Top Ranking Reggae Tracks of 2017

Damian “Junior Gong” Marley – “Slave Mill”

Chronixx – “Skankin’ Sweet”

Jesse Royal – “Roll Me Something”

Damian “Junior Gong” Marley – “Here We Go”

Chronixx – “Spanish Town Rockin'”

Collie Buddz – “Part of My Life”

Agent Sasco AKA Assassin – “Winning Right Now”

Jay-Z & Damian “Junior Gong” Marley – “Bam”

King Kossa, Konshens, & Shenseea – Best NaNa

Collie Buddz – “Good Life”

Damian “Junior Gong” Marley & Stephen Marley – “Medication”

Bugle & Shaggy – “Ganja”

Ziggy Marley – “See Dem Fake Leaders”

Richie Spice – “California”

Chronixx & Chronicle – “Big Bad Sound”

Damian “Junior Gong” Marley – “Grown & Sexy”

Alborosie – “Living Dread”

Collie Buddz & P-Lo – “Level”

Jesse Royal – “Always Be Around”

Jah Sun – “Guess Who”

Droop Lion – “Have You Seen the Rain”

The Expanders – “Life is a Funny Thing”

Jesse Royal – “Generation”

Collie Buddz, Jody Highroller, & Snoop Dogg – “Yesterday”

Queen Ifrica – “All That I’m Asking”

Chronixx – “Likes”

Sean Paul & Shenseea – “Rolling”

New Kingston – “Come From Far”

Spiritual – ‘Time Has Come”

Gentleman’s Dub Club – “Dancing in the Breeze”

Shenseea – “Time Up”

Dexta Daps – “21”

Popcaan, Assassin, Mad Cobra, Teddy Bruckshot, Killa P, & Gorillaz – Starun Barz (Cadenza Remix)

Protoje & Mortimer – “Truth & Rights”

Alkaline – “Money Man”

Jah Cure – “Telephone Love”

Madd Again! – “Watagwan Yo”

Damian “Junior Gong” Marley & Major Myjah – “Upholstery”

Collie Buddz – “Lovely Day”

Raging Fyah – “Would You Love Me”

Chronixx – “Black Is Beautiful”

Alkaline – “Pretty Girl Team”

Kid Nesian – “Wind of Change”

Cham – “Money Whine”

Dirty Heads – “Vacation”

Tarrus Riley & Estelle – “Love Like Ours”

Richie Spice – “I Don’t Got It”

Etana – “My Man”

Vybz Kartel & Shenseea – Movie (Loodi Remix)

Damian “Junior Gong” Marley – “Everybody Wants To Be Somebody”

Nesbeth – “Success Story”

Busy Signal & DJ Spooky – “Hot Gal”

Jesse Royal – “Fyah Fyah”

Skip Marley – “Lions”

Gentleman – “This Is Love”

Dre Island & Popcaan – “We Pray”

Collie Buddz – “Control

Culan – “Easy To Love You”

Cham – “Hero”

New Kingston – “Kingston Fyah Dub”

SOJA – “Moving Stones”

Jesse Royal – “Life’s Sweet”

Christopher Martin – “Better Than The Stars”

Bounty Killer – “Duh Better Than This”

Major Lazer, J Balvin, & Sean Paul – “Buscando Huellas”

Top Ranking Reggae Tracks of 2017

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

Top Ranking REGGAE songs of 2013

SOJA – She Still Loves Me (Acoustic)

SOJA and Collie Buddz – She Still Loves Me (Remix)

Jah Bouks – Angola

Stephen Marley, Buju Banton, and Akon – My Conclusion

Shaggy and Beres Hammond – Fight This Feeling

Alborosie – Who Run the Dance

Gentleman – Heart of Rub-A-Dub

Natty, Alborosie, and Busy Signal – Change (Vibe & Pressure Remix)

