The Influence of Reggae

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Discussing the power and cultural impact of reggae music on Jamaica and the world historically and today.

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What life lessons have you learned from listening to reggae music?

In your opinion, what has been the biggest effect on the world as a result of reggae music?

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Roots, Rock, Reggae A Bob Marley Celebration

A Bob Marley Celebration

Join us for a night of listening and dancing to his music 🎶

Bob Marley's Birthday

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On Saturday, February 9th, 2019 Join Us On A Musical Journey as we Celebrate The Life Of the Legend, Bob Marley.
 
Entry $15 in advance, more at the door!! 
 
Live covers by🎶 Ras Digital.
Music by selectors🎶  King AP and Highlanda Sound.
Location: WILDPITCH – 255 Trinity Ave Atlanta, Georgia.

Capleton Mix: The One Drop Hits | Reggae Lover Podcast Episode 70

Welcome to episode number 70 of the Reggae Lover podcast by Highlanda Sound. Capleton is one of the favorite artists of most reggae fans.

Reggae Lover Capleton Mix

Look out for Labor Day Sunday, September 3rd inside Bliss Lounge (5471 Memorial Drive) in Stone Mountain Georgia – Capleton will be live in concert for Labor Day weekend in the ATL. Atlanta dancehall that’s all about you.

This podcast is a dedication to every reggae lover in the whole entire universe. I hope you’re listening to the mixes and enjoying. I just want to say thank you and send my gratitude and appreciation to everybody who’s checked this out at least one time. Big up to anyone who’s listened to even a part of the show, who’s shared or told somebody about the podcast. Let’s keep the reggae music thing spreading around the world.

Thank you so much once again from Kahlil and the whole crew here and let’s keep reggae music spreading globally throughout the world.

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Reggae singer Jah9 found inspiration close at hand for her song “Avocado”: right there on her plate while she was eating breakfast. Speakeasy today premieres a video for the tune, from the Jamaica native’s album “New Name.” The color-saturated clip takes place around tables, as Jah9 (born Janine Cunningham) shares meals, including a luscious looking salad featuring the song’s namesake fruit, with friends. “Anybody that knows me knows that I’m a foodie,” she says by email. “So biting into the first avocado of the season and how it complimented my meal was really enough to inspire pen on paper and I wrote it right there at the breakfast table.”

Reggae Singer Jah9 Releases ‘Avocado’ (Exclusive Music Video)

Reggae Singer Jah9 Finds Inspiration at Breakfast in ‘Avocado’ (Exclusive Video)

Reggae Singer Jah9 Finds Inspiration at Breakfast in ‘Avocado’

See the Wall Street Journal debut of Avocado.

Dread Takeover Volume 6 Mixed by DJ Passport

Here’s a new mix from a series the I have been checking for and wanted to share courtesy of DJ Passport, the official DJ of The Honorary Citizen.

Bob Marley, The Legend #ReggaeLover #Podcast

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This is the latest episode of the syndicated Reggae Lover podcast produced for promotional purposes by Kahlil Wonda of Highlanda Sound featuring classic reggae music in a DJ mixed format.

Bob Marley

Reggae Lover Episode 11 – Bob Marley Still Rules. Click image to listen now.

This episode deals strictly with the music of “The Legend” himself, The Honorable Robert Nesta Marley. This is an audio montage in tribute to the man who has influenced world culture through his music and brought reggae music to the far corners of the universe.

Download the entire mp3 file or just click to listen to the audio stream now. I sincerely hope you enjoy the selections and mixing. Please send your comments, feedback, and requests to reggaeloverpodcast@gmail.com or feel free to comment here.

Bob Marley Playlist

1 Roots Rock Reggae
2 Kinky Reggae
3 Slave Driver
4 Pimpers Paradise
5 Exodus
6 Rastaman Live Up
7 Natural Mystic
8 Roots Natty Roots
9 Easy Skanking
10 Natty Dread Rides Again
11 Buffalo Soldier
12 Jamming
13 Ambush In The Night
14 Redemption Song
15 We Don’t Need No More Trouble
16 Coming In From The Cold
17 Revolution
18 War

“Ethiopian Liberation” By Tasha T from her “Real Talk” Album.

Download the new single now Ethiopian Liberation (May 5th 1941) from Tasha T.

"Ethiopian Liberation" By Tasha T from her "Real Talk" Album.

Tasha T – Real Talk – Artwork

Song: Ethiopian Liberation
Artist: Tasha T
Produced By: RasVibe Records, Danny Maestro, and Jeffrey Levi
Label: RasVibe Records Inc. Real Talk Album

 

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“Word and Honor” from Vocal and Lyrical Champion Chrisinti

Rastafarian reggae singer, Chrisinti, who’s magnificently performed cover of Angie Stone‘s No More Rain (In This Cloud) was featured on VP RecordsStrictly the Best, Vol. 28 compilation album has released a new single called “Word and Honor.”  Preview the song below.

Reggae singer CHRISINTI

Reggae singer CHRISINTI

His recent hit entitled “Heart of a Champion” and the latest release “Word and Honor” have been getting favorable reviews on Reggae radio programs worldwide.

Music video for “Heart of a Champion

CHRISINTI SOCIAL MEDIA

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Chronixx- Here Comes Trouble (Official Music Video) HD

The Official music video for the powerful single from Chronixx “Here Comes Trouble,” Produced by Winta James of Overstand Entertainment and Directed by Ezra Tafari.

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Reggae Vault Classics Pays Tribute to the Emperor

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To commemorate the birthday of Emperor Haile Selassie IHighlanda Sound SystemThe Honorary Citizen, and DaFlavaRadio.com will hold a special Reggae Vault Classics event on Thursday, July 19 at The Royal Peacock, a legendary hot spot draped in African-American and Caribbean culture located at 186 Auburn Avenue in the historic Sweet Auburn district of downtown Atlanta.  General admission to the celebration is $10 and doors are scheduled to open at 10:00 p.m.

The Royal Peacock’s stage has been graced by the likes of Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Fats Domino, Aretha Franklin, Wilson Pickett, Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Miles Davis, Sam Cooke, The Four Tops, the Isley Brothers, Ray Charles, Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye, and Little Richard.  In more recent times legendary acts of dancehall and reggae such as Burning Spear, Freddie McGregor, Tony Rebel, Johnny Osborne, Brigadier Jerry, Josey Wales, Anthony B, Bush Man, Mad Cobra, Patra, Warrior King, Downbeat, Killamanjaro, Metro Media, Stone Love, Bass Odyssey and numerous others have performed there to the delight of many.

The organizers of the Reggae Vault Classics event have succeeded in their mission to bring the great musical tradition and positive messages of foundation Reggae culture to diverse audiences of increasing numbers each month.  Due to the rich history of The Royal Peacock this unique event has now found a fitting venue.

It’s now time again for royal reggae inside of The Royal Peacock,” Super Pec of Highlanda Sound System.

For more information about the Reggae Vault Classics movement, email VaultClassics@gmail.com.