razor”
Brett Dennen – “Outta My Head”
Shaggy – “Work So Hard”
Sturgill Simpson – “Living the Dream”
Pressure and Jah Mason – “My Herbs”
Michael Franti – “Stay Human (Soulshine Remix)”
Collie Buddz – “Nice Up Yourself”
Burro Banton – “Inna Mi League”
Matthew McAnuff – “Be Careful”
Toian – “Kingston Town”
Julian Marley & Junior Reid – “Never Too Ruff”
Etana – “Trigger”
Willie Nelson – “Bring It On”
Maxi Priest – “Easy To Love”
String Cheese Incident – “Colorado Bluebird Sky”
Saba Tooth & Adena Myrie – “Love Is Overdue, Part 2”
D’Angelo & The Vanguard – “Another Life”
Ali Campbell – “Reggae Music”
Phish – “Halfway to the Moon”
Lady Ann & Alborosie – “Informa”
Jo Mersa – “Rock and Swing”
Rick Ross – “Coke Like The 80s”
Nahko & SOJA – “Lucid Dreams”
Beck – “Country Down”
Toian – “Rude Boys”
Willie Nelson – “Wives and Girlfriends”
Jah Mason – “Wings of Wind”
Michael Franti – “Yes I Will (Soulshine Remix)”
Sizzla – “Sweet To My Brain”
Mac Demarco – “Passing Out The Pieces”
Raging Fyah – “Jah Glory”
Sharon Van Etten – “Every Time The Sun Comes Up”
Gappy Ranks – “Selling Stories”
First Aid Kid – “Master Pretender”
Raging Fyah – “Dance With You”
SOJA – “Treading Water”
U2 – “Every Breaking Wave”
Exco Levi – “Herb Man”
Tommy Lee Sparta – “Hero”
Prince – “This Could Be Us”
Ali Campbell – “I Want You”
Sizzla – “Make It Right”
Damian “Junior Gong” Marley, Black-Am-I, Biggz General, Jo Mersa, Illestr8 – “The Living Breed”
Bugle – “Anointed”
Brooklyn Jungle Soundsystem – “Kulture (Dubmatix Remix)”
Black-Am-I – “In the Ghetto”
Alkaline – “Gyal Bruk Out”
Mavado & Nicki Minaj – “Give It To Me”
Shuga – “Ride De Riddim”
Sinkane – “How We Be”
Tarrus Riley & U-Roy – “Sail Away”
Willie Nelson – “The Songwriters”
Alborosie & Black Uhuru – “Guess Who’s Coming”
Bruce Springsteen – “Frankie Fell In Love”
Ward 21 – “No Trouble We”
Foo Fighters – “Outside”
J Boog
– “Love Me”

Top Ranking Songs of 2014

World of Reggae Music Collection: Reggae Electronica Fusion

Electronica-Reggae Fusion

African Herbsman (King Kooba Remix)

In this edition of the World of Reggae Music Collection the selector explores the fusion of reggae and electronica music. From the hard driving Drum and Bass and Jungle rhythms to the house and dance remixes to the ambient and dubbed out versions, electronica and reggae have fused in interesting and vibrant new ways.

Super Hi-Fi – “Q Street (Subatomic Sound System Remix)”

Gentleman’s Dub Club – “Give It Away”

U-Roy & Love Trio in Dub – “Rock The Rhythm

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Sun is Shining (Yes King Remix)

I-Man & Slightly Stoopid – “What Goes Around”

Horace Andy & Massive Attack – “Man Next Door

U-Brown & Gorillaz Vs. Spacemonkeyz – “Strictly Rubbadub (Slow Country)”

Noiseshaper – “The Only Redeemer”

Thievery Corporation – “The Outernationalist (Rewound)”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Mr. Brown (DJ Spooky Remix)”

Dubmatix – “My Selecta

Rockers Hi-Fi – “Sexy Selecter”

Boozoo Bajou, Joe Dukie & U-Brown – “Take It Slow

Noiseshaper – “Automatic”

Bob Marley & the Wailers – “Duppy Conqueror (Fort Knox Five Remix)”

Black Uhuru & Dub Syndicate – “Higher Than High”

Dub Syndicate – “Higher Than High Dub”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “One Love (Cordovan Remix)

Daweh Congo – “Steppin

Daweh Congo – “Dubstep

Thievery Corporation – “2001 Spliff Odyssey”

Noiseshaper – “Bushmaster”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Rainbow Country (DJ Spooky’s Subliminal Funk Remix)”

Turbulence & Major Lazer – “Anything Goes”

Jamiroquai – “Drifting Along”

Prodigy – “Out of Space”

Bob Marley & the Wailers – “Is This Love (Jason Bentley Remix)”

Slightly Stoopid – “Above The Clouds”

Seeed – “Pressure”

Gorillaz Vs Spacemonkeyz – “Lil’ Dub Defin’ (A1 A1)”

Prezident Brown & Yes King – “Tomorrow is Another Day”

Thievery Corporation – “From Creation”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “African Herbsman (King Kooba Remix)”

Noiseshaper – “The Creator”

Cutty Ranks – “Limb By Limb (Diplo Remix)”

Steel Pulse “KKK in the Jungle”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Jamming (Nickodemus & Zeb Remiix)”

