Sanchez, L.U.S.T, and Friends – Reggae Lover #4

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This installment of the Reggae Lover podcast is comprised of mostly lovers rock vibes with the likes of SanchezThriller U and Singing Melody, among others featured.

The selection here remains almost exclusively inside of the 1980’s era so you will hear covers of R&B hits from that period in abundance.

These tracks all share a very danceable tempo and are meant to keep you rocking, swinging, skanking, and bouncing throughout.  Please download and share!

Thank you for listening!  Requests? Feedback? Email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com to interact directly with me and also leave a comment below.

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Jamaican reggae singer, Sanchez

TRACKLIST

1   Sanchez – Love Me Forever
2   Beenie Man – Show Fi Flop
3   Sanchez – Lonely
4   Thriller U  – Just Once
5   Admiral Tibett – Destroy A Sound
6   Wayne Wonder – Ebony Eyes
7   Thriller U – Ribbon In The Sky
8   Singing Melody – In This Love Together
9   Super Cat and Chuck Turner – Dolly My Baby
10  Pinchers – Request To Denise
11  Sanchez – Joy
12  Singing Melody – Groovy Kind Of Love
13  Frankie Paul – I Wanna Rock
14  Alton Black and Blacka Ranks – A Gal A Watch You
15  Admiral Bailey – Girl Your Body Good
16  Shabba Ranks – Wicked Inna Bed
17  Shevell Francis – Dreaming
18  Trevor B – Tears On My Pillow
19  Pad Anthony – Slow Dancing
20  Clement Irie and Robert French – Bun and Cheese
21  Copper Ranking, Sixy Morris, Mark Wonder & Johnny Lee – Friends
22  Johnny P and Pliers – Money Bribe

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The Legendary Satta Massagana Riddim Mix

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This mix features the the Satta riddim, short for Satta MassaganaSatta Massagana is a roots reggae album released by The Abyssinians officially in 1976. It is widely considered The Abyssinians’ crowning achievement and a classic roots reggae album. The title track “Satta Massagana” was a huge hit and has been versioned numerous times by both The Abyssinians and other artists since. It has even been adopted by some Rastafarian groups as a hymn used during services. The song, which translates from the Amharic language as “He Gave Praise”, was originally recorded for Studio One in 1969, but the label’s owner, Clement “Coxsone” Dodd declined to release it.

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Also featured in this episode is Title Riddim which was released in 1988.  The late, great singer Wayne Smith (yes he sang more than just Sleng Teng) delivers the blessing with “Jah Is Our Light” before the Soundbwoy Killing tunes start to flow.  Even if you don’t know the artists singing at this point it matters not because the vibes are ever-present and the mixes come smoothly and quickly enough to hopefully put you in trance.

Episode 3 ventures away from the more commercially popular and hit songs mixed in the first 2 Reggae Lover shows and the riddim driven nature of this mix also lends a different type of vibe. Check the playlist and leave a comment below.

Thank you for listening!  Requests? Feedback? Email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com to interact directly with me and also leave a comment below.

Playlist:

1   Wayne Smith – Jah is Our Light
2   Sugar Minott – Can’t Cross the Border
3   Chipi Prophet – Hard Nut To Crack
4   Trevor Levy – Kill A Sound Tonight
5   Scion Success – General
6   Pad Anthony – The Title
7   Ranking Joe – Original General
8   Abbysinians – Satta Massa Gana
9   Bernard Collins – Satta Me No Born Yah
10  Bernard Collins – Satta Don
11  Big Youth – I Pray Thee
12  Prince Far I – Wisdom
13  U-Roy – Blessed
14  Dennis Brown – It Is A Fact
15  Luciano – Man Of Order
16  Jah mali – Cornerstone
17  Anthony B – Good and Bad
18  Capleton – Dislocate
19  Capleton – Raggy Road
20  Sizzla – One Away

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13th Annual Easter Weekend Bash “ILLUSION” with Demarco + Mighty Crown

The 13th Annual Easter Weekend Bash ✨#ILLUSION✨ Starring @DemarcoDaDon Live in Concert + The Return of "The Far East Rulers" @MightyCrown on Sat. April 19th 2014 at @ClubPisces ▶️Music by #MightyCrown l @JohnWayneMovements @Jugglaatl l @DJChigga l #DJAMstar ▶️Get $30 Presold Tickets online: www.unitecentertainment.com ▶️For more info: 678-559-8993 or log on to www.unitecentertainment.com  #unitecevents #clubpisces #dancehall #reggae #demarco #illusion #mightycrown #atlantadancehall #atlantanightlife

