Jah Cure Mix | Reggae Lover Podcast 87

Reggae Lover Podcast episode 87 features the voice of Jah Cure.

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Born in October 1978 in Hanover, Jamaica, Jah Cure grew up in Kingston. He got the name Jah Cure from Capleton who he met while living in Kingston. Under the tutelage of Beres Hammond the hit song, King In This Jungle, a 1997 duet with Sizzla emerged.

Many of the songs Jah Cure released around that time became popular and won critical acclaim. Beres took him on tour to Europe and through the Caribbean with his Harmony House Records family. Cure emerged to be one of the brightest stars of 1997, which was an amazing year for reggae music and dancehall. The music of that period inspired me to start buying records and aspiring to be a selector. This mix focuses on songs from that time.

In November 1998 while driving in Montego Bay, Jah Cure got pulled over by the police and arrested. Charged with gun possession, robbery, and rape, he was found guilty and sentenced to 15 years in prison. He served in a correctional facility that had a digital recording studio that inmates could use. During his incarceration term, he recorded three albums and some singles, many of which topped charts in Jamaica.

Upon his release from jail on parole in July 2007 after serving 8 years of the sentence, Jah Cure came out with a fourth album, “Reflections… a new beginning.” Cure headlined and closed Reggae Sumfest that year in August. He signed to VP Records he launched Iyah Cure Productions.

Over the next several years he collaborated with top artists from the reggae, hip-hop, and R&B worlds. Jah Cure released the “Universal Cure” album in 2009 then came out with “The Cure,” which earned a Grammy nomination for Best Reggae Album in 2016.

The end of this mix features of lovers rock of which Jah Cure has released a great deal of recently. My main focus was the original, undiluted, grassroots material. The songs from before his incarceration are more soulful, inspirational, and rebellious. I wish Jah Cure much continued success in the future. He has a beautiful family and lots going in the music business.

That’s it for reggae lover podcast episode 87. Look out for a bonus live audio episode coming your way from BobFest ATL. Thank you for listening to this show dedicated to reggae lovers everywhere. One Love!

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AUDIO: Aba Shaka and Highlanda Sound live DJ set in Atlanta (9.29.16)

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I was honored to play a range of selections alongside Aba Shaka when Black Uhuru performed in ATL.

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Aba Shaka live alongside Highlanda Sound’s Kahlil Wonda (@ The Royal Peacock, September 2016, Atlanta, GA)

Hear the audio recorded that night, which includes my segment from later in the night, after the stage show.

TORONTO’S Trailblazer award winning artist KAFINAL

Born in Spanish Town, St. Catherine, Jamaica, Kafinal has emerged as an entertainer and vocalist with diverse talents.

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The singer/comedian/actor who is now based in Toronto, Canada credits his sometimes difficult upbringing with giving him his strong work ethic and sense of humour. The second of five children for his parents, he remembers how his mother worked hard to make ends meet. With that determination, he has decided to pay homage to her with his work.

Like many of the musical greats he started singing as a child in the church as well as in school and at community events. In 2001 while still living in Jamaica his professional musical timing had come and he released songs like “Cooking Dat Pwile” and “Drive By”.

Upon relocating to Canada, Kafinal began to make a name for himself on the Caribbean live show and performance circuits both as a singer and comedian.

The re-emergence of his first love, music, which Kafinal describes as “soul-filling”; presents him with an opportunity to entertain the best way he knows.

Influenced by all genres of music, he lists Bob Marley, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson and Beres Hammond among his musical influences.

For Kafinal the sky is indeed the limit as he plans to build on the exposure and fan-base he has garnered and take it to the highest level. He promises to continue to put out excellent music with the best production quality.

Lyrically he is definitely on his way as he has already released not only “catchy” but very relevant content. His latest project is titled “Road Tonight”, has been rocking the airwaves in Jamaica, Toronto, the Caribbean and North America.

Expect more from this talented brother of the Caribbean.