Protoje – Kingston Be Wise

Luciano – Weapons of War

Alborosie – Woman I Need You

Chronixx – Smile Jamaica

Protoje – Black Cinderella

The Courtney John Project – Black Cinderella

Jah9 – Avacado

Stephen Marley, Jah Cure, and Christopher Ellis – End of Time

Chronixx, Sizzla Kalonji, Protoje, and Kabaka Pyrmaid – Selsassie Souljahz

Addis Pablo & the Suns of Dub – Selassie Souljahz Dub

Tanya Stephens and Lone Ranger – If You Knew

Joe Lickshot – Vintage Conccert

Etana and Busy Signal – Love, Love, Love

Dre Island – Uptown Downtown

Sizzla – Good Love

Capleton and Slightly Stoopid – No Cocaine

Major Lazer, Busy Signal, The Flexican, and FS Green – Watch Out For This (Bumaye)

Freddie McGregor – For Your Love

Chronixx – Good Over Evil

Green Lion Crew, Kabaka Pyrmaid, Chronixx, and Dre Island – Rasta Road (Rough Road Remix)

Jah9 – Steamers A Bubble

Maxi Priest – Easy To Love

Gyptian – Wine Slow

Cocoa Tea, Shaggy, and Joe – Like Never Before

I-Wayne and Rebelution – So High

SOJA and J. Boog – Fuck Your System (Jr Blender Mentality Remix)

Snoop Lion, Mavado, and Popcaan – Lighters Up

The Aggrolites – Complicated Girl

Luciano – Create Our History (Freedom)

Jemere Morgan – Neighborhood Girl

Sizzla – Dem Nuh Business

Macka Diamond – Dye Dye

Chronixx – Here Comes Trouble

Snoop Lion and Akon – Tired of Running

Luciano and Anthony B – Never Leave the Roots

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

Richie Stephens and U-Roy – Real Reggae Music

Chronixx – Odd Ras

Black-Am-I – Samson Strength

Morgan Heritage – Here Comes The King

Mavado – Million Dollar Man

Ezra Koenig and Major Lazer – Jessica

Snoop Lion and Mr. Vegas – Fruit Juice

Eek-A-Mouse and the Expendables – Ganja Smugglin’

Major Lazer, Vybz Kartel, Santigold, Danielle Haim, and Yasmin – You’re No Good

Wayne Marshall, Damian “Junior Gong” Marley, Bounty Killer, I-Octane, Aidonia, and Vybz Kartel – Go Hard

Samantha J – Tight Up Skirt

Busy Signal – Bedroom Bully

Jo Mersa – Comfortable

Vybz Kartel – Business

Wyclef Jean and Major Lazer – Reach for the Stars

Gyptian – Non Stop

Sean Paul – Other Side of Love

Snoop Lion – La La La

Anthony B – Can’t Stop Loving You

Chronixx – Behind Curtain

Bob Marley, Ziggy Marley, and the Wailers – Stir It Up (Ziggy Marley Remix)

 

Top Ranking REGGAE songs of 2013

Top Ranking Albums of October 2013

Paul McCartneyNEW [Hear Music 2013]

Sly & Robbie present ShaggyOut of Many, One Music [Ranch Entertainment 2013]

GyptianSex, Love, and Reggae [VP Records 2013]

ChvrchesThe Bones of What You Believe [Glassnote 2013]

Arcade Fire Reflektor [Arcade Fire 2013]

Deltron 3030 Event II [Bulk Recordings 2013]

M.I.A.Matangi [Interscope 2013]

Tom BrosseauGrass Punks[Crossbill Records 2013]

The BlowThe Blow [Kanine Records 2013]

Blood Orange Chamakay [Domino 2013]

Gipsy KingsSavor Flamenco [Knitting Factory 2013]

Pearl JamLightning Bolt [Republic Records 2013]

LordePure Heroine [Lava Music 2013]

Luscious JacksonMagic Hour [City Song 2013]

Sleigh BellsBitter Rivals [Mom & Pop Music 2013]

The Head and the Heart Let’s Be Still [Sub Pop Records 2013]

Top Ranking Albums of October 2013

Top Ranking Albums of March 2012

Busy SignalReggae Music Again [VP Records 2012]

Bruce SpringsteenWrecking Ball [Columbia 2012]


SizzlaIn Gambia [VP Records 2012]


Lyle LovettRelease Me [Lost Highway 2012]

