2018 Lovers Rock Mix | Reggae Lover Podcast # 110

Mix with Jamaican Lovers Rock Reggae 2018

#Jah9 #FreddieMcGregor #RomainVirgo #Alaine #NaomiCowan

Curated mix featuring some of this years best releases within the Lovers Rock reggae category.

ah9 #FreddieMcGregor #RomainVirgo #Alaine #NaomiCowan #KabakaPyramid #JahCure#AgentSasco #DellyRanks #Jahvinci #Konshens #Chezidek #MikeyGeneral #NattaliRize

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(Photo Cred: @AlaineSinga @kingsedwin)

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Roots Reality and Culture by Beres Hammond

Beres Roots Mix | Reggae Lover Podcast 64

This mix explores the many moods of Beres.

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There’s a time and place for everything. For every mood, there is a fitting reggae song.  I believe in setting the right vibe using the right music. In that same vein, though Beres Hammond is known mostly for excellence in lovers rock, he is not a one-dimensional singer.  Beres has many hits in the category of roots, reality, and culture.  He has voiced songs simply championing dancehall and sound system culture.  He has made political statements and showed his spiritual and philosophical sides on many records.

Beres Hammond top roots reggae songs (artwork)

Beres Roots Playlist:

  1.  Nothing No Go So
  2. Ain’t It Good To Know ft. Buju Banton
  3. Hold On
  4. Friends
  5. Cry No More
  6. Freedom
  7. Call On the Father
  8. Siren
  9. Where is the Love ft. Sugar Minott and Tony Rebel
  10. Selector Pull Up
  11. Jamaica International Dance
  12. Do the Right Thing
  13. Keeping it Real
  14. Putting Up Resistance
  15. Resistance ft. U-Roy
  16. One Love One Life
  17. Picking Up The Pieces
  18. Come Down Father
  19. What A Gwan
  20. Do You Pray
  21. Giving Thanks
  22. Do It Now
  23. Warriors Don’t Cry
  24. Be Strong Be Proud ft. Assassin
  25. Love In The Streets ft. Assassin, Buju Banton and I-Octane
  26. I’m Gonna Do My Best ft. Buju Banton
  27. You Stand Alone
  28. Moment In Time
  29. Talking Africa

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Affairs of The Heart – 100% Buju Banton for the Ladies

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This is the another exclusively Buju Banton episode, this time focusing on the subjects of love and relationships.

Episode 28 - Buju for the Ladies

The Reggae Lover Podcast: Episode 28 – Buju for the Ladies

Always a favorite with the female fan-base, Gargamel sets a high lyrical standard with efficient delivery as he sings, chants, and raps to and about the ladies.

Buju Banton Playlist:

1    Affairs of the Heart
2    One to One
3    Make You Mine
4    Good Lookin’ Gal
5    I Wanna Be Loved
6    Love Sponge
7    Don’t Give Way Me Tings
8    Miss Ready Body
9    Can’t Be My Lover
10  Love Me Brownin
11  Love Black Woman
12  If Loving Was A Crime
13  Go If You Want
14  Girl U Know
15  Good Body
16  Try Offa Yuh
17  Buy Love
18  Paid Not Played
19  Champion
20  Gone A Lead
21  Water Man
22  Your Night Tonight
23  It’s All Over
24  Love Haffi Request
25  Be My Love Tonight
26  Love You Like
27  Make My Day
28  Red Rose
29  Sense of Purpose
30  Hush Baby Hush

Demanding Equal Opportunity for Female Entertainers

Shuga has released a new song in which she tackles the subject of getting no love as a female artist in a male-dominated industry.   The song, entitled “Ride Di Riddim” was produced by Studio One/ Penthouse Records.

Shuga, reggae

Watch reggae singer Shuga performing inna deejay style over the classic Studio One “Bobby Babylon” riddim in this video produced by Cliff Productions/SKS LTD, directed & edited by Swiss (SKS LTD).

 

Various Artists: Poco Man Jam Riddim from Penthouse Records

Available today in stores and online, look out for Penthouse Records new Poco Man Jam Riddim featuring Romain Virgo, Assassin, Exco Levi, and more.

Available today in stores and online, look out for Penthouse Records new Poco Man Jam Riddim featuring Romain Virgo, Assassin, Exco Levi, and more.

Various Artists – Poco Man Jam Riddim – Artwork

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Free Download: Penthouse Records Tribute Mix #reggae #podcast

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The man behind Donovan Germain with Romain Virgo.

The man behind Penthouse Records, Donovan Germain with reggae singer Romain Virgo. Photo Credit: unitedreggae.com

100% music from Penthouse Records can be heard in this mix-show podcast as heard live on the syndicated ‘Da Music Vault with Kahlil Wonda‘ radio broadcast (Daflavaradio.com Wednesdays 6-9pm EST)

Buju Banton - Mr Mention album cover for Buju's 1992 debut album.

Buju Banton – Mr Mention album cover for Buju’s 1992 debut album.

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Penthouse Records 25 Years The Journey Continues #reggae

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Donovan Germain and Penthouse Studio productions are firmly entrenched in the history of reggae music. The studio, originally located at 56 Slipe Road in Kingston was the birth place of many classic hits.
VPPH1968_Penthouse Studio 25th Anniversary_Album Cover

The 2 CD/DVD collection presents 47 classic and current hits for a timeless listening experience.

To commemorate twenty five years since the founding of the Penthouse recording studio, VP Records is proud to announce the January 14th release of “Penthouse Records 25Years – The Journey Continues.”
The selection presented here offers a ‘best of’ Penthouse yesterday, today and tomorrow. The label has nurtured some of the biggest names in reggae on the microphone and behind the mixing boards, with much of their work included here.
The bonus DVD is a newly created tribute to the label and its founder featuring interviews with many key players from the Penthouse Records story.  

Source: VP Records

 

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The 80’s or The 90’s, Which Was Bigger For Dancehall?

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Here’s a snippet of live radio vibes with a skillful transition by Kahlil Wonda out of Buju Banton‘s ladies anthem “The Grudge,” and into “I’m Not Crazy” by veteran reggae singer Don Carlos.

Both songs are classics, but the Buju off of his”Mr. Mention” album which was released in 1993, and the Don Carlos was produced by Henry “Junjo” Lawes with Roots Radics Band on the rhythm track.  Mixed by Scientist at Channel One (Kingston, Jamaica), “I’m Not Crazy” was released in 1981 by Greensleeves UK.

Cover of "Mr Mention"

Cover of Mr Mention