BUNJI GARLIN AND DAMIAN “JR. GONG” MARLEY JOIN FORCES TO DELIVER “THE MESSAGE”

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Bunji Garlin ft Damian Marley – The Message – Artwork

A Powerful New Anthem Rallying For Social Change Available October 16, 2015 on VP Records

Trinidadian soca star Bunji Garlin and Jamaican Grammy-winning reggae artist Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley team up on “The Message,” a passionate forward-thinking song fighting for the souls of our youth and the future generation.

Listen: Bunji Garlin’s “The Message” feat. Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley:

The two Caribbean artists merge soca, dancehall and reggae into a universal sound on this world cry anthem, produced by Philip “Jr. Blender” Meckseper. They go verse for verse addressing society’s illls and Marley delivers a powerful hook aspiring for change. “There is music in your soul, minerals in your soil, children full of beauty worth way much more than oil. While history unfolds, don’t let the good things spoil, oh no.”

Bunji Garlin gives more insight behind the collaboration.”We recorded this song at Gong’s studio in Florida. It was a 4am studio session after we spent about an hour and a half just talking and getting a vibe off of each other’s knowledge, views and energies. I appreciate the project and artist because we were able to let both our musical backgrounds work for us to execute this. It is almost a fable to see the son of reggae legend and also a legend in his own right and artist of the soca genre meld so effortlessly.”

Marley is slated to perform in Garlin’s homeland on October 30th, 2015 in Tobago at Pigeon Point (Colours Of Reggae) and October 31st, 2015 in Trinidad at Hasley Crawford Stadium (Reggae On The Bay Presents Hennessy Artistry).

Reggae Singer Luciano, Greatest Hits Highlighted

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We salute a living legend, reggae singer Luciano who has released 21 studio albums over the course of a brilliant 22 year career. One of my favorite artists and live performers, Luciano gained prominence around the world during the “Rastafari renaissance” in dancehall that took place in the mid-late 1990s. He established himself as a name synonymous with roots reggae and became one the sub-genre’s pillars.

This 1 hour mix of 42 songs focuses heavily on Luciano’s material from Where There Is Life, and Messenger, which were albums produced by Phillip “Fattis” Burrell and his Xterminator label. His latest album,The Qabalah Man, was released on the 29th of November 2013. Please support this phenomenally talented artist by buying his music/merchandise and patronizing his live concerts. You will not be disappointed.

Luciano Playlist

After All (album)

After All (album) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1 Intro
2 Guess Whats Happening
3 Never Give Up My Pride
4 Final Call
5 Jah Is My Navigator
6 Sweet Jamaica
7 Business Lock
8 Jah Lives
9 If There Was No God
10 Good God
11 Skank If You Skanking
12 Sweep Over My Soul
13 Should I Slumber
14 Come Away
15 Level Up The Unity
16 Glory Be
17 Wicked Haffi Run Away
18 Where There is Life
19 Shake It Up Tonight
20 In This Together
21 Messenger
22 Peace My Brethren Peace
23 Punchline 24 Jah Kingdom featuring Capleton
25 Give Praise/Jah Blessing (dub plate)
26 Who Could It Be
27 Love Jah and Live
28 Ulterior Motive
29 One Way Ticket
30 Oh Father I Love You
31 What We Gonna Do featuring Buju Banton
32 We Be Alright featuring Buju Banton
33 Heaven Help Up All
34 How Can You?
35 Thank You Lord (dub plate)
36 He Is My Friend
37 As the Beat Goes On
38 Win or Lose
39 Your World and Mine
40 Lord Give Me Strength
41 Jah Jah Never Let Me Down
42 Write My Name

Reasoning with Buju Banton: One-Drop Gargamel Mix

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In tribute to the the great Buju Banton aka Mark Myrie, Episode 27 of the #ReggaeLover podcast features conscious one drop collaborations, singles and songs from albums: Mr. Mention, Voice of Jamaica, Til Shiloh, Inna Heights, Unchained Spirit, Too Bad, Rasta Got Soul, and the Grammy award winning Before The Dawn.

Re-Introducing the Mystic Revealers: Crucial Cuts

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Billy Mystic & The Mystic Revealers are back with a new collection of hits titled, ‘Crucial Cuts’ instores September 16, 2014.