Top Cat, Prince Fatty, & Mungo’s Hi Fi – “Herbalist”

Noiseshaper – “Vice Vanity”

Notch & Thievery Corporation – “Amerimacka

Bob Marley & the Wailers – Soul Shakedown Party (Afrodisiac Sound System Remix)

Big Youth & Dub Syndicate – “Greater David”

Jimmy Riley & R Cola – “A1 Sound”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Get Up Stand Up (Thievery Corporation Remix)

Daddy Scotty & Mungo’s Hi Fi – “Wicked Tings A Gwaan”

Dawn Penn – “No No No (You Don’t Love Me Anymore) (DJ Spooky Remix)

Bob Marley, Lee “Scratch” Perry, and DJ Z-Trip – “Punky Reggae Party (Z-Trip Remix)”

Roots Manuva – “Witness (1 Hope)

Sweetie Irie & Yes King – “Style Come Different”

See-I & Thievery Corporation – “Assault on Babylon”

Bob Marley & the Wailers – “Satisfy My Soul (Beats Antique Remix)”

Marina P & Mungo’s Hi Fi – “Divorce l’italienne”

Thievery Corporation – “Until the Morning (Rewound)”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Rainbow Country (Funkstar Deluxe Remix”

DJ Spooky & Rob Swift – “Creation Rebel”

Willi Williams & Dubmatix – “Re-Action”

Willi Williams & Dubmatix – “Re-Action (Dubmatix meets Nate Wize Remix)

Rockers Hi Fi – “Going Under (Love and Insanity Dub)”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “I Shot the Sheriff (Roni Size Remix)”

See-I & Thievery Corporation – “.38.45 (A Thievery Number)”

Cornell Campbell & Dub Syndicate – “Nothing Comes Easy”

Seeed – “Psychadelic Kingdom”

Collie Buddz – “Come Around (DJ Yoda Remix)”

Sleepy Wonder, Gunjan, & Thievery Corporation – “Warning Shots”

U-Roy & Love Trio in Dub – “Hard Livin'”

Noiseshaper – “Fire Me Roots (Automatic Reel to Reel Edit)”

Horace Andy & Ashley Beedle – “Babylon You Lose”

Notch & Thievery Corporation – “Blasting Through The City”

Barrington Levy – Under Mi Sensi (DJ Spooky Remix)

Bob Marley & the Wailers – Small Axe (Paul & Price Remix)

Alton Ellis & Dubmatix – “Blessings of Compassion”

Bugle, Arama, & Major Lazer – “Playground”

Thievery Corporation – “Radio Retaliation”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Could You Be Loved (RAC Remix)”

Horace Andy & Massive Attack – “Angel

Massive Attack – “Angel (Mad Professor Remix)

Zeroleen – “All Good”

Fat Freddys Drop – “Wild Wind”

Mr. Lex, Santigold, & Major Lazer – “I’ll Make Ya”

Thievery Corporation – “Overstand”

Big Youth & Dub Syndicate – “Emmanuell”

Big Youth & Dub Syndicate – “Emmanuel (Version II)”

Love Trio in Dub and U-Roy – “Flight in Dub (DJ Cil Organic Remix)”

Roots Manuva – “Movements”

Amber Coffman & Major Lazer – “Get Free”

Noiseshaper – “Bushmaster (Kid Kenobi Session Remix)”

Sleepy Wonder & Thievery Corporation – “Sound the Alarm”

U-Roy & Love Trio in Dub – Hard Livin’

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Sun Is Shining (Funkstar Deluxe Remix)”

Mad Proffesor & Lee “Scratch” Perry – “Super Ape Inna Jungle

Bob Marley & the Wailers – Don’t Rock My Boat (Stuhr Remix)

Major Lazer & Ms. Thing – “When You Hear the Bassline”

Noiseshaper – “All Dem A Do”

Seeed – “Next!”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Small Axe (Groove Deluxe Remix)”

Tony Matterhorn – “Dutty Wine (Ape Drums & Diplo Remix)”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “What Goes Around Comes Around (Alex Natale Remix)”

Thievery Corporation – “Truth and Rights”

Roger Robinson & The Bug – “You & Me”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Sugar Sugar (Marcal Remix)”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Sugar Sugar (Gum Vs Flighcrank Remix)”

Major Lazer & The Partysquad – “The Original Don”

Bob Marley & the Wailers – Kaya (Groove Deluxe Remix)

Noiseshaper – “Me Done”

Bob Marley & the Wailers – Soul Rebel (DJ Spooky Remix)

Major Lazer, Leftside, & Supa Hype – “Jump Up”

Dollar Man, Bob Sinclair, & Big Ali – Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “African Herbsman (Groove Deluxe Remix)

Noiseshaper – “Wise Up”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Falling In and Out of Love (Alex Natale Remix)”

Sista Pat & Thievery Corporation – “Wires and Watchtowers”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Rock Steady (Remix)”

The Upsetters and Mutabaraka – Dis Poem Burns Babylon

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Keep On Movin’ (Groove Deluxe Remix)”

Thievery Corporation – “Stargazer”

Ricky Ranking & The Bug – “Judgement”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Bend Down Low (Groove Deluxe Remix)”

