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Jah9 Note to Self

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Jah9 – Note To Self : Album Review (VP Records)

If there was a perfect time to publish an album that elevates self-reliance , self awareness, consciousness, meditation as well as strength of a woman - that time is now. After her first two albums "New Name" and "9", third album "Note To Self" has a whole new meaning where present Jah9 is talking to her younger version, reassuring that she can, and should, keep going because no matter what she's facing today, she will get through it. Of course, […]

todayMarch 25, 2020 34

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Interview with Manjul, Dub to Mali sessions

We've been blessed with an interview with one of the most gifted musicans of today, Manjul. In this interview we've talked about Manjul's early life, latest ablum sessions "Dub to Mali", life views, political situation in the world and life itself. We hope this interview will give closure to the listener about artists life and inspirational force he drives through all kind of sources in life, from religion and personal beliefs to his connection with other human beings. Which should […]

todayJuly 17, 2019 64

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Suga Roy & The Fireball Crew – “Honoring the Kings of Reggae” (Reggaewerx PR)

You could hear Suga Roy & The Fireball Crew songs and jingles rotating daily on our playlists, but it's time to reveal their work and put a word to it. Recently they've released album labeled "Honoring the Kings of Reggae", and label itself describes the album where they've been hailing the music from the reggae icons like Black Uhuru (Guess Who's Coming to Dinner), Dennis Brown (Wolf & Leopards), Peter Tosh (Coming in Hot) and other legends. In the songs, […]

todayJuly 13, 2019 35

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The new album is out by Max Romeo “Words from the Brave” (Baco Records)

MAX ROMEO wrote and sang worldwide hits which marked reggae golden agelike “War Inna Babylon” or “Chase The Devil” (covered by international stars such as JAY-Z and THE PRODIGY), today he finally returns after many years away. Inhis late 74s this big name in Jamaican reggae music will present his new album. WORDS FROM THE BRAVE has been released on June 28th.The album’s title speaks about the epic journey of this man native from Jamaican campaign who went to Kingston […]

todayJuly 1, 2019 35

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Manjul – the third session of compilation “Dub to Mali” is out (Baco Records)

For those who haven't heard earlier about this great musician - it's time to discover his work. Short bio: To begin with, who is Manjul? Manjul is a French reggae / dub-multi instrumentationist born in Paris in 1976. When he was seven years old he began playing violin and at 14 he devoted himself to the Rastafarianism - attracted by its music and culture. A little later, he met a Mahoran musician, Baco Mourchid, who had his own studio. In […]

todayJune 17, 2019 41

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FC Apatride UTD’s new album “Third Worldism” promotion on Regganeracija at 20:00h CET

Serbian reggae band "FC Apatride UTD" has been working hard in the past two years. Less then a year from their previous album "Roots History Book", they've released yet another gem. A new album labeled "Third Worldism" recorded by the "Earth Works Studio" records. Both of these albums have a similar goal, presenting history facts from an angle of a common working man, away from the western propaganda. Lyrics in "Third Worldism" are about the monopoly in the world, oppression […]

todayJanuary 29, 2019 37

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Ken Boothe has released a new album

Ken Booth shortened of Kenneth George Boothe, has released his new album as part of the Inna De Yard project. This excellent Jamaican singer crowned his career with another album, which he states is one of his greatest achievements in his career. The reason why the "Inna De Yard" project was labeled so, lies in the fact that they all started their musical career in their own backyard. Additional motive and inspiration to Ken Booth are the facts that this […]

todayNovember 22, 2017 7

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Ken Boothe drops acoustic album in November

Along with several other reggae veterans Jamaican vocalist Ken Boothe was featured on Inna de Yard's comeback album The Soul of Jamaica, released earlier this year. His two cuts on the album – Let the Water Run Dry and Artibella – were among the best cuts on the set. Now Ken Boothe has teamed up with Inna de Yard for a brand new full-length album scheduled for release on November 10. The first single off the set is a heartfelt […]

todayNovember 6, 2017 5

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