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Reggae Vault Classics features Anthony Malvo’s Hits


Tiger & Anthony Malvo’s MEGA HIT SONG – Come Back To Me

Enjoy this special mix with all the hit songs from Anthony Malvo’s catalog in this Reggae Vault Classics set from Da Music Vault with Kahlil Wonda.

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Anthony Malvo has sung many hits records in the style of a dancehall singer, and produced hits with many artists for his own record labels.




King Jammy’s Hit Songs: A History and Musical Mix


The ‘80s was the age of dancehall and Lloyd ‘Jammy’ James was King.  King Jammys’ label churned out hit after hit, while his Sound System ruled the streets of Jamaica.

The ‘80s was the age of dancehall and Lloyd ‘Jammy’ James was King.  King Jammys' label churned out hit after hit, while his Sound System ruled the streets of Jamaica.     Listen to this Reggae Vault Classics  Featured Icon segment paying tribute  to the pioneering producer that forever changed the sound of reggae music.

Download Reggae Vault Classics episode #52

 Listen to this Reggae Vault Classics  Featured Icon segment paying tribute  to the pioneering producer that forever changed the sound of reggae music.


The “KNOW YOUR ROOTS” Dub Remix Competition


<p>@FREAKSTEP and @thcintl PRESENT:<br />
“KNOW YOUR ROOTS” remix competition…<br />
ok folks this one goes out to all ya’ll grinding and sending me tracks all day asking to be on the freak beat,  well here is your chance PRODUCERS this contest is for you!<br />
Participants are asked to make an unique dope dubstep (flexible on genre) remix using a sample or sounds from old a classic vintage Reggae record.Winners will receive:+ Placement and promotion of winning remix on the freak beat<br />
+ Swag Bag from The Honorary Citizen<br />
steps to win:<br />
1.To enter: Follow and metion THC on twitter: @thcintl using #RootsRemix<br />
2.upload your track’s to soundcloud and share them on twitter  with @thcintl #rootsremix in the tweet<br />
3.if you cannot use soundcloud use hulkshare or mediafire<br />
you MUST have twitter for this contest or use a friends!<br />
Winners will be chosen by Freakstep and 3 of Atlanta’s top Vintage Reggae Selectors<br />
PRODUCERS: to give you an idea of what samples we are looking for check out some of these artists / record labels : Trojan, Studio One, Treasure Isle, King Jammy we want old school reggae samples mixed with modern dubstep.<br />
check out these videos below and make your track —- tweet it and WIN BIG - deadline for entry: 4/20/2012<br />
to check out some of the stuff you will win have a look CLICK HERE at The Honorary Citizen’s website.<br /></p>


“KNOW YOUR ROOTS” remix competition

PRODUCERS, this contest is for you!   Participants are asked to make an unique, but dope dubstep remix (flexible on genre)  using a sample or sounds from classic vintage Reggae records.

Winners will receive:

+ Placement and promotion of winning remix on the freak beat
+ Swag Bag from The Honorary Citizen

Steps to enter the competition:

  1. Follow and mention THC on twitter: @thcintl using #RootsRemix
  2. Upload your tracks to your page and share them on twitter with @thcintl #rootsremix in the tweet
  3. If you cannot use soundcloud use hulkshare or
  4. You MUST have twitter for this contest or use a friend’s!

Winners will be chosen by Freakstep and 3 of Atlanta’s top Vintage Reggae Selectors

PRODUCERS: To give you an idea of what samples we are looking for check out some of these artists / record labels : Trojan, Studio One, Treasure Isle, King Jammy.  We want old-school reggae samples mixed with modern dubstep.  Check out these videos and make your track —- tweet it and WIN BIG.  The deadline for entry is 4/20/2012.

CLICK HERE to  have a look at some of the cool stuff you will win from The Honorary Citizen.


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Sound System Preservation At “Who Cork The Dance?”

King Jammy

I came across this site when I was looking up information about Atlanta roots selector, Aba Shaka, who will be the special guest DJ at the next Reggae Vault Classics event (3-15-12 @ The SoundTable).  Soundtape veterans Jayman & Andrew have created an online safe-haven for fans of foundation dancehall music.  WCTD features audio from as far back as the 1970’s.  Anyone interested in hearing (downloading) material from Metro Media, Killimanjaro, King Attorney, Emperor Faith, King Sturgav Hi Fi, Jah Love, King Jammy‘s, Arrows, Black Scorpio and many other international sound systems – you need to hurry up and check out the new Who Cork The Dance site.

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Don Corleon Presents Dub In HD


Internationally acclaimed Jamaican producer Donovan “Don Corleon” Bennett unleashed his highly anticipated dub album aptly titled Dub In HD, on June 21, 2011, on his very own label, Don Corleon Records. Internationally-known and critically acclaimed for his work with pop stars such as Sean Paul, Rihanna and Keyshia Cole on Billboard chart-topping singles, as well as the who’s who in reggae and dancehall today, from Vybz Kartel to J Boog, Bennett is credited with keeping reggae music contemporary and on a competitive edge in the global music industry.

 Bennett’s vested efforts in keeping reggae on the musical forefront brings him full circle to dub, a subgenre of reggae that emerged in the 60’s and primarily consists of instrumental remixes of existing recordings. “I’m in love with music and the dub genre especially,” reveals Bennett. “People like the Mad Professor, King Tubby, Scientist and King Jammy really influenced me.”

Bennett yearned to learn from his dub heroes but was unable to do so and found himself watching them work in the studio via YouTube videos. After diligently studying their methods from their YouTube footage, Bennett was able to teach himself how to create dub, straight from the masters themselves. “This project is a real tribute to the forefathers of dub music and it is my way of keeping their music alive.”