The 13th Annual Easter Weekend Bash ✨#ILLUSION✨ Starring @DemarcoDaDon

The 13th Annual Easter Weekend Bash “ILLUSION” Starring @DemarcoDaDon Live in Concert + The Return of “The Far East Rulers” @MightyCrown on Sat. April 19th 2014 at @ClubPisces

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★ACCESS GRANTED★ “SEXY SPRING DRESS” Edition This Friday

The Friday Ritual ★ACCESS GRANTED★ continues with The "SEXY SPRING DRESS" Edition This Friday, March 28th at Club-Pisces Stone-Mountain ▶ Music by: V103's Kash Soundboy l DJ Alpo l Optomistique l Craig Lion ✔ ▶ NO COVER CHARGE ALL NIGHT ✔ ▶ NO COVER CHARGE ALL NIGHT ✔ ▶ Food l Drink l Bottle Specials All Nite ✔ For Birthday Celebrations l VIP Booths & Bottle Service Call 678-559-8993 or log on to www.unitecentertainment.com

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The Biggest Lovers Rock Anthems of the 90s

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Episode 2 - Greatest Lovers Rock Combination Anthems of the 90s

Reggae Lover Episode 2 – Greatest Lovers Rock Combination Anthems of the 90s

1   Yami Bolo and Merciless – Curly Locs

After a short intro from yours truly, this mix starts off with a 1996 hit, Yami Bolo and Merciless singing Curly Locs – a lovely representation of the Junior Byles original song.

2   Andrew Bell and Shelene Thomas – Can You Give Me What I Want?

A big lover’s tune that can be found on one of the VP Records “Strictly the Best” compilation albums from the 90s.  Andrew Bell is still performing today and goes by the name Joseph Quote (aka “Bello”.

3   Sanchez and Beenie Man – Going Away

Quite simply one of the biggest songs on the prolific “Love Bump” riddim.  The King of the Dancehall alongside Sanchez, one of Jamaica’s most beloved voices.

4   Beres Hammond and Buju Banton – My Woman Now (Kahlil Wonda Extra Buju Mix)

In the original version of this song, Buju takes too long to come in.  Here, I have taken care of that problem.  Let me know if you like the sound of this “Extra Buju Mix.”

5   Cocoa Tea and Nadine Sutherland – Its Now or Never

Many have forgotten that these two artists ever sang together on a track. The combo of silky smooth male and female vocals make this tune simply SWEET.

6   Cocoa Tea and Cutty Ranks – Waiting In Vain

This is one song I just don’t mind hearing at any time.  Done nicely by Cocoa and Cutty, this Bob Marley classic is bound to live forever

7   Beres Hammond and Buju Banton – Who Say

Stop everything!  No keep going.  This is one of the top combinations in the business period.

8   Cocoa Tea and Buju Banton – Too Young

I had a tough time selecting only one song from this riddim, but the production on this track is just perfect.  Forward, Rewind and pull up dat!!!

9   Cocoa Tea and Cutty Ranks – I’m Not A King

Once again, hear back-to-back entries from the sweet voice of Cocoa Tea, this time accompanied by Cutty Ranks, who remained relevant in the 90s with solid lyrical delivery in this style.

10  Buju Banton and Wayne Wonder – Lonley

The “Swing Easy” is always a riddim that one can I listen or skank to for an extended period.  In this selection, I am pulling out some of the best cuts to feature, and Buju Banton along with Wayne Wonder have a winner with “Lonely.”

11  Chevelle Franklin and Lady G – The Right Slam (Kahlil Wonda Spicy Mix)

As a second song on in a row on the “Swing Easy” riddim, this song features two of the finest ladies of the era (80s – 90s dancehall).  I have reworked the song here to bring Lady G in at the proper time, thus maintaining the vibes of the mix.

12  Twiggi and Buju Banton – I Want Your Love (Kahlil Wonda Extra Buju Mix)

Buju is my artist, but here again the original press of this Penthouse Records Tempo riddim single makes you wait for a few verses to hear Gargamel come in.  I have made some adjustments to the arrangement so that the singer, Twiggi, goes back and forth with the DJ. This creates the ultimate in vibes.

13  Beres Hammond and Josey Wales – Free and Single (Sweetness)

Beres is the living legend – what more can I say? With father Josey in combination on the Conversation riddim, this remix to “Sweetness” is dancehall solid gold.

 

Thank you for listening!  Requests? Feedback? Email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com to interact directly with me and also leave a comment below.