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Mystic Revealers – Crucial Cuts – Artwork

The album features 13 of their best loved songs including; ‘Rasta Man’, ‘Space & Time’, and ‘Tell Them’ featuring Sizzla. ‘Crucial Cuts’ will introduce a whole new generation of reggae fans to the music of the Mystic Revealers.

Shabba Ranks Greatest Hits MP3 Download

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This is an episode of the syndicated Reggae Lover podcast produced for promotional purposes by Kahlil Wonda of Highlanda Sound featuring classic reggae music in a DJ mixed format. 

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The only dancehall artist to win the Grammy award in consecutive years, Shabba Ranks paved the way for all who came after him.  I omitted overly violent or slack lyrics here.  

This mix was requested by the Brooklyn, New York-based, AGARD, a fellow DJ and #reggaelover.

TRACKLIST

1 Heart Of A Lion
2 Respect
3 Flag Flow High featuring Cocoa Tea
4 Just Reality
5 Time Is Red featuring Cocoa Tea
6 Love Me Truly featuring Cocoa Tea
7 Don’t Follow Rumors featuring Carlton Livingston
8 Live Blanket
9 Housecall featuring Maxi Priest
10 Peanie Peanie
11 No Bother Dis Soundboy
12 Girls Wine
13 Golden Touch featuring Kadian Dixon
14 Roots and Culture
15 Kushungpeng featuring Mikey Spice
16 Champion Lover featuring Deborahe Glasgow
17 Don’t Test Me featuring Deborahe Glasgow
18 God Bless
19 Real Real featuring Thriller U
20 Best Baby Father
21 Caan Dun
22 Gal Yuh Good
23 Can’t Do The Work
24 Ting A Ling
25 Trailer Load

Musiq Soulchild, Syleena Johnson’s new reggae duet single ‘Feel The Fire’

Musiq Soulchild and Syleena Johnson‘s new reggae duet single, “Feel the Fire,” has been recently featured on Ebony Magazine‘s website. The Grammy Award-nominated duo released the single Tuesday, July 16, 2013.

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Musiq Soulchild Explores New Sound with Syleena Johnson

The single was produced by Kemar “Flava” McGregor, and will be featured on Musiq Soulchild and Syleena Johnson’s upcoming reggae duet album, “9INE,” due for release September 2013 on the Shanachie Entertainment label.

The song was featured June 19, 2013 on the TV One reality series, “R&B Divas,” in which cast member Syleena Johnson was seen unveiling the track at a listening party during the final episode of season two. Billboard released an exclusive premiere of the single May 15, 2013,

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Exclusive 2013 Sean Paul Interview With Gemma Feare of Factory78

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106-park-sean-paulPresenter Gemma Feare catches up with global superstar Sean Paul to find out about his new singles , “The Other Side of Love,” “Entertainment” feat. 2 Chainz & Juicy J, and “Riot” featuring Damian “Junior Gong” Marley.  

Kemar ‘Flava’ McGregor To Be Featured On “R&B Divas” Television Show

McGregor will make his prime-time television debut on the TV One Network reality show, “R&B Divas” Wednesday, May 8, 2013.

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McGregor will appear in Episode 2 of the program’s second season, in which he will be seen producing music for one of the show’s stars, Grammy Award-nominated R&B singer Syleena Johnson.

TV One will air an encore presentation of the episode May 15, 2013

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Morgan Heritage Hits Number #1 with “Perfect Love Song”

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Within a week of its release, Morgan Heritage‘s “Perfect Love Song” hit number #1 on the iTunes Japan Reggae chart.

Morgan Heritage Hits Number #1 with "Perfect Love Song"

from left to right: Gramps, Una, Mojo, Lukes, Peetah

Although no artists like to be compared to another, Reggae’s royalty Morgan Heritage have been referred to as the “Rolling Stones” of Reggae music. Their longevity, their sold out arenas and festivals, and their worldwide chart topping music make them a contender for the music hall of fame.

Murmurs of critics who have heard tracks from the upcoming “Here Come The Kings” studio album, are in consent that the work is Grammy worthy. “Here Come The Kings” is slated to be released June 4th worldwide.

Morgan Heritage is preparing for a promotional tour in the North East of the United States to support the growing success of their “Perfect Love Song” single.

