Jamaican dancehall music live audio

RUB-A-DUB ATL, the Best Reggae Music live Dancehall Audio to Download


The 70s, 80s, and 90s were prolific decades for dancehall music and many strides were made in Jamaican music during that time.

The 1970s is still heralded as the golden age of Jamaican reggae music, but with the advent of digital technology, the 80s and 90s decades became known as the sweetest time for commercially successful crossover dancehall fusion, sound clashes and juggling dances alike.  The transitional period out of the golden age and into the digital era is when the term rub-a-dub emerged as both a description of the musical style (heavy drum patterns accompanied by swinging basslines) and a verbal representation of the popular hip-to-hip movements between dance partners of the time.

To this day in cities around the world, there remains a high demand for the fashion of dancing with accompanying classic riddims and anthems that rocked the dancehalls of yesteryear.

As such, it brings me great pleasure to present Rub-A-Dub ATL – dedicated to you, the reggae lover.

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Rub-A-Dub ATL January 2017 | Click Image to Listen or Download

Rub-A-Dub ATL ft. DJ Passport, Highlanda Sound, DJ Rootsqueen, and Jah Prince at Wildpitch on 1.8.17.

Reggae party, Rub-A-Dub ATL, is a nightlife event that includes many sub-genres of reggae music including ska, rocksteady, lovers rock, Roots, dub and dancehall with live DJ sets and live music performances monthly on Second Sundays in Atlanta at WildPitch Music Hall.

More ways to listen to Rub-A-Dub ATL reggae music audio:

  1. Listen on iTunes
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  3. Listen on Soundcloud

Talib Kweli Hits The Stage at Face Off Fridays


OHighlanda.net was inside MJQ Concourse last Friday for ‘Face Off.’  Three Reggae sets dropped in by Selector Jah Prince provided a complimentary change of pace as DJ Rasta Root kept the dance floor engaged all night.  Party motivation was added by MC for the night Ras Goldie.  Now in the event’s 7th year, Face Off Fridays goes down each 2nd Friday at MJQ and you just never know which of Rasta Root’s celebrity friends will drop by to perform.  Talib Kweli was a pleasant surprise as he blessed the MIC at around 12:30am.  Hip-Hop (& Dancehall) lives…

TALIB KWELI @ FACE OFF FRIDAY’S (ATLANTA) (@DJRastaRoot) Hosted by Violator DJs.