Best Real Rock Mix | Reggae Lover Podcast – Episode 68

The best real rock riddim mix you ever heard?

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Take a listen. The Crown Prince of Reggae, Dennis Emmanuel Brown kicks off the mix and closes it out with the same song in a different style. The Real Rock Riddim is the most versioned reggae Riddim and the most sampled reggae instrumental in history.

The original was played in 1967 by one of Coxsone Dodd’s session bands at Studio One, the Sound Dimension band. Ever since then it’s been a foundation instrumental for dancehall and reggae. The real rock is just a part of Reggae music that is never going to stop. You are going to hear that beat in movies, on your radio, on your mix tapes, and in your parties. I kept the mix short and spicy so it doesn’t get boring.

If you love reggae music and have been listening from back in the days, then this should be nostalgic for you. This is a dedication to you, REGGAE LOVER,

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Shank I Sheck Riddim Mix | Reggae Lover by Highlanda Sound – Ep. 67

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The Shank I Sheck originally was a 1964/1965 Ska instrumental by Baba Brooks with production by King Edward on the Rio Records label. Rio is a subsidiary of Direct Records Ltd. and later Doctor Bird which like the other top Jamaican labels of the 1960’s had most of their releases distributed by Trojan Records. There have been hundreds of songs released on various versions of this instrumental over the decades with many top rated hits peaking in the 1980s and 1990s. The riddim track was a favorite for deejays and singers to perform over and a huge dub plate riddim for sound system selectors to record dub plates on as well.

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What Everybody Ought to Know About Rub A Dub

I got this link today from Jah Prince.

We had a convo about Rub A Dub on his radio show last week.

Rub A Dub stylee is a beloved part of reggae culture and I created an event called Rub-A-Dub ATL.

You can check out the Sunsplash Mix Show segment to hear me talk about my passion, the mission to share reggae music with my community and the world at large.

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RubADub Interview:

We speak with the selector/promoter Kahlil Wonda about the history and current status of “Rub A Dub” music. Monthly, he invites our Atlanta and surrounding neighbors to fulljoy this diverse reggae sub-genre with featured international selectors. This event is dedicated to positive vibes so it is Sunsplash Media Endorsed.

Humble Me – Jah9
Tune In Rub A Dub Sound – Sugar Minott
Full Highlanda Rub-A-Dub Interview
Someone – Kranium

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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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“Read” by Karamanti #1 on Jamaica’s Roots FM Conscious Top 10

Every so often there comes a track that captures the attention of everyone that hears it in an inexplicable manner. Whether it is the message, the rhythm, or the flow, it simply has that it factor. Karamanti’s single “Read” is one such track.

As the name implies, the song speaks about the importance of reading and associates the degrading lyrics and images in music with the presenter’s ignorance. Since its release, the track has been getting favorable radio rotation both on the local and international scene.

In early October it entered the Conscious Top 10 chart which is featured on the program Intensity Friday, every Friday from 6pm -8pm on Roots 96.1 FM (in Jamaica). As of Friday, November 2nd, “Read” is sitting in the number one spot.

Listen and download “Read” here.

Young, Beautiful and Talented: Denyque on Dancehall Now

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Denyque is one of Jamaica’s finest musical sensations.  Hear her interview on this episode of the syndicated Dancehall Now podcast produced by Highlanda Sound System.  This episode includes live footage from the Dancehall Now Radio Show (Wednesdays 6pm – 9pm EST) on DaFlavaRadio.com.

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Dancehall and Reggae’s Top Rated 50 Songs of 2010

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Dancehall Now
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This is the latest episode of the syndicated Dancehall Now podcast produced by Highlanda Sound System.  The live Dancehall Now radio show airs on Da Flava Radio (http://www.daflavaradio.com) every Tuesday at 6pm EST.  Dancehall Now features the very latest Caribbean music in a full stereo radio broadcast format.

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COUNTDOWN

1    Drinking Rum & Red Bull – Beenie/ Fambo
2    Hold You    – Gyptian
3    In the living years – Stevie Face
4    TIME AND PLACE – Buju Banton
5    ONE MORE NIGHT – Busy Signal
6    My Heart – Wayne Marshall / Mavado
7    Wanna Give You Love – Warrior King
8    For Your Eyes Only – Shaggy / Alaine
9    Clarks – Vybz Kartel / Popcaan / Gaza Slim
10    Thank You For Loving Me – Stevie Face
11    Clarks 2 – Vybz Kartel
12    The Leaders – Eljai
13    How We Do It    – Elephant Man / Bounty Killer
14    I’m OK – Beenie Man
15    Touch A Button     – Vybz Kartel
16    Free    – Etana
17    Nah Sell Out – Khago
18    One Man – Vybz Kartel / Gaza Slim
19    Color Of Love – Richie Stevens
20    Gal A Mad Ova    – Mavado
21    Innocent – Buju Banton
22    House Top – Mavado
23    Bad boy – Chuck Fenda / Sammy Dread
24    Put The Stereo On – Gappy Ranks
25    Murderer    – Romain Virgo
26    Long Time – Shaggy
27    Skip To Ma Lou     – Serani / Ding Dong / Biggy
28    Butterflies – Gappy Ranks
29    Wildfire – Tarrus Riley
30    Unconditional Love – Jah Cure
31    End Of Time – Stephen Marley / Christopher Ellis / Jah Cure
32    IN MY CUP – Richie Loops
33    LIFE WE LIVING – Vybz Kartel
34    Messiah – Mavado
35    Keeping it real – Beres Hammond
36    Million $ Check    – Mojo Morgan
37    Moving On – Luciano
38    Nightshift    – Busy Signal
39    The Pill – Junior X
40    Wine You a Wine – Da’ville
41    Only You – Peetah Morgan
42    Dance the night away – Voicemail / Busy Signal
43    Schoolaz – Ding Dong
44    The Realest Song – Konshens
45    Come Back To Bed – Gramps Morgan
46    Come Into My Room     – Mavado / Stacious
47    Gangster Life – Junior X
48    Hand Inna Di Air – Assassin
49    Land of Promise – Nas / Damian Marley / Dennis Brown
50    Heaven In Your Eyes – Gappy Ranks

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Gappy Ranks Interviewed on Dancehall Now – Nov 2010

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SuperPEC of Highlanda talks to Gappy Ranks about his current success, English League Soccer, musical inspiration, his upcoming projects and more.

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This is the latest episode of the syndicated Dancehall Now podcast produced by Highlanda Sound System for November, 2010.  Dancehall Now airs on Da Flava Radio every Tuesday at 6pm EST.  Dancehall Now features the very latest dancehall and soca music in a full stereo radio broadcast format.

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