Monday, February 20, 2017

Friday february 24th, 2017 DENNIS BROWN TRIBUTE I-Trinity & The P.O.I. Band, Soundz by Selecta Rebel

Friday february 24th, 2017

I-Trinity & The P.O.I. Band
Soundz by DJ Rebel

Whiskey Tip (1910 Sebastopol Road, Santa Rosa, CA)

Wednesday, February 15, 2017


King MAS & Royal Order Music have already delivered two modern Roots anthems with the critically acclaimed "Reflection" being touted as conscious Reggae "classic" since it's 2015 release on the "Smart" riddim compilation. "Zombie Apocalypse" followed up with strong reviews as a veracious look into the modern world. Now, here comes the SWEETNESS to balance out the bitters!
"Suga An Wata" is the first release from the upcoming "What To Do" riddim which will feature some of Reggae's elite talents including Sizzla Kalonji, Lutan Fyah, Torch & a host of roots rockaz that will be sure to satisfy your Reggae craving as 2017 begins. If you've been wondering "What To Do" to get your reggae fix, look out for this selection and whet your appetite with this sweet concoction blended up courtesy of the "musical Obeah man".


Monday, February 13, 2017

Gibbo Presents On The Rise

A mixtape showcasing twelve of Jamaica's most talented and creative emerging artistes. Introducing you to their music, and telling the story behind it.
Free download tracked version -
Eesah – Password
Runkus – burn everytinG
Royal Blu – Free Paper
Koro Fyah ft Lila Ike – Got It For You
Alexx A-Game – Only Time Will Tell
Dre Tosh – Coming In Hot
Mortimer – Ganja Train
Blvk H3ro – Feet Don’t Fail
Shanique Marie – Babylon System
Silkki Wonda – Shitstim
Hempress Sativa – Fight For Your Rights
Pentateuch Movement – Crime

Friday, February 10, 2017

Chronixx "Likes"

"Likes" taken from Chronixx forthcoming album Chronology

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Yellowman Interview Pt.1 "From Scorned Orphan to King of Dancehall"

I NEVER KNEW TV had the honor of reasoning with the King of Dancehall Yellowman. In this video Yellowman discusses the hardships of growing up as an albino in Jamaica and performing on St Ignatius Sound at the Alpha Boys School. Yellowman also explains how he ended up on Aces International and Volcano Sound and how all is albums are actually freestyles.

Friday, February 3, 2017

Protoje - Blood Money (Official Audio)

Blood Money is the latest release from Jamaican Reggae singer Protoje. The song lyrics provide hard-hitting, raw and unapologetic commentary on the current state of Jamaica, touching on several social injustices that have afflicted Jamaican society. Protoje describes the air of discrimination, classism, and oppression prevalent in the Jamaican political landscape, calling out corrupt practices, and conveys the meaningful message to his audience of awareness, activism and the need to call for change and accountability.

Produced by Winta James
In.Diggnation Collective/Overstand Entertainment
Licensed by Mr Bongo Worldwide

Visuals by Taj Francis

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Soundcheck - Dionne Reid

Raised in Peckham the singer/songwriter Dionne Reid decided that she would no longer let others determine her success but rather understand her mission and adopt a do it yourself ethos. Recorded in her home-studio in South London, ‘Soundcheck’ is a raw unmastered record of Dionne's most remarkable journey as a young woman and musician who found her way.

Deciding that DIY was better way to get her message across; she began to work on one of her most revealing, honest and empowering records she's ever made.  "I had to take initiative and challenge myself creatively, giving birth to my ideas and challenging myself with new skills I wasn’t accustomed to"

Experiencing so much growth and strength Dionne Reid' 'Soundcheck' is filled with beautiful horns, deep bass, warm soulful fusions embedded in reggaes foun- dations and beauty.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Dennis Brown - Live in Concert

Dennis Emmanuel Brown (February 1, 1957 -- July 1, 1999). 
During his prolific career, which began in the late 1960s when he was aged eleven, he recorded more than 75 albums and was one of the major stars of lovers rock, a sub-genre of reggae. 
Bob Marley cited Brown as his favourite singer,dubbing him "The Crown Prince of Reggae", and Brown would prove hugely influential on future generations of reggae singers.
Second only to Bob Marley in the hierarchy of reggae music, 
Dennis Brown was a true innovator and entertainer.
This DVD captures the star in an hour-long concert performance. 
Backed by Lloyd Park's We The People Band, Brown is nothing short of a revelation.