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Review: The Mighty Diamonds - Right Time (1976)

I was late to this record. Having discovered reggae via punk rock, I avoided a lot of “roots” reggae of the 70s for many years instead sticking the ska, rocksteady and skinhead reggae side of the reggae coin. 203 more words


Tribute to the Martyrs

Best to strike when irons hot,
It will not bend when cold….
Not to late to learn my friend
Wisdom ripes with old age, if you got it… 65 more words

Reggae: Micah Shemaiah to Perform in Europe

The Jamaica Observer reports that a new wave of Jamaican musicians, including singer Micah Shemaiah, are looking to build on the legacy of pioneers of world touring like Bob Marley, Burning Spear and Culture. 248 more words


Buju Banton & Wayne Wonder- I Dont Know Why/ Bona fide Love

Wayne Wonder and Buju Banton pretty much created an instant classic and love song here to last for the ages.

Wayne Wonder is a reggae fusion artiste he most does reggae and R&B. 244 more words


Buju Banton - Champion

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Champion is a track from Buju Banton’s albumĀ  445 more words



The Rise Of Chronixx has been a joy to watch.

Initially, it was Pierre Bost at VP records who told me watch out for a conscious new generation yout’ called Chronixx and right now he is definitely on the rise and working it old skool with a nu-skool mindset. 283 more words

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