World of Reggae Music Collection: Reggae Around the World

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Reggae Around the World

As the 2010 FIFA World Cup engages the world the selector wishes to offer up an international collection of reggae music in this latest edition of the World of Reggae Music Collection. Reggae has gone international! From the African musicians represented by Ivory Coast’s Alpha Blondy, Ghanian music man Rocky Duwani, and the South African legend Lucky Dube…to the European Noiseshaper of Austria, Seeed of Germany, and the UK supergroup UB40, reggae has spread around the globe beyond the shores of Jamaica. Its influence extends from the backwoods farms of Texas where the iconic Willie Nelson records reggae in the Hill Country to the farthest reaches of the Middle East and beyond to the South Pacific and Asia, where New Zealand’s Salmonella Dub and Japan’s Dry & Heavy lay down thick dubby bass lines full of roots and culture. Reggae is truly a global affair.

Alpha BlondyCocody Rock (Ivory Coast)

Manu Chao – Bongo Bong (France)

Manu Chao – Je Ne T’Aime Plus

Noiseshaper & Wayne Martin – Movin’ Together (Austria)

Seeed & Anthony B Water Pumpee (Germany and Jamaica)

Dry & Heavy – Love Explosion (Japan)

Alborosie and Giuseppe Tarantino – International Drama (Italy)

Blekbala MujikDrangkinbala (Australia)

Gilberto Gil – Kaya N’Gan Daya (Brazil)

Lucky DubeThe Other Side (South Africa)

Ziggi – Need To You This (St. Eustasius)

UB40Guilty (UK)

Intik – Notre Devoir (Algeria)

Cultura Profetica – La Complicidad (Puerto Rico)

Slightly Stoopid – Round the World (California)

Antidoping – Juego a Muerte (Mexico)

John Brown’s Body – A Little Bit of Dub (Massachusetts)

Manu Chao – Minha Galera (France)

Sierra Leone Refugee All-Stars Living like A Refugee (Sierra Leone)

Nativus – Meu Reggae e Roots (Brazil)

Kana – Plantation (France)

Majek Fashek – Promised Land (Nigeria)

International Observer London (UK)

Dry & Heavy – Less Is More (Japan)

Slightly Stoopid – Older (California)

Seeed – Tide Is High (Germany)

Gnawa Diffusion – Ya Laymi (Algeria)

The Aggrolites – Free Time (California)

Manu Chao – Clandestino (France)

GondwanaArmonia De Amor (Chile)

Zeca Baleiro Salão De Beleza (Brazil)

Chris Combette – Babylone Buildings (Cayenne)

Lucky Dube – My Game (South Africa)

Chris Boomer & SOJA – You and Me (Guam & Virginia)

Cheb Aissa, U-Roy, & Dennis Brown Half 3 The Hard Way (Algeria and Jamaica)

Maria de Barros – Riberonzinha (Sengal)

The Streets Let’s Push Things Forward (UK)

The Killer Bees – Cool Down (Texas)

Manu Chao – Mama Call

Askia Modibo Wadjou (Mali)

Slightly Stoopid – Up on a Plane (California)

Amadou, Mariam, & Manu ChaoCoulibaly (A Better Day) (Mali)

Todos Tus MuertosRasta Vive (Argentina)

RashaSalib fuadi (Sudan)

Mala Rodriquez & SOJA – Like It Used To Be (Spain & USA)

GroundationBabylon Rule Dem (California)

Noiseshaper – We Love Reggae (Austria)

Rocky Duwani – In Ghana (Ghana)

The Gipsy KingsEscucha me (France)

Alpha Blondy – Lalogo (Ivory Coast)

G-Corp – Peacetime (UK)

Kreyol Syndikat – Roots Ragga (France)

SOJA – Mentality (Virginia)

Apache Indian – Om Numah Shivaya (UK)

John Brown’s BodyGarden Tree (Massachusetts)

Majek Fashek – African Unity

Slightly Stoopid – Wicked Rebel (California)

Sergeant Garcia – Revolucion (Spain)

SeeedNew Dubby Conquerors (Germany)

Kaissa – O Si Keka (Cameroon)

Simply Red, Sly & Robbie Night Nurse (UK)

Lumumba – En La Jungla (Argentina)

Lumumba – En La Jungla Dub (Argentina)

Thievery Corporation – The State of the Union (Washington DC)

Cultura Profetica – Verso Terso (Puerto Rico)

Gentleman – Fast Foward (Germany)