Below are some of the dates for the upcoming weeks and log on to Facebook.com/MorganHeritage to keep up to date with future appearances.

Perfect Love Song is available worldwide on iTunes / MorganHeritageMusic.com

See Morgan Heritage Live:
March 13 New Haven, CT Toads Place
March 14 NY, NY BB Kings
March 15 Boston, MA Kays Oasis
March 16 Albany, NY The Polish Community Center

My Conclusion – Stephen Marley feat. Akon & Buju Banton (New Video)

My Conclusion – Stephen Marley feat. Akon & Buju Banton

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Stephen Marley sings (Photo credit: GregPC)

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Buju Banton performing at the Ilosaarirock festival in Joensuu (Finland) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Morgan Heritage to Release Here Come The Kings Album

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Morgan Heritage: Here Come The Kings

Following their triumphant return to Brooklyn with a performance at the Barclays Center‘s “Caribbean Fever” mega-show, Morgan Heritage is now gearing up to release the band’s first studio album since 2008. The “Royal Family Of Reggae” unleash Here Come The Kings to the world on April 23rd. The new album features the group’s signature powerhouse vocals over slick riddims from acclaimed producers such as Shane C. Brown (Juke Boxx Productions) and multiple Grammy Award nominee Jason “J-Vibe” Farmer. The bouncy lead single, “Perfect Love Song,” arrives just in time for Valentine’s Day. Peetah Morgan’s passionate lead vocal delivery, coupled with the deeply soulful stylings of Gramps on the deejay section, are sure to put lovers in the mood.

While the album is heavy on lovers content, like the pulsing “Love Stoned (ft. Busy Signal),” Here Come The Kings also includes the message music that Morgan Heritage fans have come to embrace. “Stand Up,” “Man Has Forgotten,” and “Dem Ah Run Come” serve as some of the most immediate calls to consciousness that Heritage has produced, to date.

Divine Brown and Gyptian’s Pop Reggae Version of ‘Beautiful Lady’

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Reggae star Gyptian and Canadian R&B diva Divine Brown formerly known as

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English: Divine Brown performing with Youssou N’Dour in Toronto (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Divine Earth Essencereleased a collaborative pop-reggae version of Kemar ‘Flava’ McGregor’s one-drop classic, “Beautiful Lady,” last Friday on iTunes.  The new single – a romantic duet that interpolates Divine Brown’s sensual vocals with Gyptian’s world-famous melody – will be featured on Divine Brown’s upcoming album, which is due for release in 2013 by Universal Music Group.

The duet version of “Beautiful Lady” reflects McGregor’s newfound pop culture affinities – adding Canada’s favorite R&B songstress to the bubbly character of Gyptian’s melody, energized by a cheery, beachfront roots riddim. “’Beautiful Lady’ is a feel-good song,” said McGregor. “Divine Brown makes the song even more romantic, and the riddim takes the song to another level. It captures the feel-good vibe of the original, but the new beat has a pop feel that makes the song even more mainstream. It’s more commercial and radio friendly.”

Divine Brown said “Beautiful Lady” represents one of her favorite songwriting themes. She said the song will have a sensual appeal among reggae fans, because of the spur-of-the-moment romance motif in the song’s lyrics.  “I want people to feel sexy when they hear ‘Beautiful Lady’ – it’s such a sensual track about love at first sight,” said Divine Brown. “Love songs are one of the most universal themes in music. Everyone has fallen in love. I tend to draw from personal experiences when I write love songs. The process is relaxing and fun.”

Born in Toronto, Canada, Divine Brown is a four-time Juno Award nominee (Canada’s equivalent of the Grammy Awards), and she won the Juno Award for “R&B Soul Recording of the Year” in 2009. She has a five-octave vocal range, and her singles have been featured on the Billboard Dance Club Play Chart and the Billboard Canadian Hot 100 Chart.

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Wayne Wonder Mix – Reggae Vault Classics 48

50 of Wayne Wonder‘s hits are featured in this extended mix segment complete with biographical facts courtesy of Highlanda Sound and the Reggae Vault Classics show. Look for Wayne Wonder’s new album in stores now entitled “My Way.”