NEED

Bob Marley & the Wailers – “Put It On (Groove Corporation Remix)”

Big Youth – “Waterhouse Rock (Groove Corporation Remix )

Yabby You – “The Conquering Lion (Groove Corporation Remix)”

Gregory Isaacs – “Night Nurse (Kruder & Dorfmeister Session)”

Anthony Red Rose – “Hotter Junglematical Style (Drum & Bass)

Barrington Levy, Rebel MC, & Supercat – Tribal Base

Debaser – A! Sound

Jungle Royale & Future Troubles – Can’t Smoke Weed In Peace

Sizzla – Rain Showers (Bronx Dogs Dub Mix)

International ObserverThe International Pts 1&2

Genaside II & Eek A Mouse – Just As Rough

Junkyard ProductionsSister Let him Go

Mad Professor – Drum and Bass in the Asylum

Dubmatix – Sensi

Ragga Twins, Auquasky, & Master Blaster – Dem No No We

Barrington LevyHere I Come Drum ‘N’ Bass

Horace Andy & Massive AttackOne Love

Rebel MC aka Congo NattyStreet Tough (Club Mix)

Roots ManuvaAgain & Again

Re: Jazz – Torch of Freedom (Frost & Wagner Horn Rub Version)

Dawn Penn & Bounty KillerYou Don’t Love Me (No No No) [Reel II Reel Junglist Mix]

Wicked Beat Sound System – Be Humble

Mad Professor, Chuck D, & The Fire This Time – At Least the American Indians Know Exactly How They’ve Been Fucked Around

Congo Natty & Top Cat – Herbsman 2

Top Cat Friend With Weed

Top CatA Friend In Need (Panik and M-Rode Mix)

Barrington Levy & Beenie Man – Under Mi Sensi (Jungle Spliff) (X-Project Remix)

Tester – Top Shotta

The Magic Fly –Wicked Devil

Horace Andy & Ron Tom – Money, Money

Demolition Man & Debaser – 4 The Children

Chaka Demus & Pliers – Gal Wine Junglist Grind

Beenie Man & Chuckleyberry – Murder

Kulcha Ites & Dubmatix – Burn Out the Rich

Rockers Hi-Fi – Push Push (Re-Rub)

Congo Natty aka Rebel MC – Just Keep Rocking

Paulie Walnuts & Desmond Dekker – Israelites

Fat Freddy’s DropFlashback

Congo Natty aka Rebel MC – The Junglist

Ten Pound Sound – Bust Outta Dis

Debaser – Armagideon Time

The Magic Fly & Ricky RankingTwo Planets

Ragga TwinsJuggling

Top Cat & Boozoo Bajou Killer

International ObserverWelcome

Flowdan & the Bug – Warning

Scoop – Dub Addict

DiploDiplo Rhythm

Poison Chang – Press the Tiger

DubmatixJump & Twist

See I – The King

Bounty KillerNew Blood Spilt (Drum & Bass)

Howie Smart & DubmatixHeavy Living

Overproof SoundsystemWatch What You Put Inna

Ragga TwinsRagga Trip

Dillinger – Cocaine in my Brain (Groove Corporation Remix)

Ricky Ranking – Keep Them Skanking

Treason & Dubmatix – Praise Jah

South Rakkas Crew, Kid Foreigner, & Bigga Boss – Hotter Than Them

Ragga TwinsIllegal Gunshot

Ninjaman, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man, & Ninja Ford – Bad Boy Lick A New Shot

General Levy & M BeatIncredible

Mikke Metal – Frico

Belleruche – Drum at Dusk

Martin Campbell and Hi Tech Roots Dynamics – Jah Soon Come

Fat Freddy’s DropPull the Catch

Overproof Soundsystem – The Model

Capleton – Prophet Rides Again (Jungle Remix)

Daft Punk & the Bombist – Harder, Better, Stronger, Faster (Sponji Riddim)

South Rakkas CrewMad Again (Club Edit)

Ahser Senator – One Bible

LucianoWhat We Got To Do (GCorp Remix)

Michael RoseThrow Some Stone (Disciples Remix)

Radio Retaliation

World of Reggae Music Collection: Reggae Electronica Fusion

The World of Reggae Music Collection: Reggae inna Golden Oldies Version

GOLDEN OLDIES VERSION

In this edition of the World of Reggae Music Collection the selector uncovers some of the greatest reggae cover songs. This particular edition focuses on the Golden Oldies. Form pop sensations Elvis Presley, Neil DiamondBobby Darin, and Fats Domino to the singer/songwriters Bob Dylan and James Taylor to  the rock and roll greats like the Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and the Animals, to the soul crooners like Sam Cooke, Ray Charles, Otis Redding, and Bill Withers this compilation of tracks explores the greatest reggae versions of pop hits.

Groups like Three Dog Night, The Association, and The Archies dominated American and British pop charts. And many Jamaicans took these tunes and transformed them into Jamaican reggae hits. One of my favorites in this edition is Bob Marley’s cover of the Archies tune “Sugar Sugar.”  Some of the greatest reggae performers including Gregory Isaacs, Jimmy Cliff,Toots & The Maytals, Dennis Brown, and John Holt took on these rock and roll legends and covered excellent pop songs from the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.  And of course, Ub40 made an entire career at the art of the reggae oldies cover, making smash top 40 hits out of Sonny And Cher‘sI Got You Babe” and Elvis Presley’s(I Can’t Help) Falling In Love With You.”