Damian MarleyAffairs of the Heart [Tuff Gong 2012]

Dr. JohnLocked Down [Nonesuch 2012]

SizzlaThe Chant [VP Records 2012]


BassnectarVavoom [Amorphous Music 2012]

RuskoSongs [Mad Decent 2012]

B.B. KingLive at Royal Albert Hall 2011 [Shout! Factory 2012]

KonshensMental Maintenance [VP Records 2012]

Top Ranking Albums of March 2012

Top Ranking Albums of August 2011

We Remember Gregory Isaacs

Top Ranking Albums of August 2011

  1. Various ArtistsWe Remember Gregory Isaacs [VP Records 2011]
  2. Digitaldubs#1 [ROIR 2011]
  3. Robert Earl Keen, Jr. Ready For Confetti [Lost Highway 2011]
  4. Fyah T & Next Generation Family – Familywise [Family Music 2011]
  5. Various ArtistsMaximum Sound 2011 [Maximum Sound 2011]
  6. Red Hot Chili Peppers I’m With You [Warner Brothers 2011]
  7. Various Artists Steely & Clevie Presents Memories [VP Records 2011]
  8. 10 Ft. Ganja PlantShake Up The Place [ROIR 2011]
  9. BassnectarDivergent Spectrum [Amorphous Music 2011]
  10. I-WayneLife Teachings [VP Records 2011]
  11. Guy Clark Songs And Stories [Dualtone Records 2011]
  12. J BoogBack Yard Boogie[Washouse Records 2011]
  13. John Hiatt Dirty Jeans And Mudslide Hymns [New West 2011]
  14. Shaggy  – Summer In Kingston [Ranch Entertainment 2011]
  15. Kanye West & JayZWatch The Throne [Roc-A-Fella 2011]
Divergent Spectrum
Top Ranking Albums of August 2011

The World of Reggae Music–Dancehall Reggae: The New School

On this edition of the World Reggae Music Collection the dancehall is explored. This volume follows the New School Dancehall Reggae artists. The King of the Dancehall Beenie Man and the controversial Buju Banton make the New School, but it is the young talented new singjays that lead on this compilation of killer singles. The heavy hitting Busy Signal, Mavado, and Bugle alongside the popular Sean Paul, Shaggy, Mr. Vegas, and Collie Buddz provide original lyrics and styles over blazing riddims.

Dancehall Reggae: The New School

Chuckle Berry – Good Life

Beenie Man & Lil Kim – Fresh From Yard

Gyptian – Duggu Duggu

Busy Signal Jail

Vybz Kartel – Like A Movie

Stephen Marley, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, & Buju Banton – Jah Army

Heavy D – Long Distance Girlfriend

Sean Paul Watch Them Roll

Shaggy, Rik Rok, & Tony GoldBonafide Girl

Jah Mason & Nico D – Ruff Times

Gyptian – Hold You

Lady Saw  – Me Hold You (Raw)

Protoje – Take Control

MungaBad From Mi Born

Laden – Time To Shine

Collie Buddz – Let Me Know

MavadoTop Shotta Nah Miss

Mr. Vegas Barrington Levy – Mus Come A Road

Elephant Man Bring It

Bugle – What Have I Done To You

Alborosie – Ragamuffin

Sean Paul & Konshens – Want Dem All

Whippa Demus & Tarrus Riley – Special Occasion

Beenie Man & Ms. ThingDude

Tanya Stephens – Can’t Breathe

Elan & Cutty Ranks – You Don’t Come Around

I-Wayne – Can’t Satisfy Her

Chino – Never Change (From Mawning)

Queen Ifrica – Welcome to Montego Bay

Collie Buddz – Movin’ On

Bounty Killer & Wayne Marshall – Smoke Clears

Gyptian – Nah Let Go

Popcaan – Everything Nice

Busy Signal, Anthony Red Rose, & Joe Lickshot – 119

Protoje – Kingston Be Wise

Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Bounty Killer, Treach of Naughty By Nature, & Bunny Wailer – Educated Fools