The Top Conscious Reggae Collaborations of the 1990’s

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This mix consists strictly of my favorite type of song, the collabo aka combination (duet, trio, etc.).  There is usually more energy to a song whenever two or more artists decide to join forces on a single musical project and in reggae music, the excitement is heightened when singers team up with deejays.

Reggae Lover Episode 1 - 1990s Combinations

Reggae Lover Podcast Episode 1 – 1990s Combinations

The combinations selected here are all reality (culture) tunes from the 1990s decade and a listen will most likely improve your mood.  Yes, this compilation will appeal to the #ReggaeLover, fight depression, and promote virtuous ways.

The track list is below. Requests? Email ReggaeLoverPodcast@gmail.com to interact directly with me and also leave a comment below.

Reggae Lover Episode 1 Playlist

1 Beenie Man and Luciano – Crazy Baldheads
2 Beenie Man and Barrington Levy – Murder (Remix)
3 Shabba Rank and Cocoa Tea – Flag Flown High
4 Beenie Man and Determine – Kette Drum
5 Capleton and Yami Bolo – Put Down The Weapon
6 Beenie Man and Barrington Levy – Under Me Sensi (Remix)
7 Beres Hammond and Buju Banton – Ain’t It Good To Know
8 Luciano and Sizzla – Jah Blessing
9 Luciano, Josey Wales and Charlie Chaplin – Rebel With A Cause
10 Garnet Silk and Tony Rebel – A Man Is A Man
11 Buju Banton and Tony Rebel – A So
12 Buju Banton and Toots – 54 46
13 Sugar Black and Lebenculah – Oh Jah
14 Carlton Livingston and Shabba Ranks – Don’t Follow Rumors
15 Chevell Franklin and Lady G – Thank You
16 Luciano, Terror Fabulous, Louie culture – We’re All In This Thing Together
17 Sizzla and Jah Cure – King In This Jungle
18 Garnet Silk and Richie Stephens – Fight Back

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Access Granted – Caribbean Fever Edition – Reggae -vs- Soca with V103’s DJ Kash ((TONIGHT)) March 21st

Access Granted - Caribbean Fever Edition - Reggae -vs- Soca. Music by: V103's DJ Kash l King AP l One Drop ((TONIGHT)) March 21st @ClubPisces. EVERYONE FREE ALL NIGHT

Access Granted – Caribbean Fever Edition – Reggae -vs- Soca. Music by: V103’s DJ Kash l King AP l One Drop ((TONIGHT)) March 21st @ClubPisces. EVERYONE FREE ALL NIGHT

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Music by: DJ Kash l King AP l One Drop l Craig Lion
This Friday, March 21st @ Club Pisces
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Hear What Happened When Protoje Recorded with Chronixx

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"Who Knows" - Protoje ft. Chronixx

“Who Knows” – Protoje ft. Chronixx

Two of Reggae music’s emergent leaders have gifted their fans what they have been anticipating for the better part of two years. The new record titled “Who Knows” is an indomitable combination of Protoje‘s lyrical prowess and Chronixx’s mesmerizing melodies.

 

“Who Knows” is the first official single from Protoje’s third studio album, scheduled for release in September 2014. The song is an anthem for the free spirited, unrestricted by the opinions of others and the perception of inadequacy.

DJ and selector extraordinaire, David Rodigan, premiered “Who Knows” on BBC’s 1Xtra last month, and the record has been in consistent rotation on international and home-grown radio stations ever since.

 

 

In his verses,Protoje exposes the illusion of poverty, highlighting the irony that hunger plagues the city when, “food deh down a country just a drop off a the tree them.” The chorus, penned by producer Phillip “Winta” James and delivered byChronixx, illuminates the joys of living simply, and the inner peace resulting from surrender to life’s ebb and flow.Sharing insight into their early conversations, which began as far back as 2010,Protoje recalled, “Chronixx and myself, from the first day we met, have talked about doing music together when the time was right. The stars have now aligned.”

Chronixx Live @ Reggae Sumfest 2013 -www.beave...

Chronixx Live @ Reggae Sumfest 2013 -www.beaveronthebeats.com (Photo credit: beaveronthebeats)

Production on “Who Knows” is another testimony to the evolving genius of James, who has been setting a high standard this past year, with projects including the Rootsman and Militancy Riddims. James is also the main producer of Protoje’s third album, which will be released on the newly incorporated Indiggnation Collective label.

“This is my first collaboration with Oje. Winta and Oje are geniuses, and the result brings I and I a great joy,” Chronixx declared. “Music that teaches gratitude and self-sufficiency is especially relevant in these times.”

English: Protoje on the Irie Fm road show in M...