The album consists of 10 tracks, which are all original Don Corleon productions including monster riddims Seasons and Changes, but are now composed in dub. It also includes tracks featuring artistswho appeared on the original riddims, thus Dub In HD sees appearances from reggae stars Buju Banton, Tarrus Riley, Jah Cure, Protoje, Natural Blacks and Jah9.

Dub in HD is distributed worldwide by all major digital retailers including iTunes and Amazon, and is also available on vinyl – the perfect platform for the resurrection of reggae’s renaissance format.

For more information, visit Donovan “Don Corleon” Bennett is now available for interviews regarding Dub In HD. Please direct all press inquiries to FOX FUSE – Rhona Fox at (212) 300-3813 or


1.   Dread In Dub

2.   Drop Leaf In Dub

3.   Ghetto Life In Dub

4.   Istanbull In Dub

5.   Luv A Dub

6.   Major Riddim In Dub

7.   Seasons In Dub

8.   Sweet Treat In Dub

9.   Warning In Dub

10. Wrong Side In Dub 


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VINTAGE 100% Reggae Sundays at Club Frequency in the Historic Atlanta Underground


Atlanta, Ga.: Come out on Sunday July 19th at 8pm as and MIC cater exclusively to fans of pure undiluted reggae music. Its all about the music, love, peace, unity, and positive vibes when we come together.vintage_front


Its 100% Reggae Each and Every Sunday at Club Frequency in the Historic Atlanta Underground!

The Music:
Roots, Rockers, Culture, Foundation Reggae and Dancehall, Rent-a-Tile, Old Hits, Oldies but Goodies, Vintage, Vault Classics, Old Time Ting, Big Tunes, Back in Times, Lover’s Rock…

The Labels:
Studio One, Treasure Isle, Coxsone, Joe Gibbs, Tuff Gong, King Jammy‘s, Black Scorpio, Trojan, Techniques, Arrows, Channel One…

The Artists:
Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Marcia Griffiths, Gregory Isaacs, Shabba Ranks, Garnett Silk, Sanchez, Luciano, Dillinger, Big Youth, Dawn Penn, Barrington Levy, Sizzla, Alton Ellis, U-Roy, Yellowman, Supercat, Ken Boothe and more.

Doors open at 8pm. On July 19th enjoy complimentary admission until 10pm and no cover for ladies until midnight. General admission is $10. For more information email or call (404) 934-6840.

Frequency Nightclub – formerly located in the heart of Buckhead – Atlanta’s hottest club has moved to Underground Atlanta – 2nd floor of Kenny’s Alley!!

Frequency Night Club
50 Alabama St SW
Atlanta, GA 30303-3102

Get Directions

(404) 688-5025

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Reggae Vault Classics 12 – The 1980s through 2000s and back


This is an episode of the syndicated Reggae Vault Classics podcast produced by Kahlil Wonda of Highlanda Sound featuring classic reggae music in a DJ mixed format with no talking.

The mix starts out in the 1980s digital age with the legendary Tempo riddim and Anthoy Red Rose’s hit from King Jammy‘s with the same title (Tempo). Jr Reid, Pad Anthony and Nicodemus follow and then a few 1990s versions of the Tempo riddim are featured with Junior TuckerGarnett Silk, Buju Banton, Capleton, and Merciless.

During the next 15 minutes or so, you will hear primarily conscious reggae from the 90s and early 2000s. Highlights include 5 Lucianos in a row, early Jah Cure and early Sizzla, plus Leroy Gibbons singing Dennis Brown‘s early Studio One classic on the Babatunde riddim, Created By The Father.

If you are not familiar with Freddie McGregor‘s music, definitely study Reggae Vault Classics episodes 11 and 12 for some classic Freddie featured in these mixes. The finale is in the lover’s mood with Beres Hammond, Jack Radicks by request, and Sanchez.

Listen now. We sincerely hope you enjoy the selections and mixing. Please send your comments, feedback, and requests to or feel free to comment here. If you like what you hear please subscribe to get automatic updates when new shows are added.



1 Tempo – Anthony Red Rose
2 Anthem – Junior Reid
3 In Deh – Pad Anthony
4 The Plane Land – Nicodemus
5 Lock Me Up – Junior Tucker
6 Complaint – Buju Banton featuring Garnett Silk
7 Dis The Trinity – Capleton
8 Greedy For More – Merciless
9 Thank You (Oh Lord) – Chevelle Franklin and Lady G
10 Hurry Up and Come – Cocoa Tea
11 I’m Not Sure – Sizzla
12 Never Dis The Man – Sanchez
13 Were All In This Thing Together – Luciano, Louie Culture, Terror Fabulous
14 Jah Blessing – Luciano featuring Sizzla
15 Give Praises – Luciano
16 Peace My Brethrin Peace – Luciano
17 Punchline – Luciano
18 La, la, la – Beres Hammond
19 Got This Feeling – Jah Cure
20 Spread Jah Love – Jah Cure
21 Lost Ones – Shooks
22 Who I Am – Capleton
23 Created By The Father – Leroy Gibbons
24 Declaration of Rights – Freddie McGregor
25 Declaration Dub – Freddie McGregor
26 Everyday Is A Holiday – Freddie Mcgregor
27 Holiday Dub – Freddie McGregor
28 Why You wanna Hurt Me – Dennis Brown
29 In The Streets – Courtney Melody
30 Bun Down Saddam – Anthony B
31 Double Trouble – Beres Hammond
32 Love Is Guaranteed – Jack Radicks featuring Reggie Stepper
33 Rearrange My Life – Sanchez