NJ Cup Clash with Soul Supreme defeating King Shine.The fallout from the clash.
Will there be a Little Shabba v Jimmy Spliff?
Will we see Dynamq vs Notorious?
NY Clash Sound Top 5, then and now.
Atlanta Clash Sound Top 5.
Soul Supreme vs Innocent (upcoming clash).
Liv Sound back on the road.
Supreme Sound wins Put Up or Shut Up tournament in ATL.
New Study finds Children Who Listen To Reggae Grow to be More Open-Minded as Adults.Exposure to different genres during youth leads to a more diverse palette. Children who attend live music gigs early in life are more open to new activities and seek out live music events later on.Why reggae is so great. Sharing childhood experiences with music.
It’s finally here!! Live Reggae on the South West side of Atlanta, 10 minutes from Downtown and right in your back yard! Come enjoy “The Worlds Favorite Music” at the West Atlanta Beltline Jewel, Live EdgeATL Restaurant & Bar.
Atlanta Reggae DJ Kahlil Wonda from Highlanda Sound will be mixing roots and lovers rock reggae tracks with a touch of Soca for dancing. Performing live with his band will be Tijani Concious , a premier local Reggae artist making waves all over the world.
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For this special March edition of Rub-A-Dub ATL, the Reggae Party, we’re featuring a singer/musician for fans of live music plus 4 DJs showcasing their best tunes for reggae sound system lovers!
Rub-A-Dub ATL | 3.12.17 at Wildpitch
Doors will open at 6 pm on Sunday, March 12, 2017, with a live reggae music mixer from 6 to 8 pm featuring an acoustic performance by Dawit Selassie, lead singer of the Atlanta-based reggae band Eastern Standard.
Four sound system selectors will set the dance floor on fire with DJ Sets from 8 pm to 12 am. Residents DJ Passport and Highlanda Sound featuring Kahlil Wonda will be joined by guests Selector Webba, formerly of Jamaica’s “year-t0-year sound,” Metro Media, and DJ Chung from Boston’s Sound International Entertainment. DJ Chung recently relocated to Georgia and this will be his debut performance at Rub-A-Dub ATL.
Also by popular demand, we’re bringing back free jerk chicken and will have Rub-A-Dub apparel on sale.
Webba’s Jerk Hut will be offering FREE Caribbean food until 9 PM and available for purchase after while supplies last. SHOP for Rub-A-Dub branded T-shirts and Hoodies for men and women along with other featured styles from The Honorary Citizen’s apparel catalog.
This all takes place at WildPitch Music Hall (255 Trinity Ave. Atlanta 30303) featuring high-definition sound by D.A.S. Audio. A limited number of pre-sales tickets are available for $5 online (+fee) and general admission is $10 at the door.
The BOB MARLEY 72nd Birthday Bash is SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2017.
Come and join us to celebrate the 72nd birthday of reggae’s brightest shining star – Bob Marley. For this special edition of Rub-A-Dub Sundays, we’re bringing IJAHKNOWAH and B.R.A.P for lovers of live reggae music plus 6 DJs juggling tunes for reggae sound system lovers! WildPitch Music Hall will be the place to praise Jah and celebrate the life of “The Legend” in ONE LOVE and harmony!
B.R.A.P. is a Reggae band doing only originals to inform uplift and elevate the masses of the real life energies.
The B.R.A.P Band will perform at the elegant Haven Buckhead on Sunday January 17, 2016. Doors open at 6pm, showtime promptly at 8pm. Early set by Highlanda Sound with Kahlil Wonda selecting the tunes, plus other specially invited performers.
As promised ĀGARD returns with his second snippet from an exclusive live set in Brooklyn, New York. The last set was a “warm up” set. This set starts out with a power packed Electronic Dance Music (EDM) set and moves into some Nu Disco. Feel free to play, download, leave comments, and/or share. Enjoy!
Watch the amazing live performance of the Skyfiya album at the legendary Shrine in Harlem NYC by a reggae band called Uprising Roots that has been able to encapsulate a powerful and authentic sounding roots vibration within their music.
View a recent radio interview with The Uprising Roots on IRIE JAM 93.5 FM NYC Radio and here is the UnitedReggae.comreview of Uprising Roots’ Skyfiya album, one of the best roots reggae albums to come out of Jamaica in recent years.