Affairs of The Heart – 100% Buju Banton for the Ladies

This is the another exclusively Buju Banton episode, this time focusing on the subjects of love and relationships.

Episode 28 - Buju for the Ladies

The Reggae Lover Podcast: Episode 28 – Buju for the Ladies

Always a favorite with the female fan-base, Gargamel sets a high lyrical standard with efficient delivery as he sings, chants, and raps to and about the ladies.

Buju Banton Playlist:

1    Affairs of the Heart
2    One to One
3    Make You Mine
4    Good Lookin’ Gal
5    I Wanna Be Loved
6    Love Sponge
7    Don’t Give Way Me Tings
8    Miss Ready Body
9    Can’t Be My Lover
10  Love Me Brownin
11  Love Black Woman
12  If Loving Was A Crime
13  Go If You Want
14  Girl U Know
15  Good Body
16  Try Offa Yuh
17  Buy Love
18  Paid Not Played
19  Champion
20  Gone A Lead
21  Water Man
22  Your Night Tonight
23  It’s All Over
24  Love Haffi Request
25  Be My Love Tonight
26  Love You Like
27  Make My Day
28  Red Rose
29  Sense of Purpose
30  Hush Baby Hush

*ROCKSTEADY* Sunday, Nov. 2nd [8PM-Midnight] at The Sound Table

ROCKSTEADY aka Early Sundays ATL, GA.  – Reggae starts at 8pm, but the Sound Table opens up at 7pm so please come out early to take in the vibes.  The November Edition of ‘Rocksteady’ presents a Sweet Reggae Music soundtrack by Highlanda Sound System and DJ Passport of The Honorary Citizen.

"ATLANTA's ONLY monthly Roots Reggae event!" 

“ATLANTA’s ONLY monthly Roots Reggae event!” (21+ / Music lovers / Grown and Sexy)

Inviting all Kings and Queens to an official Coronation Day celebration for Emperor Haile Selassie I and an official musical tribute to reggae legend, singer John Holt, who passed on to Zion last week.  This is a priceless event, therefore admission will be complimentary.

John Holt

Cover of John Holt

Rocksteady: Classic Reggae, Lovers Rock, 80s and 90s Dancehall at The Sound Table every 1st Sunday

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REGGAE: 1st Sundays at the Sound Table #ATL

REGGAE: 1st Sundays at the Sound Table #ATL

REGGAE ARTIST TRANQUILITY CHOOSES POSITIVITY

Tranquility Reggae

Reggae artist Tranquility

Tran-Quility means “calm” which basically says a lot about this upcoming artist and songwriter that is on a journey to become one of reggae music’s great. Though his genre of music is mainly cultural Reggae, TranQuility is incredibly versatile as he pulls his inspiration from many different artists such as; Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Buju Banton, Marcia Griffiths and Jah9. TranQuility is inspired by POSITIVENESS AND LIFE and this is what his music reflects.

He defines his music as relaxing, realistic, while at the same time, youthful and fun. His goal is to send a Positive Message to today’s Youths. TranQuility’s songs can be found on ITUNES, AMAZON, and other online music stores. Anyone wanting to work with him should contact his manager; Christine Dinel (Chrissy fox) via email at chrissypromo20@gmail.com

Check out TranQuility’s latest video here.

TRAN-QUILITY SOCIAL MEDIA

 

Super Cat’s Career Highlighted in new mix

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 Reggae Lover Podcast Episode 22 – Super Cat takes Center Stage

Super Cat is a deejay who achieved widespread popularity during the late 1980s and early 1990s dancehall movement. His nickname, "Wild Apache", was given to him by his mentor Early B. He is the elder brother of reggae artist Junior Cat and is considered one of the greatest deejays within the Jamaican dance-hall scene to date.  This is not a commercial mix so if youre looking for the collaborations with Kriss Kross, Biggie Smalls, and 112 recorded after Cat was signed to Columbia Records, you are in the wrong place.  This mix goes back to the roots in the Cockburn Pen / Seaview Gardens section of Kingston and tours through recordings produced by Steely & Clevie, King Jammy's, and his own Wild Apache Productions label.    About an hour in length, here is the #ReggaeLover tribute to Super Cat, a major figure in the positive-consciousness dancehall movement.

Super Cat, Don Dada album artwork.

 

Super Cat is a deejay who achieved widespread popularity during the late 1980s and early 1990s dancehall movement. His nickname, “Wild Apache”, was given to him by his mentor Early B. He is the elder brother of reggae artist Junior Cat and is considered one of the greatest deejays within the Jamaican dance-hall scene to date.

