Dubwise Atlanta ft. Protoje – audio [Live set recorded 12.4.16]

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#dubwiseatlanta ft. Protoje, Yaadcore, Aba Shaka and Farinheits Creation, Sunday, Dec. 4th at WILDPITCH MUSIC HALL, home of #rubadubatl (2nd Sundays). Kings With Style prod.

Dubwise Atlanta ft. Protoje

Dubwise Atlanta ft. Protoje

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Dubwise Atlanta with Protoje – Picture Gallery

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Rub-A-Dub ATL and WildPitch host Dubwise Atlanta presented by Kings with Style featuring Yaadcore with Protoje live from Kingston, Jamaica, alongside Aba Shaka and Farinheits Creation.

Look out for RUB-A-DUB ATL (reggae music) at Wildpitch Music Hall (255 Trinity Ave, ATL) every month (Second Sundays).

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Little Pinchers is confirmed for ROCKSTEADY ATL on December 4th at Studio No. 7

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#RocksteadyATL artwork, December 2015

#ROCKSTEADYATL is keeping Atlanta enthusiasts satisfied with Roots Reggae Every First Friday at Studio No. 7 located at 393 Marietta Street, NW, Atlanta.

Enjoy a special night of Reggae, Lovers Rock, Dub, and Roots on Friday December 4th with Music by Highlanda Sound and DJ Passport alongside guest sounds Lion of Judah with Ras Irate and Empress Movements.

Atlanta-based reggae singer LITTLE PINCHERS has officially signed on and as he has become know for, promises to deliver yet another stellar live performance “inna rub-a-dub style.”

Doors open 9pm-2am. Free Entry Until 11 with RSVP. Email your guest list names to RocksteadyATL@gmail.com by 5pm on Friday December 4 for a confirmed RSVP.

Late 70’s and Early 80’s Downtempo Roots Reggae

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Featured within this episode are a hand-full of rootsy downtempo one-drop riddims with the best singers of the era from 1977 to about 1982.  Catch Them Jah Jah, Three Blind Mice, Ain't No Sunshine, Worries In The Dance, and Jumpy Girl are the riddims highlighted.    The great Lee Perry, Scientist, King Tubby, Dr. Alimantado, and Augustus Pablo are all in the mix with different dubwise versions here so a variety of effects and styles are presented along with toasting and singing from Frankie Paul, Leroy Smart, I Roy, Barrington Levy, Jacob Miller, Yami Bolo, Junior Reid, Anthony Johnson, Jah Thomas and more.    Its good to be back in the swing of things with my new studio up and running.  Expect to be uplifted by more podcast episodes coming your way weekly.Featured within this episode are a hand-full of rootsy downtempo one-drop riddims with the best singers of the era from 1977 to about 1982.  Catch Them Jah Jah, Three Blind Mice, Ain’t No Sunshine, Worries In The Dance, and Jumpy Girl are the riddims highlighted.

The great Lee Perry, Scientist, King Tubby, Dr. Alimantado, and Augustus Pablo are all in the mix with different dubwise versions here so a variety of effects and styles are presented along with toasting and singing from Frankie Paul, Leroy Smart, I Roy, Barrington Levy, Jacob Miller, Yami Bolo, Junior Reid, Anthony Johnson, Jah Thomas and more.

Singer Jah – Roots, Reggae & Culture

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2008 winner of the Magnum Kings and Queens competition Singer Jah has now teamed up with Swedish producer Lance-a-lot.  Check out his new single entitled Roots, Reggae & Culture.

Producer: Lance-a-lot
Label: Lance-a-lot Production/Swingkids
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.

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.

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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

“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

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Beres Hammond Tops Billboard Charts

Beres Hammond - One Love , One Life - Artwork

Beres Hammond – One Love , One Life – Artwork

Beres Hammond’s new album One Love, One Life reaches  #1 on U.S. Billboard Reggae Chart after five weeks in the market. One Love, One Life (VP/Harmony House Records) has been Top 5 on the Reggae albums chart since its November 13th release, with sales climbing the past two weeks.

This success comes off the heels of his recent U.S. concert performances at Brooklyn’s Barclays Arena on December 12 and Hard Rock Cafe in Ft. Lauderdale, FL on December 14. While in New York City, Beres also sat in with The Roots on December 11 to make his national late night television debut on NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

“Beres’ touring and the national media exposure played a major role in this increase” states Aaron Talbert, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for VP Records. “CD sales at the venues and the in store appearances in New York and Miami really put the album in front of the fans,” he adds.

“We hope to continue the momentum through Christmas and into 2013. “We are happy and proud to see Beres at the top of the chart,” states VP Records President Chris Chin.

One Love, One Life is Beres Hammond’s first studio album since One Moment In Time released in 2008 on VP/ Harmony House Records.  Beres had a hand in producing 19 of the 20 songs one this new double-disc collection. The first disc One Love includes his signature classic lover’s rock sound on new singles like “No Candle Light” and “Keep Me Warm,” while the second disc One Life contains more of his socially-conscious, spiritually-empowering tunes including “You Stand Alone,” “Truth Will Live On” and “Prime Time.”