Ale Muniz – Maguinha Do So Viana (Brazil)

Slightly Stoopid – Serious Man (California)

Angelique Kidjo & Ziggy Marley – SeDjedo (Benin & Jamaica)

Kana – Pas De Problemes (France)

The Green – Ways & Means (Hawaii)

Mas Y Mas – Agua

Rebelution – Suffering

Manu Chao – Promiscuity

Manu Chao – Infinita Tristeza

Seeed – Aufstehn! (Germany)

SOJA – Gone Today (USA)

Mishka – Dead End Streets (Bermuda)

Cheb Mami & Aswad – The Best Times of Our Lives (Algeria & UK)

Cheb Mami & Aswad – The Best Times of Our Lives Dub (Algeria & UK)

Lucky Dube – Family Ties (South Africa)

John Brown’s Body – Give Yourself Over (Massachusetts)

Aloha Sex Juice – More Than Words (Hawaii)

Antidoping – La Noche (Mexico)

Rebelution – Route Around (California)

Cheb Mami & Ziggy Marley – Madanite (Algeria and Jamaica)

Natasja – Ilderbrand I Byen (Denmark)

Herbie Hancock, Tinariwen, K’naan, & Los Lobos – Tamatant Tilay/Exodus (Illinois, Mali, Senegal, and California)

Alborosie – Who You Think You Are (Italy)

Bernaud Uedre – Rawagu (New Caledonia)

SOJA – Born in Babylon (Virginia)

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs – Siguiendo La Luna (Argentina)

Lord Bitum – Je Ne Lacherai Pas L’Affaire (France)

Slightly Stoopid – We Don’t Wanna Go

Lucky Dube – Different Colours/One People (South Africa)

Mishka – Just Keep Living (Bermuda)

The Aggrolites – More Hungry Woman (California)

Alpha Blondy – Wakiki Rock (Ivory Coast)

Rebelution – Life on the Line

Rebelution – Life on the Line Dub

The Green and Jacob Hemphill of SOJA – Come In (Hawaii and Virginia)

Steel Pulse and Tiken Jah Fakoly – African Holocaust (UK and Ivory Coast)

Cultura Profetica – Para Estar (Puerto Rico)

Seeed – Grosshirn

Manu Chao – Minha Galera (Live)

SOJA – Never Ever

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs – Muerte Querida (Argentina)

Rebelution – Notice Me

Sergent Garcia – Je Sais

Seeed – Fire

Angela & Slightly Stoopid – Mona June

SOJA – True Love

NEED:

Fedayi Pacha – Pyramids (France)

Federico Abubele – Su Melodia (DJ Spooky Remix) (Argentina)

Dan I – Jah Muzik (Italy)

King Chango – Lil Sister (USA)

Dub Incorporation – My Freestyle (France)

Hotdrop & Carlos Alonso – Should I (Spain)

Volfoniq – Skango (France)

Crucial Alphonso – Warrior Fi Jah Jah Dub (Belgium)

Vlastur – Steppa9 (Greece)

Barbes.D – Black Is My Story (France)

No Name Dub – Dubolution (Argentina)

Warbass Live Dub – Grim Dub (France)

U-Stone – Darkside Of My Soul

K-Sänn Dub System – Sensoriel Dub Rmx Poulp (France)

Panda Dub – First Meet (France)

Jean Paul Dub – Holidays In Vaticaen

Jiang Lang meets Jerry Coox – Pure Asian Dub (China and France)

We & Dem – Let Them Grow (Spain)

Os Patto – Aquela Cachoeira (Brazil)

Tribuman & Solo Banton – Underground International (France)

Rastea – Luglius Dub (Italy)

El Fata – Londn City (United Kingdom)

King Dubby – Casual Casual (Indiana)

Andreia Dacal – Opinião Dub (Brazil)

Maurizio Miceli – No Dirme (Italy)

Dubzoic – Let There Be Dub (Italy)

Firuzaga – Serious Jokah (Turkey)

I&I Djangdan – Culture Tree (South Korea)

Bandulu Dub – Cultural Liberation(Portugal)

Dubosmium & Guitoud – Heart & Soul (Morocco)

Daily Bread Dub – Good Over Evil (Texas)

Riddim Conference – Struggle (Japan)

Dubalizer -Murro Dub (Brazil)

Kukan Dub League – Electric Shocking Dub (Israel)

Intergalaktik Sound & Jahvice – Beat Down Babylon (Finland)