Gregory Isaacs House Of The Rising Sun

Derrick MorganStand By Me

Desmond Dekker – Yakety Yak

Toots & the Maytals Louie, Louie

Alton Ellis Duke Of Earl

Big Youth Hit the Road Jack

Anonymously Yours Get Back

Chaka Demus & PliersTwist And Shout

UB40 – (I Can’t Help) Falling In Love With You

Joy White My Guy

The GayladsIt’s All in the Game

Susan CadoganFever

Slightly Stoopid Leaving On A Jet Plane

Ken Boothe Ain’t No Sunshine

B.B. SeatonSummertime

Dennis Brown(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay

Glen AdamsI Wanna Hold Your Hand

Toots & The Maytals – Let the Four Winds Blow

UB40 & Chrissie Hynde – I Got You Babe

The Heptones – Our Day Will Come

Morgan Heritage – The Lion Sleeps Tonight

John Holt Hey Jude

Sugar Minott Never My Love

Judy Mowatt Joy to the World

Bob Marley & The Wailers – How Many Times

Stephen Marley – Pale Moonlight (How Many Times)

Busy Signal – Dream Dream

Alton Ellis – Bye Bye Love

Bruce Ruffin – Candida

Honeyboy MartinHave You Ever Seen the Rain

Shaggy & Samira – Never Knew What I Missed (Till I Kissed You)

Jackie Edwards – Take Me As I Am

The GayladsFire and Rain

Bruce RuffinCecilia

The Heptones(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

Horace Andy Dream Lover

Irving BrownListen to the Music

Dennis Brown – Good Lovin’

C.J. Lewis Why Do Fools Fall In Love

Cornell Campbell Wonderful World

SizzlaSubterranean Homesick Blues

Sizzla – Subterranean Homesick Blues Dub

Wayne Armond – Maggie May

John Holt I’d Love You To Want Me

The Wailing Souls – My Generation

Judy Mowatt & the GaylettesSon Of A Preacher Man

Yami BoloJohnny B. Goode

Steel Pulse & Juki Rank We Can Work It Out

Tenor Fly Bright Side Of Life

Cynthia Richards & Irving Brown – You’ve Got a Friend

Susan Cadogan As Tears Go By

Bunny Rugs, U-Roy, & the Easy Star All Stars Lovely Rita

John HoltTouch Me In The Morning

Brent Dowe Knock Three Times

B.B. SeatonEverything Is Beautiful

Max Romeo Cracklin’ Rosie

Steel Pulse Brown Eyed Girl

Alton Ellis & Hortense Ellis Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Ben Harper & The Skatalites – Be My Guest

Bob Marley & the Wailers Sugar Sugar

Big Youth – Sugar Sugar

The Wailing Souls – My Sweet Lord

Maxi Priest Some Guys Have All The Luck

Johnny Clarke – Soul and Inspiration

Bob Marley & the Wailers And I Love Her

YellowmanBlueberry Hill

BushmanDowntown

Stevie Face – In The Living Years

Cornell Campbell – Just My Imagination

John Holt Girl from Ipanema

Devo – Whip It (Techno Remix)

Ken Boothe – Yesterday

Delroy Wilson Do That To Me One More Time

Freddie McGregor – Starting All Over

Derrick Harriot Eighteen with a Bullet

Alton Ellis – Diana

The Now Generation Alone Again, Naturally

Ken Boothe – Help Me Make It Through The Night

John Holt Baby I’m A Want You

Tessanne – I Want To Know What Love Is

Bruce RuffinCandida

Eric DonaldsonCandle in the Wind (Goodbye Norma Jean)

YvonneClose to You

Cornell Campbell – My Baby Just Cares For Me

Jackie Edwards – The Last Farewell

Bitty McClean – Dedicated To The One I Love

Lascelles Perkins – Pledging My Love

Taxi Gang – Mission Impossible

Marcia Griffiths – Play Me

Slim Smith – Love Me Tender

Jackie Edwards – High School Dance

Adina Edwards – Why Don’t You Write Me

Lascells Perkins – Mood For Love

Diana King – I Say A Little Prayer For You

Dave Barker & The Wailers – Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying

Jackie Edwards – It’s All In the Game

Ali Campbell – Devoted To You

UB40 – I Wanna Be Like You

NEED

Susan Cadogan In the Ghetto

The Gaylettes Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday

Don Carlos – Hello Goodbye

Chosen Few – Drift Away

Pat Kelly – A Hard Day’s Night

The Cables – Bridge Over Troubled Water

Horace Andy – Mother and Child Reunion

B.B. Seaton – Eleanor Rigby

Boris Gardiner – Hooked On A Feeling

The Uniques – Crimson And Clover

Hopeton Lewis – Mighty Quinn

Ken Lazarus – Sugar Sugar

Bob Andy – Baby I Need Your Loving

Delroy Wilson – Get Ready

Alton Ellis – And I Love Her

Peter Tosh – Here Comes The Sun

Freddie McGregor – Sweet Caroline

Joe White – Yesterday

Judy Mowatt – Rescue Me

Ben Harper – Michelle

Horace Andy & Massive Attack – Light My Fire (Live)

