Pictures From the 3rd Annual Bob Marley Tribute and Aquarius Birthday Celebration at Wildpitch Music Hall.
An international crowd of over 200 people from around the greater Atlanta area gathered Sunday for a special edition of the Rub-A-Dub ATL monthly event.
Below is a selection of photos from what was a memorable night for Atlanta reggae lovers.
Bad Boy Kurt from Black Magic Sound and Dappa Lee from Innocent Sound
Wildpitch Music Hall – 255 Trinity Avenue, Atlanta, GA
Innocent Sound’s Dappa Lee at #RubADubATL | Bob Marley Birthday Party
DJ Empress Rah
Highlanda Sound’s Kahlil Wonda holding the microphone with DJ Passport (Right) and AGARD (left)
Bad Boy Kurt from Black Magic Sound
Tedrostarr of Uprising Sounds
The Honorary Citizen clothing company’s debut of the Rub-A-Dub T-shirts and Hoodies
Highlanda Sound co-founders AGARD and SuperPEC
Highlanda’s Kahlil Wonda with Mrs. Wonda
Mr. and Mrs. Kahlil Wonda
singer/musician Errol Moore
Best Pictures From the 2017 Bob Marley Tribute
photo of Highlanda’s Kahlil Wonda with Mrs. Wonda at RubADubATL Bob Marley Tribute
AGARD from Brooklyn, NY
photo of Bad Boy Kurt from Black Magic Sound and Dappa Lee from Innocent Sound at Rub-A-Dub ATL Bob Marley Tribute 2017
Kahlil Wonda of Highlanda Sound, Highlanda.net, and the Reggae Lover Podcast.
Junior Culture from Natural Vibes Sound
Bando Calrissian wearing The Honorary Citizen
Best Pictures From the 2017 Bob Marley Tribute and Moments You May have Missed on February 12, 2017 by Rico Vibes of Dareggaescene.com and Bronson Blair of 2BKaribbean.com.
The 70s, 80s, and 90s were prolific decades for dancehall music and many strides were made in Jamaican music during that time.
The 1970s is still heralded as the golden age of Jamaican reggae music, but with the advent of digital technology, the 80s and 90s decades became known as the sweetest time for commercially successful crossover dancehall fusion, sound clashes and juggling dances alike. The transitional period out of the golden age and into the digital era is when the term rub-a-dub emerged as both a description of the musical style (heavy drum patterns accompanied by swinging basslines) and a verbal representation of the popular hip-to-hip movements between dance partners of the time.
To this day in cities around the world, there remains a high demand for the fashion of dancing with accompanying classic riddims and anthems that rocked the dancehalls of yesteryear.
As such, it brings me great pleasure to present Rub-A-Dub ATL – dedicated to you, the reggae lover.
Rub-A-Dub ATL January 2017 | Click Image to Listen or Download
Rub-A-Dub ATL ft. DJ Passport, Highlanda Sound, DJ Rootsqueen, and Jah Prince at Wildpitch on 1.8.17.
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.
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