Rub-A-Dub ATL ft. Black Magic, Innocent, Highlanda, ĀGARD, DJ Passport and Natural Vibes
Bad Boy Kurt from Black Magic Sound and Dappa Lee from Innocent Sound
Experience the Bob Marley tribute event (recorded live on February 12th) that showcased musical selections from some of Atlanta’s top DJ’s including Highlanda Sound, DJ Passport, Black Magic, Natural Vibes and Innocent Sounds and ĀGARD from Brooklyn, New York. It was a musical treat with conscious music flowing through the air.
Highlanda Sound’s Kahlil Wonda holding the microphone with DJ Passport (Right) and AGARD (left)
Highlanda.net and The Honorary Citizen presents Rub-A-Dub ATL, 2nd Sundays monthly: A style of Jamaican Reggae, First there was Ska, which evolved into Reggae which has several styles: Rock Steady, Rub-A-Dub, Dancehall etc…
Wildpitch Music Hall – 255 Trinity Avenue, Atlanta, GA
Reggae party, Rub-A-Dub ATL, is a nightlife event that includes many sub-genres of reggae music including ska, rocksteady, lovers rock, Roots, dub and dancehall with live DJ sets and live music performances monthly on Second Sundays in Atlanta at WildPitch Music Hall.
More ways to listen to Rub-A-Dub ATL reggae music audio:
Recorded live on Mothers Day 2016, Rub-a-Dub is every month on the 2nd Sunday of the month.
Highlanda Sound alongside Empress Movements
DJ Passport, DJ Hourglass, and DJ Empress Rah
Check out this blog from Japan with useful links, video clips, and content describing the reggae music scene out there among other things. Also now out of Yokohama, but still providing some of the finest reggae music mixed CDs to the world, check out Unity Sounds.
The Broadcasting Commission has banned all radio, television and cable services from airing songs or videos which it deems explicitly sexual and violent.
|According to the Commission, these songs are in violation of sections of the Television and Sound Broadcasting Regulations.
It also says there should be no transmission through radio, television or cable services, of any audio recording, song or music video, which employs editing techniques of ‘bleeping‘ or ‘beeping’ of its original lyrical content.
The Commission says it has examined a number of songs, popularly referred to as ‘daggering songs’. It says ‘daggering’ is a colloquial term or phrase used in the dancehall culture as a reference to hard core sex, or the activities of persons engaged in the public simulation of various sexual acts and positions. The country’s electronic media watch dog group says programme managers, station owners and operators must immediately stop airing any recording of these ‘daggering’ songs.
The Commission has been lobbying the Government for changes to be made to the law governing broadcasting and a report is to be tabled in Parliament soon.