Singing Sweet – Donna

Derrick Morgan – Ain’t That a Shame

Tommy McCook & the Supersonics – Ode To Billie Joe

Sister Carol – Wild Thing

Boris Gardiner & the Happening – Spooky

Horace Andy – Sea of Love

Ernie Smith – Kansas City

Denzil Dennis – (All I Have to Do Is) Dream

Chaka Demus – Don’t Be Cruel

John Holt – Soul & Inspiration

Joya Landis – Kansas City

The World of Reggae Music Collection: Reggae inna Golden Oldies Version

World of Reggae Music Collection: Boss Deejays

BOSS DEEJAYS

In this edition of the World of Reggae Music Collection the selector focuses in on the boss deejays. This list is heavily laden with the top ranking deejays U Roy, Big Youth, Dennis Alcapone, and I Roy. In this edition U-Roy “The Originator” especially shines. Also the unique stylings of Yellowman, Eek-A-Mouse, Ranking Joe, and Trinity appear alongside the famous female deejay Sister Nancy. And make sure to check out the deejay Early B and his amazing story songs “History Of Jamaica” and “Bible Story.” The boss deejays are the fathers and mothers of rap music. They were the first to take instrumental versions and dubs, and toast over the top of them. Thus these toasters are not only important to the foundations of reggae music, but also to the roots of rap and hip-hop music. Plus if you listen closely there is a message. There are many life lessons that can be learned from these Boss Deejays. Yes in fact these toasters make good teachers. So Remember when you ride like lightning, you crash like thunder. And if you can’t be good then you must be careful.

U-RoyTom Drunk

Big Youth Screaming Target

Sister NancyBam Bam

TrinityThree Piece Suit

ScottyDraw Your Brakes

Big Youth – Cool Breeze

General Echo – This Is A Lover’s Corner

U-Roy – Rule of The Nation

Josey Wales – Ready Fi Josey

Winston Scotland – My Little Filly

Yellowman – Mr. Chin

I-Roy – Welding

Dr. AlimantadoBest Dressed Chicken In Town

Dennis Alcapone – Shades Of Hudson

Lee “Sratch” Perry – Bathroom Skank

Toyan – Spar With Me

U-Roy – Wake The Town

Early B – History of Jamaica

Lone Ranger – Jamaican Weed

Welton Irie – Hotter Reggae Music

Nicodemus – Bone Connection

Josey Wales – Let Go Me Hand

Clint Eastwood – What A Hard Man Fe Dead

Billy Boyo – Scandal

Peter Metro – Front Line Get Raid

Trinity – Psalms

I-Roy – Maggie Breast

Dennis Alcapone – It Must Come

U-Roy – Your Ace From Outer Space

Lone Ranger – Natty Dread on the Go

Winston Williams – DJ’s Choice

Early B – Bible Story

Nitty Gritty – Hog In A Minty

Big Youth – S.90 Skank

Dennis Alcapone – Pop A Version

Yellowman – Mad Over Me

Peter Tosh & U-Roy – Rightful Ruler

Clint Eastwood – Shine Eye Gal

King Stitt & Andy Capp – Herbsman Shuffle

DillingerFlat Foot Hustling

I-Roy African Herbsman

Dave Barker Lock Jaw

U-Roy & John Holt – Tide Is High

Dennis Alcapone – King of the Track

Big Youth – Natty Dread She Want

Scotty – Unbelievable Sound

Dennis Alcapone & Lee “Sratch” Perry – Back Biter

U-Roy – Gorgon Wise

I-Roy – Queen of the Minstrel (Version)

Ranking Ann – Black Rock Posse

Big Youth – Solomon A Gunday

Josey Wales – Nah Lef You

Tiger – When

Cutty Ranks – What Can You Do

Dave Barker – Hot Sauce AKA the Agro Man is Back

U-Roy & Delroy Wilson – You Keep on Running

I-Roy – New York City

Dennis Alcapone – Ba-Ba-Ri-Ba Skank

Big Youth – Tipper Tone Rock

Ranking Joe & CultureBaldhead Bridge

Winston Williams – Sweet Like Candy

U-Roy – Dynamic Fashion Way

Big Youth – Waterhouse Rock

I-Roy – African Roots

Dr. Alimantado – Gimme Mi Gun

Dennis Alcapone – DJs Chocie

U-Roy – Ain’t The Loving You

Scotty – Children Children

Josey Wales – Throw Me Corn

Lee “Scratch” Perry – French Connection

U-Roy – Treasure Isle Skank

Dennis Alcapone & Hopeton Lewis – Judgement Day

Big Youth & Dub Syndicate – Togetherness

U-Roy – Version Galore

U-Roy & Love Trio in DubVersion Galore

Big Youth – Foreman Vs. Frazier

Ninjaman & Tinga Stewart Cover Me

U-BrownBlack Princess

Ranking Dread Marijuana In My Soul

Josey Wales – Undercover Lover

Big Youth – The Killer

U-Roy – Big Boy and Teacher

Nitty Gritty – Drape Her Up

Dillinger – Tickle Me

U-Roy & Love Trio in Dub Lovers Rock

U-Roy & Love Trio in Dub – Lovers Rock (Dreadbeat Knockout)

