Spirituality in Reggae

Reggae music is the highest form of spiritual music.

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Beginning with the 1970s Roots Reggae era, the lyrics, the drums, and the bass provided the perfect vessel for communicating and spreading messages.

With the help of Bob Marley and the Wailers, these reggae messages spread across the globe.

Exploration of this global phenomenon leads to certain truths.

We discuss some history, events, and examples and give personal accounts of our experiences with spirituality, reggae, and religion.

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When is it time to retire from music?

On today’s Reggae Lover episode, the questions are: When is it time for an artist to retire? Is there a specific time to call it quits, and how does that look? Or should we ask: How does that sound?

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In the reggae industry, it seems like musicians keep on performing until the very end of life. Artists from other genres approach retirement in different ways. We explore the possibilities and give suggestions. Of course, we include specific reggae and dancehall artists in the discussion. Please leave a comment with your feedback on the conversation.
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More Unity, More Fire

We talked with DJ Crossfire of Unity Sound, an influencer who has been making things happen for the past few decades.

Unity Sound interview

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Podcast Episode Summary

During the interview we touched on:

  • the debut of the Family Buss Riddim
  • mixes and mix CDs (old and new)
  • Unity Sound & its members
  • Summer Asian tour
  • Unity Sound T-Shirts
  • More Fire radio show
  • the global state of dancehall/reggae
Recommended Resources

Koffee – Toast
Prince Levy – Lover’s Paradise
Unity Sound Worldwide – Family Buss Riddim
Unity Sound “Royal Ting – Lioness Order” IG Live Mix 05/19

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The Best Reggae One Hit Wonders

We had fun reminiscing and discussing some of the best reggae one-hit wonders. There are so many! This includes pop crossover songs and dancehall anthems.

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