Rankin’ SkrooRun Come

Chuck Fenda – Gash Dem

YTMillion StylezMr. WilliamzBlack JA, & Iver – Champion Sound

Assassin – Hand Inna Di Air

Elephant Man – Dance and Sweep

Sean Paul – So Fine

Noiseshaper – The Signal

ChezidekCall Pon Dem

Beres Hammond – Give It All You Got

Queen Ifrica – Below The Waist (Put on Yuh Thong)

Skarra Mucci & Delroy Wilson – Movie Star

Collie Buddz – No Time

T.O.K., Ms. Thing, & Major Lazer – Bruk Out

Barrington Levy & Slightly Stoopid – See It No Other Way

Alborosie – Sound Killa

Sean Paul & Iggy Azaela – Wickedest Style

Heavy D & Barrington Levy – Love Me Like This

Agent Sasco – She’s Gone

Gyptian – Tease Me (Haffi Easy)

Busy Signal – People So Evil

Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley – Wanted (Just Ain’t The Same)

Tanya Stephens – Unapologetic

Gentleman & Red Rose – Tempolution

Jahdan Blakkamore & Major Lazer – Cash Flow

Collie Buddz & Major Lazer – Good Enuff

Tarrus Riley & Konshens – To The Limit Remix

Mr. Vegas Tek Weh Yuh Self

JavaughnRich Quick

Kymani MarleyThe March

Lone Ranger, Brisa Roche, Bost & BimJamaican Boy

Cham & Michael Rose – Stronger

I-Wayne – Leave If You Want To Leave

Demarco – Fallen Soldier

Kim Davis & SizzlaHush

Busy Signal Cool Baby

Collie BuddzMamacita

ShaggyMore Woman

Gentleman & Sugar Minott – Good Old Days

Seeed – Dancehall Caballeros

Sean PaulPick It Up & Drop It

Tanya StephensIt’s A Pity

Natural Black Far From Reality

Munga – Take My Place

Vybz Kartel, Popcaan, & Gaza Slim – Clarks

Wayne Marhsall, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Bounty Killer, I-Octane, Aidonia, & Vybz Kartel – Go Hard

Demarco – She Can’t Wait

Agent Sasco – Island Lover

Bounty Killer – Roots, Reality And Culture

Wayne Wonder & Trina – For My Love

Beenie Man – Blackboard

Chino & Denyque – Driving Me Insane 

Burro Banton – Bad Like Mi

Collie Buddz – Playback

AkonMama Africa

Serani – She Loves Me

Voicemail & Ding DongWacky Dip

DemarcoSort Dem Out

SizzlaSpring Break

BugleJourneys

Busy Signal – These Are The Days

Vybz Kartel & Major Lazer – Pon Di Floor

Beenie ManWine Gal

Collie Buddz – Gimmie Love

JamelodyPressure

Anthony B – Tease Her

Serani & BugleDoh

Collie Buddz – Come Down

T-Pain, Kardinal Offishall, & ChamShottas

KonshensWinner

Gentleman – Runaway

MavadoOvercome

ShaggyBody A Shake

Melanie “Syren” HallSomebody Come Get Me

SeraniPlaying Games

Bolistik, Lutan Fyah, Junior Reid, Rankin Scroo, & Ras Attitude – One Big Family

Bugle & Tarrus Riley Nothing Change

DeMarco – Love My Life

Everton Blender & Tony Rebel – Kanta Combination

Richie Spice Brown Skin

Laden – Money Over War

Mavado – On The Go (Faster Than Bullet)

Sean Paul Press It Up

Busy Signal – Unknown Number

Tarrus Riley & KonshensGood Girl Gone Bad

SizzlaGood Ways

Mavado & BugleSet Me Free

Collie Buddz – Eyez

Michael Rose – Short Temper

Shabba Ranks – None Ah Dem

Elephant Man & Bounty Killer – How We Do It

Junior Reid & Alborosie – Respect

Heavy D & Sizzla – Private Dancer

Collie Buddz – Phonecall

Tanya Stephens – Pon De Corner

Buju Banton – Don’t Follow

WASP – Unfair Officer

Shaggy, Sizzla, & Collie Buddz – Mad Mad World

Mavado & Nicky Minaj – Give It All To Me

Busy Signal – Fire Ball

Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley – Set Up Shop

Snoop Lion & Mavado – Lighters Up

Wayne Marshall & Mavado – My Heart (Remix)