Ranking Trevor & Lee “Scratch” Perry – Caveman Skank

Toyan – Solomon Never Wise

Josey Wales – Kingston Hot

Dennis Alcapone – Teach the Children

Barrington Levy & Trinity – Give Thanks and Praise

Dillinger – Cocaine in my Brain

Big Youth – Facts of Life

U-Roy – Way Down South

I-Roy – Funky Punk Rock

Toyan – Stylee

Cocoa Tea – Diet Rock 

Peter Tosh & Winston Scotland – Skanky Dog

Bunny Lie Lie & Lee Van Cleef – Mr. Dynamite

U-Brown & Dub Syndicate – Lion King

Dave Barker – Funky Funky Reggae

U-Roy – Rock With I

Josey Wales – Music Diseases

Big Youth – Be Careful

Trinity – Peace Conference in Western Kingston

Dennis Brown & U-Roy – Money in my Pocket

I-Roy – Crisis Time

Toyan – Love & Devotion

Big Youth & Dub Syndicate – Jah Rasta

U-Roy & Horace Andy – Money Money

Trinity – Kendall Crash

Josey Wales – Look Work

U-Roy – Every Knee Shall Bow

Dennis Brown & Big Youth – Ride On/Wild Goose Chase

I- Roy – Musical Injection

Dillinger – Roots Natty Congo

U-Roy – Cool Down Your Temper

Marcia Aitken & Trinity – I’m Still in Love With You/Three Piece Suit

Triston Palmer, Jah Thomas, & Toyan – Entertainment

Michael Palmer & Jim Brown – Ghetto Dance

U-Roy – I Shall Not Be Moved

Little John & Toyan – Jah Guide I

Sammy Dread & Tappa Zukie – Dreadlocks Girl

Big Joe – Natty on Vacation

U-Roy – Ain’t Too Proud To Beg

Clint Eastwood – Caroline

U-Roy – Higher on the Mountain

Jah Stitch – Cool Down Youthmn

U-Roy – Natty Rebel (Joe Strummer Intro)

Capleton – A So We Stay

U-Roy – King Tubby’s Skank

Poison Chang – Dance and Wine

U-Roy – Flashing My Whip

NEED

Dennis Alcapone & Lizzy – Mr. Brown’s Coffin

Shorty the President – Mash Up the Resident

Prince Jazzbo – Lorna Banana

U-Brown & Culture – Innocent Blood/Rock It Up

Winston Scotland – Butter Cup

Sound Dimension – Psychadelic Rock (Rockfort Rock)