Le Chaurdron Magique – Je ne ferais pas l’armee (France)

Finn the Giant – Black Scorpion Dub (Sweden)

MabafuSonido Del Callao (Germany)

Riddim – Como Elefantes (Argentina)

Emzk – Wy (Poland)

Grant Phabao & Lone Ranger – Sweet Talking (France)

Nico D – Nothing Nuh Change (Norway)

Bhundu Boys – Don’t Forget Africa (Zimbabwe)

Bomba – Hold Your Ground (Australia)

Dili Allstars – Oh Hele Le (Australia)

Herbs – Jah’s Son (New Zeland)

Izrael – Dża Ludzie (Poland)

Fat Freddy’s Drop – Hope (New Zeeland)

Emeline Michel – Many Rivers to Cross (Haiti)

Apache Indian – Teriyan Adawaa (India/UK)

Cultura Profetica – Inspiracion (Puerto Rico)

Chris Combette – Mo Kontan Tu (French Guiana)

Mas Y Mas – Respetame (UK/Spain)

Maria De Barroas – Reggadera (Cape Verde)

Pablo Molina – Vuelvo a Casa (Argentina)

Todos Tus Muertos – Jah Lion (Argentina)

Gondwana – Swim (Chile)

Cultura Profetica – Reggae Rustico (Puerto Rico)

Gnawa Diffusion – La Franse (Algeria)

10 Foot Ganja Plant – Ganja Plane Rider (Hawaii)

Sinead O’Connor – Throw Down Your Arms (Ireland)

Living like A Refugee

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World of Reggae Music Collection: Reggae Around the World

World of Reggae Music–Roots and Culture: Rastaman

World of Reggae Music: Roots and Culture

Rastaman

Red, gold, and green flags emblazoned with the Lion of Judah fly above swirling clouds of ganja smoke while pulsing bass and driving reggae riddims flow through sound systems stacked ten-feet high. This edition of the World of Reggae Music Collection is entitled Roots and Culture. This first volume of Roots and Culture features the Rastaman. The Rastaman is an integral part of Caribbean culture and the reggae movement.

Rita Marleyintroduced Robert Nesta Marley to the foundations of the Rastafarian religion or “way of life.” She had seen the Emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie I on his visit to Jamaica and had been struck by the spirit on seeing what she believed to be an incarnation of God, Jah Rastafari. Bob Marley and The Wailers later became a great messenger of the “king’s music.”

Bob Marley and The Wailers, the I-Threes (Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt, and Marcia Griffiths), Peter Tosh, and Bunny Wailerall professed to the wisdom of Jah in their music. Not only did Marley and the Wailer family play roots and culture reggae, but so did the great rastaman icons Burning Spear, Dennis Brown, and Jacob Miller. The Rastafarian-inspired bands The Abyssinians, Black Uhuru, Aswad, Gladiators, The Melodians, The Mighty Diamonds, Steel Pulse, Culture,Wailing Souls, Third World, Israel Vibration, The Itals, and The Heptones rocked reggae for crowds of thousands of listeners and fired the souls and imaginations of millions of fans.

Not only the great reggae bands played tribute to the roots and culture of the rastaman, but so did the finest singjays from Dillinger, Barrington Levy, Ranking JoeSizzla, and Luciano to Buju Banton, Half Pint, Capleton, Anthony B, and Konshens. From the young to the old, from Tarrus Riley, Gyptian, Morgan Heritage, Alborosie, and Bushman to the old-school reggae originals of Jimmy RileyHorace Andy, Johnny Clarke, and Cornell Campbell, Rastafarian culture and reggae still captures the pulse of an Island people.

The AbyssiniansSatta Massagana

Capleton – Raggy Road

Bob Marley & the WailersRastaman Chant

Sly & Robbie – Rastaman Chant

Stephen Marley & Ziggy Marley – The Chapel

Black Uhuru & the Revolutionaries Dread In The Mountain

AswadCandles

The Melodians Rivers Of Babylon

Linval Thompson & U-Roy – Don’t Cut Off Your Dreadlocks & Joyful Locks

Steel PulseNot King James Version

Josey Wales – Bobo Dread

VC – By His Deeds

Bob Marley & The Wailers – Rastaman Live Up!