Sean Paul – Concrete

T.O.K. – Girlz, Girlz

Seeed – Ding

Mavado – Peppa

Snoop Lion & Mr. Vegas – Fruit Juice

Burro Banton – Inna Mi League

Collie Buddz – Nice Up Yourself

Bushman & Skarra Mucci – Pretty Looks

Sizzla – Rise To The Occasion

Busy Signal & Chris Martin – Lock Di Endz

Vybz Kartel – Summertime

YTMr. WilliamsBlackout JaMichie One – Bills

Sean Paul – Turn Me On

Richie Spice – Galang Yah Gal

Chino – Protected

Romain Virgo – What This Pon Me

I-Octane – Think A Little Time

Collie Buddz – My Everything

Apache Indian & Desmond Dekker – The Israelites

Jah Cure Junior Reid – Hot Long Time

DeMarco – Good Book

Lutan Fyah – Over Come Dem

YT – Real Music

Sean Paul – Tallest

Chino – God Nah Sleep (Rise and Fall Story)

MavadoSo Special

Anthony B – Just Can’t Live That Way

Wayne Marshall – Swaggin WTF!! (Too Bad For You)

Laza – One By One

Lutan Fyah – Come Over

Jah Cure – Respect

Rock City – All I Want

Vybz Kartel – Better Can Wuk (Stuck)

Delly Ranx, Taranchyla, & Froggy Madd Squad – Wifey Anthem/Video Light Meledy

Beenie Man – Let’s Go

Bramma – Bad

Tarrus Riley – Dem A Watch (Wanna See Us Break Up)

Mavado – Final Destination

Everton Blender & Beenie Man – Slackness

Marcia Griffiths – A Beer and A Girl

Gentleman & Christopher Martin – To The Top

M.I.A., Busy Signal, & Major Lazer – Sound Of Siren

Shaggy & Agent Sasco – Feeling Alive

Bounty Killer – Ready Fi Dem

T.O.K. – Couple Up

Popcaan – Ravin

Mr. Vegas – Good Life

Jah Vinci Watch Your Friends

Sean Paul – Got 2 Love U

Barrington Levy, Beenie Man, Suga Roy, & Conrad Crystal – She Call Mi Phone

Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley – Dem Neva Mek It

MavadoMocking Bird

Alborosie – Bad Mind

Prodigal SonHead Cyaan Hot So

Chipmunk – Every Gal

Sean Paul – Caught

Da Professor – Summer Nice

Richie Spice – My Love

MavadoHope And Pray

Mr. Vegas – Gallis

Cutty Ranks – Blood Stain

Jimmy Riley – Contradictions

Lutan Fyah & Adeena Myrie – If That Girl

Bounty Killer – Mr. Pol-lu-tition

Charly Blacks – Bubble Again (That Mi Seh)

Jah Vinci – Gawn Home

Michael Rose – Dance Wicked

Mavado – Nine Life

Romain Virgo – Can’t You See

Busy Signal – How you Bad So

I-Octane – Nah Ramp Wid Me

Khago – Nah Sell Out

Beenie Man – I’m OK

Shaggy & Alaine – For Your Eyez Only

Seeed – Schwinger

Tony Matterhorn – Dancehall Duppy

Mavado – Don’t Worry

Harvey & Mista Brown – Hot Gyal

I-Octane – My Life

Bugle – Tell Me

Michael Rose – Never Give It Up

Konshens – Crossfire

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Perfect – Corner Store

Mr. Vegas, Rayvon, Channel Live, U-Roy – Wear You to the Ball

Ms. Dynamite – Fall In Love Again

Mr. Vegas – Sassa Step

Mavado – House Cleaning

Bramma – Deh Body Dem

Demarco – Tru Friend

Beenie Man & Camar – Jamaican Party

Sean Paul – All Night Long

The World of Reggae Music–Dancehall Reggae: The New School

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

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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

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

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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