U-Roy – No. 1 in the World

U-Roy – Dreamland

U-Roy – Creation Rebel

U-Roy – Catty

I-Roy & Culture – Natty Dread Taking Over

I-Roy & Culture – I’m Not Ashamed

I-Roy – War and Friction

I-Roy – Hospitality Trolley

I-Roy – Loving Pauper

I-Roy & Johnny Clarke – Satta

I-Roy – Blackman Time

Dillinger – John Devour

Dillinger – Plantation Heights

Dillinger – Eastman Skank

Dillinger – Middle East Rock

Dillinger – C.B. 200

Big Youth – Three Blind Mice

Big Youth – All Nations Bow

Big Youth – Knotty No Jester

Big Youth, Conrad Crystal, & Suga Roy – Early This Morning

Dennis Alcapone – Run Run

Dennis Alcapone – Usain Bolt of Lightning

Sammy Dread – M16

Sammy Dread – Roadblock

Lone Ranger – M16

Lone Ranger – Love Bump

Lone Ranger – The Answer

Cutty Ranks – Experience

Trinity – Uptown Girl

Trinity – Jamaican Dollar

Trinity – Jesus Dread

Trinity – Freedom Style

Ruddy Thomas & Trinity – Loving Pauper/Judgement Time

Early B – Tour the World

Josey Wales – Man Shortage

Clint Eastwood & Culture – Send Some Rain

Clint Eastwood – Jump and Pawn

Dennis Brown & Prince Far I – Money in My Pocket/Cool Runnings

Prince Far I – Cream of the Crop

Prince Far I – Weatherman Tam

Prince Far I – Heavy Manners

Prince Far I & Culture – Burning All Illusion/The Same Knife

Lee Van Cliff – Bam Salute

Culture & Bo Jangles –Jah Love / Selassie I Cup

Bo Jangles & Culture – Two Sevens Clash / Prophecy Reveal

Nicodemus & Culture – Disco Train

Prince Jazzbo – Mr. Harry Skank

Nicodemus – The Best

Sir Lord Comic – Doctor Feelgood

Lee “Scratch” Perry & the Upsetters – French Connection

Kojak – Nice Up Jamaica

The Mighty Diamonds & Ranking Joe – Just Like A River

Errol Holt – Girl From Manchester

George Nooks & Welton Irie – Riding For A Fall/Gi Me One Fi Yuh Girlfriend

Jah Lloyd – Leggo

Prince Huntley – Granny Hey

Jah Bengie – I Am A Ethiopian

Jah Walton – Stay A Yard and Praise God

Count Machukie – Pepper Pot

Charlie Chaplin – Gilbert Disaster Over

Gregory Isaacs & U-Brown – Border / featuring D. J. U-Brown

Big Joe – In The Ghetto – Original

Jah Stitch – The Killer – Original

Jah Thomas – Style & Fashion

Yellowman – Walking Jewelry Store

Ranking Dread – Jean Green

Tapper Zukie – Man ah Warrior

Jah Woosh – Riding Melody

Ranking Dread – Love A Dub

Peter King – Me Neat Me Sweet

Sister Nancy & Degree – Only Woman DJ

Jacob Miller & Trinity – I’m Just a Dread/One Shut

Charlie Ace & Dirty Harry – Country Boy

Count Machuki Warfare

U-Brown & Dub Syndicate – Lion King

General Echo – Track Shoes

Buro Banton – Stumbling Block

Jah Stitch – Natty Dread Thing

Ranking Joe – Warrior Style

Toyan – DJ Crowd

Junior Murvin, Welton Irie, & Prince Mohammed – Cool Out Son/Nice Up the Party

Scorpion – What A Drought

Brigadier Jerry – Fred Locks A Dreadlocks

Ray I – Winey Tiney

Charlie Chaplin – DJ A Dance

Ranking Trevor – Love Is Not A Gamble

World of Reggae Music Collection: Boss Deejays

World of Reggae Music Collection–Roots and Culture: Political Reggae

The World of Reggae Music Collection: Roots and Cultrue Political Reggae Often reggae carries a strong political message wrapped inside its intoxicating vibes. Reggae superstars Jimmy Cliff, Peter Tosh, Yellowman, Eek-A-Mouse, and Bob Marley and The Wailers have a broad knowledge of the plight of the poor people around the world. In turn these reggae artists have fashioned brilliant protest songs that bring attention to international social injustice. From Jimmy Cliff’sVietnam” to Ziggy Marley And The Melody Makersperforming “Namibia” decades of reggae artists have expressed their political viewpoints through music. One of my favorite American musicians that often drenches his original music in reggae sounds, Michael Franti, leads the California-based band Spearhead with hard-hitting lyrics. His message of love trumps the political message, but his songs are filled with deep knowledge of social, economic, and political issues. Micheal Franti & Spearhead are a must in this edition of Roots and Culture. From modern dancehall artists like Busy SignalMavado, I-Wayne, Perfect, Sizzla, and Alborosie to the classic reggae bands like the The Mighty Diamonds, Steel Pulse, and Black Uhuruthe mainstream political worldview often comes into question in these great reggae tracks. And there were strong positive-minded individuals from Jamaica like Hugh Mundell and Jacob Miller that pointed out the of the hypocrisies of these bad-minded politicians. Some reggae artists even called for social revolution in their music. Peter Tosh said it best in his song “Equal Rights” “I don’t want no peace. I want equal rights and justice. Gotta to get it. Equal rights and justice.”

Jimmy Cliff Vietnam

YellowmanLeave Iraq Alone

Bob Marley and the WailersZimbabwe

Peter Tosh Equal Rights

Michael Franti and Spearhead Crime To Be Broke In America

Dennis Brown – Revolution, Pt. 1

Gregory Isaacs & the UpsettersMr. Cop

Eek-A-Mouse – Politics

Bob Marley & the Wailers – I Shot The Sheriff

Horace Andy – Materialist

Horace Andy – Poor Man Style

Cocoa Tea – Barack Obama

Tony Rebel – I Can’t Recall

Yellowman – CNN News

Gregory Isaacs, Soul Syndicate, & the Heptones – Black a Kill Black

Burro Banton & Cornell Campbell – Pressure

Michael Franti & SpearheadTime To Go Home

Black Uhuru – Youth Of Eglington

Black Uhuru – Youth (Dub)

Steel Pulse – No Justice No Peace

Cutty Ranks – New World Order

Brooklyn Jungle Soundsystem – Kulture (Dubmatix Rub-A-Dub Revival Remix)

Jacob MillerRoman Soldiers Of Babylon

Steel Pulse – Taxi Driver

Alborosie – America

Desmond Dekker – Problems

Horace Andy – Leave Rasta

Black Uhuru – General Penitentiary

Busy Signal – Running From The Law

Snoop Lion & Akon – Tired of Running

Esco Levi – Bleaching Shop

Cocoa Tea – Oil Ting

Alborosie – Tax War

Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers – We Propose

Lucky Dube – Soldier

Manu Chao –  Politick Kills

Steel Pulse Global Warning

Michael Franti & Spearhead – Yell Fire!