English: Protoje on the Irie Fm road show in Montego Bay (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Protoje and Chronixx have toured extensively with their respective bands, The Indiggnation and Zincfence Redemption, commanding the attention of audiences globally. “Who Knows” is currently available on iTunes, and the official music video will be released on April 8.

 

 

 

13 Caribbean American Movers and Shakers to be Recognized

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The annual Caribbean American Movers and Shakers Networking Series, which identifies professionals and civic minded individuals of Caribbean heritage who have contributed to the multicultural community, will take place at the newly renovated Stir It Up Restaurant and Lounge, 84 12ST, Atlanta, GA 30309 on Thursday, May 22, 2014.  

2014 Caribbean American Movers and Shakers:

Oscar Nominated and Grammy Award Winning Platinum Producer Mr. Leslie Brathwaite who mixed the Billboard #1 Song "Happy" by Pharrell Williams

Oscar Nominated and Grammy Award Winning Platinum Producer Mr. Leslie Brathwaite

Producer of the Real Housewives of Atlanta Ms. Princess Banton-Lofters

Producer of the Real Housewives of Atlanta Ms. Princess Banton-Lofters

Southern Division President of Home Depot Ms. Ann-Marie Campbell

Southern Division President of Home Depot Ms. Ann-Marie Campbell

President of Georgia Association of Elected Latino Officials Jerry Gonzalez

President of Georgia Association of Elected Latino Officials Jerry Gonzalez

DJ and Radio Personality Chubb Rock

Recording Arist, DJ and Radio Personality Chubb Rock

Also being honored are Wanique Shabazz, Director of Operations at WRFG 89.3 FM, Tina Hart, Black Latino Council Atlanta, David Panton, the President of Panton Capital Holdings, Dr. Karen GodetteChief of Staff at Emory Winship Cancer Center, and Vin Martin, Atlanta’s Former Honorary Consul of Jamaica.  The Humanitarian of the Year honoree is Garvin Stewart, founder of Food for the Poor, and the Lifetime Achievement Award Honorees are Pola Cooper and Patrick Mc Bain, founders of the Atlanta Peach Carnival aka Atlanta Caribbean Folk Festival.

The Caribbean Media Network, in conjunction with affiliates, will host this memorable networking celebration on Thursday, May 22, 2014, at Atlanta’s Caribbean hot spot, Stir It Up Restaurant and Lounge, which is under the direction of Jamaican Chef Chris; Chef Chris menu was carefully created to fit all types of palettes, reinventing Island Favorites with his signature sauces, bold spices, traditional techniques and recipes made from scratch; stirred up with all its international cultures. This luxury venue is located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, which will serve as a tropical oasis for this year’s celebration. The event will start promptly at 7:00p.m. (RSVP Required)

The 2014 Atlanta Networking Event, will be feature Caribbean American entertainment, lifestyle, and culture specialist, Red Carpet Shelley, and a variety of celebrity presenters. The atmosphere will be highlighted by DJ Kahlil Wonda of international sound system Highlanda along with specially invited guests.

For more information on RSVP and celebrity involvement: Please contact Caribbean Media Network at 404-455-2944 or email mthomas@caribemedianetwork.com. Visit www.camsnetworking.com.  Connect with:@cmnusa @redcarpetshelle @highlanda
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Sizzla Kalonji: “Make it Right” on the Reggae Land Riddim

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SIZZLA KALONJI, KARAMANTI & KERON WILLIAMS TALKS ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS, ABUSE & MAKING IT RIGHT

Canadian based production house, Street Digital Records recently released the very powerful, Reggae Land Riddim, on which was featured songs from Sizzla KalonjiKaramanti and Street Digital’s own, Keron Williams. The overall project has been doing well on Reggae radio programs around the world with three specific tracks gaining traction on commercial media: Sizzla Kalonji’s “Make It Right” (original and remix), Karamanti’s “Domestic Abuse” and Keron William’s “Di Lovin”.

Veteran artist Sizzla Kalonji is in his element on the track “Make It Right.”  Many have said that this song reminds them of Sizzla Kalonji when he just came on the scene delivering powerful messages on authentic Reggae beats.  Karamanti also remains in her element as she talks about the controversial issue of “Domestic Abuse,” something that happens at an alarming rate in Jamaica.  And finally, Keron Williams, who is fairly new on the international scene, manages to capture the listener’s ear with his track “Di Lovin.”  Of all songs on the Reggae Land Riddim, these three are in heavy radio rotation worldwide with the videos from Karamanti and Sizzla Kalonji getting consistent television airtime.

All songs on the Reggae Land Riddim can be purchased directly from Street Digital Records by visiting their website here.

 

 

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