This is not a commercial mix so if your’e listenting for the collaborations with Kriss Kross, Biggie Smalls, and 112 recorded after Cat was signed to Columbia Records, you are in the wrong place.

This mix goes back to the roots in the Cockburn Pen / Seaview Gardens section of Kingston, captures the style Super Cat brought live on stage performing with KillamanJaro Sound System, and tours through recordings produced by Steely & Clevie, King Jammy‘s, and his own Wild Apache Productions label.

About an hour in length, here is the #ReggaeLover tribute to Super Cat, a major figure in the positive-consciousness dancehall movement.

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1990’s Reggae Music, Top Songs and Riddims from the Dancehall

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The 90s was the most prolific era for dancehall music and one in which Jamaican music made many strides.  The decade is beloved by many and hailed as the sweetest time for commercially successful crossover dancehall fusion, sound clashes and juggling dances alike.  I have gotten many requests to mix up some of the classic riddims and anthems in this medium and it brings me pleasure to present The Reggae Lover Podcast Episode 17 - dedicated to you, the #REGGAELOVER.

Buju Banton – Mr Mention album cover for Buju’s 1992 debut album.

Tracklist

1 Simpleton – 1/4 to Twelve
2 Captain Barkey – Antichrist
3 Buccaneer – You Nuh Care
4 Lizard – Slapper Dapper
5 Fabby Dolly – Peanut Punch
6 Mad Cobra – Dun Wife
7 Buju Banton – First and Last
8 Mr. Vegas – Everywhere I Go
9 Snow, Nadine Sutherland, Terror Fabulous, Beenie Man, Buju Banton and
Kulcha Know – Anything For You
10 Spragga Benz featuring Nadine Sutherland – Please Me
11 Gary Minott – Seek God
12 Daddy Screw and Bonovan Steele – Miss Bonafied
13 Frisco Kid – You and You Man
14 Terror Fabulous – Behold
15 Spragga Benz – W
16 Beenie Man – Certain Man
17 Beenie Man – Slam
18 Beenie Man – Wicked Ride
19 Buju Banton – Only Man
20 Frisco Kid – Living In Style
21 Spragga Benz featuring Wayne Wonder – Dedicated To My Favorite Girl
22 Dennis Brown – Our Day Will Come
23 Gary Minott – No More
24 Daddy Screw and Bonovan Steele – Big Tings A Gwan
25 Daddy Screw and Bonovan Steele – Dapper (Breathe Again)
26 Don Yute and Wayne Wonder – Loving In Excess
27 Dugsy Ranks – Wifee
28 Louie Culture – No Gyal
29 Frisco Kid – Big Speech
30 Spragga Benz – Tings A Gwaan
31 Buju Banton – Man A Look You
32 Nadine Sutherland and Buju Banton – Second Class Love
33 Nadine Sutherland and Terror Fabulous – Action
34 Wayne Wonder and Louie Culture – Live and Learn
35 Spragga Benz – Peace
36 Beenie Man – Better Learn
37 Rayvon and Red Fox – Bashment Party
38 Bounty Killer and Richie Stephens – Maniac
39 Bounty Killer and Barrington Levy – Living Dangerously
40 Spragga Benz – Camouflage
41 Snagga Puss – Tatie
42 Spragga Benz and Wayne Wonder – Never Keeping Secrets
43 Monster Shack Crew (Ghost, Roundhead, General B) – Round Robin (Do
You Remember?)
44 Jigsy King and Tony Curtis – Real Love
45 Buju Banton – Stamina Daddy

Direct download: 17_-_Reggae_Lover_Podcast.mp3
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Bass Odyssey 24th Anniversary with Stone Love, Killimanjaro, Silver Hawk + Lady Saw: FULL AUDIO

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Sponsored by Guiness, the 24th Anniversary of champion Jamaican sound system Bass Odyssey as held on August 9, 2013 at Salem Beach Lawn in Runaway Bay, St. Ann on the island’s north coast.  Download the full audio from the historic event featuring a performance by Lady Saw plus Killimanjaro, Stone Love, and Silver Hawk in action.

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MAVADO – TIE YUH – OFFICIAL VIDEO – MARKUS RECORDS – 2014

Mavado-Tie Yuh (Persian Mat) Official Video

What are your thoughts on the new video from Mavado?

 

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