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Wayne Wonder @ Reggae Splash Tour (Photo credit: By Lisou)
1 Heal The World
2 Emptiness
3 Murder featuring Buju Banton
4 Talk About (Dub)
5 One More Chance
6 Hold On
7 Keep Forgeting
8 Sensi Ride featuring Don Youte
9 Only You
10 Do You?
11 When I’m With You
12 Lonely featuring Buju Banton
13 Ebony Eyes
14 Face It
15 Forever Young
16 Youre The One
17 Anything For You
18 Saddest Day
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19 Movie Star featuring Buju Banton
20 Nothing At All
21 Give Me That Love
22 You Send The Rain
23 Let Us Be Friends featuring D’Angel
24 Dem A Worry
25 Informer (Dub)
26 Baby You And I
27 Why Did You?
28 I’ll Be Loving You
29 Rumors
30 Desperately
31 You Go Girl featuring Spragga Benz
32 All This Time
33 Never Meant To Lie featuring Spragga Benz
34 Live and Learn featuring Louie Culture
35 Talk About featuring Terror Fabulous
36 Loving Excess featuring Don Youte
37 Bashment Girl
38 Joyride featuring Baby Cham
39 Keep Them Coming
40 Criss Pack Of Boots featuring Bounty Killer
41 Sing A Long
42 Informer
43 Glamour Gal
44 Dreamland featuring Frisco Kid
45 The Story w/ Surprize
46 Can’t Be Duplicated
47 Run Out Pon Dem
48 If I Ever
49 Hold Me Now
50 Caught Up

 

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Interview: Walshy Fire of Major Lazer

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Major Lazer: Jillionaire, Walshy Fire, and Diplo

Walshy Fire of international top-selling EDM group/sound system Major Lazer and former member of Black Chiney, the Grammy Award winning Jamaican sound system based in Miami, FL is the special guest on this episode of The Dancehall Now Show.

Audio includes the International Top Rated 8 at 8 Dancehall/Reggae Countdown.  Catch the syndicated Dancehall Now broadcast live on Daflavaradio.com and affiliate stations each Tuesday from 6pm to 9pm (EST).

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Stephen Marley Returns With Revelation PT 1: The Root Of Life

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7-time Grammy award winning singer-songwriter, Stephen Marley, is set to release his third solo project, REVELATION PT 1: THE ROOT OF LIFE from Ghetto Youths/Tuff Gong/Universal Republic on May 23, 2011.  Conceived as a celebration and preservation for roots rock reggae, REVELATION PT 1: THE ROOT OF LIFE ensures that the music’s regal template is maintained throughout the 21st century.

Anchored in reggae’s scorching drum and bass backbeat, THE ROOT OF LIFE delivers an organic and richly textured sound through its 14 tracks, making it a true body of work that delivers powerful messages and encouragement for the struggling masses (“Working Ways”); depicts the harrowing residual effect of slavery (“Old Slaves”); evokes the sorrow of rejection (“She Knows Now”); conveys the disappointment of “False Friends”; in reggae’s lovers-rock tradition a duet with Melanie Fiona, “No Cigarette Smoking”; to the final track “Now I Know,” a contemplative song about moving on.

The first single, “Jah Army,” features Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley and Buju Banton spitting formidable, career-defining verses over a thunderous one-drop rhythm with lyrics to rally the troops. “Whether it’s in the music or our life, get it together man, the Gideon is on,” declares Stephen.

Conceived as a two part project, THE ROOT OF LIFE will be followed by the release of REVELATION PT 2: THE FRUIT OF LIFE, due in fall of 2011, which will feature an array of styles that have emanated from reggae’s core.

Reggae music has influenced hip hop and so many other kinds of music, “Stephen reasons. “THE FRUIT OF LIFE will be more open, eclectic kind of record. There will be songs for the club, dancehall reggae will be there, love songs in there, but it will remain conscious good music that you can always take something positive from.”

Having recently completed a cross-country tour to launch this album, Marley will also see exclusive distribution for the vinyl version of THE ROOT OF LIFE from VP Records.

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Reggae Vault Classics 32 featuring Buju Banton

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The Best of Buju Banton

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This is the latest episode of the syndicated Reggae Vault Classics podcast produced for promotional purposes only by Highlanda Sound for March,  2011 featuring classic reggae music in a radio broadcast mix-show format.