Burning Spear – Old Marcus Garvey

Burning Spear – Farther East of Jack

Chronixx – Capture Land

Sizzla – Praise Ye Jah

Peter ToshIgziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised)

Alborosie & Michael Rose – Callin’

Barrington LevyA Yah We Deh

Bunny Wailer, Toot & the MaytalsTake A Trip

The Heptones Cool Rasta

Luciano – It’s Me Again Jah

The ShadowsBrother Noah

Buju Banton – Untold Stories

Gregory IsaacsThief a Man

Jacob MillerTenement Yard

Israel Vibration Jericho

Busy Signal – Nah Follow Dem

Morgan HeritageDown By The River

Bob Marley & the Wailers Positive Vibration

The Mighty Diamonds – I Need A Roof

Ini Kamoze – I Want Ital

Delroy Wilson – Rascal Man

Tony Rebel – Jah Is By My Side

Kiddus I – Graduation In Zion

Sizzla – Rastaman Chant

Third World – Cool Meditation

Jah Cure – Trod in the Valley

Dennis Brown – To the Foundation

Luciano & Sizzla – Jah Blessing

Fred Locks – Black Star Liner

Willie Williams – Armagideon Time

Bob Marley & the Wailers – Jah Live

Sly & Robbie – Jah Live

Raging Fyah – Jah Glory

The Abyssinians – Declaration Of Rights

Buju Banton – Give I Strength

Steel Pulse – Babylon Makes The Rules

Chronixx – Rastaman Wheel Out

Burning Spear – Red, Gold & Green

Burning Spear – Workshop

Alborosie – I Rusalem

The Wailing Souls – Kingdom Rise Kingdom Fall

Black Uhuru – Whole World Is Africa

Alton Ellis – Back To Africa

Gentleman – Jah Jah Never Fail

Tenor Saw – Jah Guide and Protect Me

Tenor Saw – Jah Guide Dub

Alborosie – Rastafari Anthem

Bob Marley & the Wailers – Natty Dread

Irie Love – Put Jah First

Garnett Silk – Kingly Character

Horace Andy – Psalm 68

Horace Andy – Dub 68

Half Pint – Bless Us

Buju Banton – ‘Til I’m Laid To Rest

Johnny Clarke – Satta Massagana

I-Roy – Satta

Cocoa Tea – Heathen

Anthony B & Horace Andy – Enter The Kingdom of Zion

J.O.E. – Rasta Chant

The Abyssinians – Y Mas Gan

Alborosie – Dung A Babylon

Toyan – Dread in a Babylon

Damian Marley & Nas – Africa Must Wake Up

Sugar Minott – Black Roots

Burning Spear – Lion

Third World – Dreamland

Tarrus Riley – Love Created I

Johnny Clarke – Be Holy My Brothers And Sisters

Israel Vibration – We a De Rasta

Burning Spear – Jah No Dead

Bob Marley & the Wailers – Iron Lion Zion

Tenor Saw – Who’s Gonna Help Me Praise

Black-Am-I – Samson Strength

Black Uhuru – I Love King Selassie

Mad Cobra – Salassi I Rule

The Mighty Diamonds – Africa

Busy Signal – Jah Love

Ranking Joe & Michael Rose – Poor Man Struggle

Alborosie – Humbleness

Steel Pulse – Biko’s Kindred Lament

The Gladiators – Roots Natty

Sizzla – Black Woman & Child

Busy Signal – Run Whey

Gentleman – Strange Things

Raging Fyah – Music Isn’t Biased

Alborosie – Still Blazing

Yabby You – Conquering Lion

Burning Spear – Calling Rastafari

The Itals – Roll River Jordan

Johnny Clarke – Enter Into His Gates

Third World – Satta Massagana

Raging Fyah – Behold

Israel Vibration – Sodom and Gomarrah

Cornell Campbell – Lion of Judah

Freddie McGregor – Be Alright

Anthony B – Give Praises

Cocoa Tea – Holy Mount Zion

Bunny Wailer – Rastaman

The Mighty Diamonds – jah Will Work It Out

Johnny Clarke – False Rasta

Alborosie – Grow Your Dreads

Richie Spice – Better Tomorrow

Alton Ellis – True Born African

Black Uhuru – Leaving to Zion

Culture – Get Ready To Ride The Lion To Zion

Aswad – Back To Africa

The Mighty Diamonds – Jah Jah Bless The Dreadlocks

Ras Michael And The Sons Of Negus – Rise Jah Jah Children (The Lion Sleeps)