Alpha BlondyApartheid Is Nazism

Barrington Levy – Mandela Free

Alborosie – Police

Snoop Lion & Cori B – No Guns Allowed

Raging Fyah – World Crisis

Cocoa Tea – Mr. Neck Tie Man

Lucky Dube – Victims

Gentleman – It No Pretty

Steel Pulse – Tribute to the Martyrs

Alborosie – Global War

Cocoa Tea – Moving On

Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers – Namibia

Jimmy Cliff – Children’s Bread

J Boog – Change Up Your Evil Ways

Steel Pulse – Earth Crisis

Alborosie – What If Jamaica

Cocoa Tea – Zeeks

Steel Pulse – Black and Proud

Marshel – New World Order

Alborosie – Games

Joe Higgs – Wave Of War

NEED

Papa LeviBush & Blair

I-WaynePolitics And Religion

YellowmanAids

Mavado – We Need Barack

Hugh Mundell Africa Must Be Free By 1983

Big YouthPolitical Confusion

Busy Signal Politics

Black UhuruSolidarity

Ranking Trevor & Wailing Souls – War

Perfect – Hanging Day

Bushman – World State

Admiral Bailey Politician

Hugh MundellRun Revolution A Come

Junior DelgadoHypo

Buju Banton – Immigration Law

No 1 Station – Bush War

Sugar Minott Nah Go To South Africa

Bushman World Crisis

Israel Vibration Racial Discrimination

SizzlaBlack Man In The White House

Israel VibrationNatty Dread

Jacob MillerJolly Joseph

The Mighty Diamonds, Suga Roy, & Conrad CrystalPolice And Bad Boy Strap

SizzlaThe Solution

Sugar MinottNah Follow Fashion

Buju BantonPolitics Time Again

Cocoa TeaBuju

Horace Andy – No Love in the City

Horace Andy – Problems

Peter Tosh – Fire Fire Babylon Burning

The Royals – Sufferer of the Ghetto

Jah Lion – Soldier and Police War

Barry Brown – Politician

Cultural Roots – Thieves, Liars, and Criminals

The Valentines – Stop the Violence

Gregory Isaacs – Lonely Soldier

Joe Gibbs & the Professionals – State of Emergency

Garnett Silk – Cry of my People

Jah Lloyd – Soldier Round the Corner

Max Romeo – Public Enemy Number One

Ranking Joe – Back Wey You Vulutres

Welton Irie – Ghettoman Corner

John Wayne – Call the Police

Scientist – Mass Murder and Corruption

Romain VirgoGhetto

LorenzoGun Play

KonshensWar Straight

Perfect – Amerimaka

Dillinger – Buckingham Palace

Peter Metro – Police in England

Lucky Dube – Political Games

Barrington Levy – Soldier

Culture – World Peace

World of Reggae Music Collection–Roots and Culture: Political Reggae

Top Albums of November 2009

This month’s music selection varies from twangy country to roots reggae to experimental jazz-hip-hop and dub. Robert Glasper‘s Double Booked is chalk-full of creativity and musicianship.  Glasper, a pianist originally from Houston, Texas has performed with Erykah BaduThe Roots, Maxwell, and Mos Def. On this new album Glasper mixes hip-hop, jazz, and experimental music into a beautiful soundscape.
Conrad Crystal and Suga Roy have put together a fine album with help from some of reggae’s icons. The legendary Toots & The Maytals joins the duo on “God Bless You.” The singjay Gyptian performs “Jah Jah See Dem”  in tribute to Joseph Hill and Culture. The dancehall jam “She Call Mi Phone” features “king of the dancehall” Beenie Man and the amazing vocalist Barrington Levy. Deejays U Roy, Dillinger, and Big Youth join the fray while Reggae superstars Lee “Scratch” Perry, Max Romeo, Eek-A-Mouse, Marcia Griffiths, Dennis Brown, The Congos, and Inner Circle all lend their vocals. Even the amazing danechall duo Chaka Demus & Pliers makes an appearance on “Girl You Rock My World.”
The Stephen Marleyalbum Mind Control originally dropped more than a year ago. Now a newer acoustic version of the disc has been released called Mind Control Acoustic. The smooth beautiful track “Chase Dem” features Capleton layering rhymes through the original tune. Brothers Damian Marley and Julian Marley appear on the record as does rude boy Spragga Benz.
  1. Robert GlasperDouble Booked [Blue Note 2009]
  2. Conrad Crystal & Suga RoySuga Roy, Conrad Crystal and the Great Reggae Icons [Fire Ball 2009]
  3. Stephen MarleyMind Control Acoustic [Tuff Gong 2009]
  4. Danny BarnesPizza Box [ATO Records 2009]
  5. Corb LundLosin’ Lately Gambler [New West 2009]
  6. Beres HammondSomething Old, Something New [Penthouse Records 2009]
  7. Morgan HeritageThe Journey Thus Far [VP Records 2009]
  8. DrakeSo Far Gone [Young Money/Cash Money 2009]
  9. B.B. SeatonReady For The World [Soul Beat/Roots International 2009]
  10. Various Artist Joyful Noise [I Grade Records 2009]
  11. Geoff Maldaur & the Texas Shieks – Texas Sheiks [Tradition & Moderne 2009]
  12. James Hand – Shadow on the Ground [Rounder 2009]
  13. Jack Johnson En Concert [Brushfire Records 2009]
  14. SeraniNo Games [Phase One 2009]
  15. The Soothsayers Meet Red Earth Collective One More Reason [Red Earth Music 2009]
  16. Del Tha Funkyhomosapien & Tame OneParallel Uni-Verses [Gold Dust 2009]
  17. Mike Zito Pearl River [Eclecto Groove Records 2009]
  18. Nitty Gritty Dirt BandSpeed Of Life [Sugar Hill 2009]
  19. Various Artists Riddim Driven: Clearance [VP 2009]
  20. LorenzoMovin’ Ahead [Irie Ites 2009]
Top Albums of November 2009