This episode includes the Featured Artist Special Mix which broadcasts weekly on the Reggae Vault Classics Radio Show (Wednesdays 6pm – 9pm EST) on Da Flava Radio and Route1Radio.com.

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Playlist

1  – Give Praises – Luciano (Dubplate)
2  – Big Bad Sound – Mikey Melody (Dubplate)
3  – Gonna Kill Your Sound – Warrior King (Dubplate)
4  – Progressive Sound – Sluggy Ranks (Dubplate)
5  – Sweet Sweet Guyana – Luciano / Mikey General (Dubplate)
6  – To Keep From Loving You – Sluggy Ranks (Dubplate)
7  – Saddest Day – Wayne Wonder (Dubplate)
8  – Mr. DC (Soundboy) – Sugar Minott (Dubplate)

9  – Conversation Dub – King Tubby‘s
10 – Collie Weed – Barrington Levy
11 – Electric Avenue – Eddie Grant
12 – I Don’t Wanna Dance – Eddie Grant
13 – Caribbean Queen – Billy Ocean
14 – Could You Be Loved – Bob Marley and The Wailers
15 – To The Foundation – Dennis Brown
16 – Wolves and Leopards – Dennis Brown
17 – No Man’s Land – Cornell Campbell
18 – Police In Helicopter – John Holt
19 – Lots Of Signs – Tenor Saw
20 – Talk About Love – Al Campbell
21 – Greetings – Half Pint
22 – Under Pressure – Supercat
23 – Lift It Up Again – Pinchers
24 – Operation Ardent – Buju Banton
25 – Lightning and Thunder – Sluggy Ranks (Dubplate)
26 – Vineyard Party – Supercat
27 – Spy Fi Die – Bounty Killer

Featured Artist Buju Banton Mix

28 – I Am Moving
29 – Brownin
30 – Love Black Woman
31 – Bogle
32 – Man Fi Dead
33 – Stamina Daddy
34 – Man A Look You
35 – Love How The Girls Dem Flex
36 – Hottness featuring Heavy D
37 – Big It Up
38 – Anything For You feat. Snow, Nadine Sutherland, Beenie Man, and Terror Fabulous
39 – Movie Star featuring Wayne Wonder
40 – Who Say featuring Beres Hammond
41 – What You Gonna Do featuring Wayne Wonder
42 – Sensimelia Persecution
43 – I Wanna Be Loved
44 – Love Sponge
45 – Untold Stories
46 – Murderer
47 – Its Not An Easy Road
48 – How Can You
49 – Til I’m Laid To Rest
50 – Destiny
51 – Your Only Man
52 – Paid Not Played
53 – Fast Lane
54 – Better Days Coming
55 – Driver
56 – Innocent

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Highlanda Nominated For 2010 Best Selector/DJ Award

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Highlanda Sound System is proud to announce our nomination in the Best Selecta/DJ (reggae) Category by DAREGGAESCENE Grammy Awards 2010!

DAREGGAESCENE (DRS) strives to recognize the best of the best among our local Atlanta celebrities. DRS Grammy Awards was launched in June of 2006, and has since been heralded as one of the premier Caribbean events in metro-Atlanta. Its goal is to serve as the voice of the people and award the tireless efforts of various individuals, events, businesses and/or organizations who make priceless contributions towards the positive growth of our diverse Caribbean community and culture.

Highlanda is honored to be recognized by DRS Grammy Awards with this nomination and would like to thank all the fans and lovers of Caribbean music, event promoters, and venue owners and managers who support and work alongside us on our stated mission to entertain and promote reggae worldwide.

We would also like to extend congratulations and good luck to the other nominees in this and the other eighteen (18) categories.

Please feel free to cast your vote now!

http://drsgrammys.com/index.php?option=com_pollxt&Itemid=70

Please note, you will only be allowed to vote one time per IP address.

Sincerely,

Highlanda

PS: Don’t forget to join us for the Dancehall Now and Reggae Vault Classics shows, streaming live on www.daflavaradio.com on Tuesdays 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. (EST).

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