The Wailing SoulsJah Give Us Life

Winston Francis Going to Zion

Sylford Walker & Welton Irie – Chant Down Babylon

Alborosie – Call Up Jah

Morgan Heritage – Hail Up the Lion

Michael Prophet – Jah Love

NEED

Capleton & Luciano – Hail King Selassie

SizzlaReally And Truly

Patrick Andy – Living in Mount Zion

Wayne Wade – Poor and Humble

Ras Bug – Fisherman

I-Roy – Rootsman

Freddie McGregor – Rastaman Camp

Willie Francis – Let’s Go To Zion

Earth & Stone – False Ruler

BushmanKing Selassie I

Determinejah a mi sponsor

LucianoJah Is My Navigator

Horace Andy – Children of Israel

Justin Hinds & the Dominoes – Jordan River

Sugar Minott – Rome

Devon Irons – When Jah Comes

Max Romeo – Babylon’s Burning

Luciano – Jah Live

Morgan Heritage – Set Yourself Free

Bushman – What’s the Matter With the World

Beres Hammond & Flourgon – I Love Jah

Garnett Silk – Mama Africa

Culture – Humble African

Anthony Cruz & Marlene Johnson – Africa

Tarrus Riley – Marcus Teaching

Sylford Walker – Jah Golden Pen

Black Uhuru – Going To Zion

Hell & Fire – Show Us The Way

Little Roy – Bongo Nyah

Junior Byles – King Of Babylon

Konshens – Rasta Imposter

Luciano & Candy Man – Dem No Know Jah

Max Roemo, Conrad Crystal, & Suga Roy – Chant Rasta

Peter Tosh – Mama Africa

Alborosie – I Am

Frankie Paul – Red, Gold, and Green

Cornell Campbell – I Heart Is Clean/Zinc Fence

Dillinger – Gate Number

Pancho Alphonso & the Revolutionaries – Never Give Up In Babylon

Burning Spear – Jah Is Real

Jimmy Riley – Tell The Youths The Truth

Dolphin Morris & Prince Far I – Su Su Pan Rasta / Heavy Manners

Gregory Isaacs – Babylon Too Rough

Culture – Jah Rastafari 

The Wailing Souls – They Don’t Know Jah

Jacob Miller – I’m A Rastaman

Conrad Crystal, Suga Roy, & Gyptian – Jah Jah See Dem

Jah Is My Navigator

World of Reggae Music–Roots and Culture: Rastaman

Saturday at Austin City Limits Festival 2009

Eek-A-Mouse image

Saturday at Austin City Limits the rain came down and drenched Zilker Park. Festival goers went undeterred as the puddles turned into seas of mud. The first band I saw was Mute Math, who played a mean version of 
”Spotlight.” MUTE MATH mashes electronica and hard rock. These New Orleans musicians are excellent entertainers putting on quite the show. Lead singer and keyboardist Paul Meany literally did flips while playing his keys. Also MUTE MATH has a wonderful collection of interesting instruments from space-age synthesizers to wild effects pedal boards. Following Mute Math, I caught part of Canadian singer-songwriter Sam Roberts‘s set under the tent. I heard someone describe Sam Roberts as the Canadian Bruce Springsteen and certainly the comparison seemed apt.

The rain really started to fall as Citizen Cope took the main stage. Despite the rain Citizen Cope served up some spectacular music. His laid back flip-flop rock lightened the mood with   “Back Together“
  and
  “107°.”   And a mean version of the protest song “Bullet And A Target”  brought energy to the wet crowd.
 Clarence Greenwood aka Citizen Cope capped the set with the ballad  “Sideways.”

Next Jamaican reggae superstar Eek-A-Mouse filled the Wildflower tent with reggae lovers and good vibes.  This unique singjay performed his smash hit  “Ganja Smuggling”  to a most appreciative audience. Interesting enough the Mouse also performed a cover of Dolly Parton‘s classic country song
 “Jolene.”  It was amazing. The Mouse soaked up the Texas outlaw sound dropping gun-slinging rhymes and rawhide whips.
 Eek-A-Mouse is quite the entertainer demanding crowd participation and ensuring sweet reggae grooves. With the crowd shouting “Irie” the Mouse dropped the reggae classic  “Wa-Do-Dem” and closed with  “Sensi Party.”

Mos Def performed on the AMD stage playing a red hot version of 
”Casa Bey”  from the new album The Ecstatic. The Brooklyn rapper also covered one of Bobby Brown‘s love songs “Roni.”  The smooth voice and bass heavy beats of this young rhyme sayer leaves fans bobbing their heads.

Mos Def image

Devotchka turned out to be the highlight of the evening. In fact, I consider Devotchka to be the nicest surprise at the festival this year. I knew certain bands would kick ass. But I wasn’t even planning on seeing Devotchka until some of my friends talked me into seeing them. The Denver-based band of gypsies rocked and rollicked. One amazing performing burlesque artist glided above stage on a giant red curtain. Devotchka includes multi-instrumentalists Nick Urata (vocals, guitar, trumpet), Tom Hagerman (violin, accordion), Jeanie Schroder (sousaphone, bass), and percussionist Shawn King. I highly recommend seeing this band. You will not be let down. Their music is beautiful and fun. One of my friends said she liked to listen to this band when she cleaned. I can see why. It doesn’t matter if your are cleaning or standing in the mud Devotchka deserves a listen.

Devotchka image

The Dave Matthews Band headlined Saturday night. The group played my favorite song off the new album Big Whiskey And The GrooGrux King entitled  “Funny The Way It Is.” Also from the new album the boys kicked out “Shake Me Like A Monkey” and “Spaceman.”  The Dave Matthews Band played some classic tracks, including “Jimi Thing” and
 “Cornbread.”
 And after a brilliant cover version of the Talking Heads song “Burning Down The House,” launched into the crowd pleasers
 “So Much To Say,”  
”Ants Marching,” and  “Two Step.”

Saturday at Austin City Limits Festival 2009

50 Reggae Singles for Summer 2009 – Top Reggae Singles 2009

TOP REGGAE SINGLES 2009 – 50 Reggae Singles for Summer 2009

  1. Courtney JohnLucky Man
  2. Major Lazer featuring Mr. Vegas and Jovi Rockwell Can’t Stop Now
  3. Daweh CongoStraight Up Conscious
  4. Richie Spice Street Life
  5. Chali 2na, Damian Marley, & Stephen Marley Guns Up
  6. Sean PaulSo Fine
  7. AlborosieNo Cocaine
  8. Terry Linen No Time To Linger
  9. Alborosie & I-Eye Mama She Don’t Like You
  10. RockamovyaThe Bounty
  11. Gyptian – Money Man
  12. Julian Marley Boom Draw
  13. BushmanYou Can’t Blame The Youth
  14. Ziggy Marley & Willie NelsonThis Train
  15. Easy Star All-Star’s, Luciano, & U-Roy – With A Little Help From My Friends Dub
  16. Easy Star All-Stars & LucianoWith A Little Help From My Friends
  17. Sean Paul & Estelle – Come Over
  18. Cherine Anderson Talk If Yuh Talking
  19. Black Ryno Real Stingers
  20. Daweh Congo Ghetto Skyline
  21. Julian Marley & Damian MarleyViolence In The Streets
  22. Buju Banton & John Legend Can’t Be My Lover
  23. LadenTime To Shine
  24. Romain Virgo Mi Caan Sleep
  25. Tarrus RileyHuman Nature
  26. Easy Star All Stars, Michael Rose, & Menny MoreA Day In The Life
  27. Black Rhyno – Dollar Coin
  28. Major Lazer featuring Ms. Thing & T.O.K. Bruk Out
  29. SeraniPlaying Games
  30. Sean Paul Press It Up
  31. Bounty Killer Corrupt
  32. Easy Star All Stars & Max Romeo – Fixing A Hole
  33. Damian Marley & B-Real Fire
  34. Queen IfricaKeep It To Yourself
  35. Tarrus Riley & KonshensGood Girl Gone Bad
  36. Busy Signal Praise & Worship
  37. Vybz Kartel – Mind Pon Mi Mind
  38. Beres HammondSee You Again
  39. RockamovyaRock in Place
  40. Queen IfricaBelow The Waist
  41. Jah VinciWatch Your Friends
  42. Da’Ville Never Gonna Cry
  43. Ziggy Marley, Jack Johnson, & Paula FugaCry, Cry, Cry
  44. Buju Banton & Third WorldSense Of Purpose
  45. Easy Star All Stars & Frankie PaulLucy In The Sky With Diamonds
  46. JahmaliEl Shaddai
  47. Ziggy Marley & Toots Hibbert Take Me To Jamaica
  48. Easy Star All Stars & Steel Pulse Good Morning Good Morning
  49. Easy Star All Stars & the Mighty DiamondsGetting Better
  50. Machel Montano HD & Collie Buddz – Fly Away
50 Reggae Singles for Summer 2009 – Top Reggae Singles 2009