Macka B is a Jamaican Reggae Artist on a mission. He uses his 45 inch vinyl as his weapon and takes his message worldwide.
Reggae Music is the music of the people. People moving, people working. The heartbeat rhythm and intelligent profound lyrics. Slick basslines and haunting brass. Here are some stories.
Born and raised on the mystical island of O’ahu in Hawaii to a musical family, Mike Love is an original and inspirational roots reggae musician and song writer.
Chronixx is one of the new breed of conscious reggae artists and musicians coming out of Spanish Town Jamaica. His father was a musician and he wrote his first song at the age of five.
Reggae Music is music made by rasta people. It is the people rhythm, rhythm of people working, people walking, people moving. Bob Marley.
BuzzRock is a high energy reggae band from Trinidad Tobago performing strictly original content. The name Buzz Rock represents the pulse of the earth or the vibration of the people, hence the name buzz (vibration) and rock (the Earth). Their performances mesmerise...
Natural Ites formed in 1981, a vocal trio of Percy Dread, Ossie samms aka Ossie gad and Neil foster heading a changing line up of instrumentalists and players known as the Realistics.
The Zennith Boyz are a five piece Indigenous reggae band that come from the deep scrub of Bulwai Country in Kuranda Queensland. Their performance at the Australasian World Music Expo has seen Zennith Boyz invited to play in New Zealand, the USA and Europe.
With his dynamic lyrics, superb showmanship and classic performances, the Rastafarian known as Bushman is an artist with which to hold a joy with, and a force to be reckoned with.
Reggae music is hot. Whether you are a lover or a resistor, this genre has something for everyone. It is the rhythm of life, people working, people moving.
For thirty three years they have been producing smash hit songs with inspirational messages to sold out tours.
Steel Pulse Reggae Legends Steel Pulse reggae band started out in 1975. Their commitment to educating the masses, fighting injustice and spreading the positive vibration of Jah Message through spiritually uplifting music, has never waned. They are probably the United...
Bob Marley’s image represents freedom. Indigenous cultures throughout the world relate to his music, the humility and the gentleness of his melodies and lyrics, as well as the rude boy rebellion and outrage of injustice that permeates his brilliant music.
Bunny Wailer was one of the founding members of the original Wailers. He wrote many famous songs and was also an accomplished musican and performer. He upheld the Rastafarian faith with one love during his life.
DJ Rondon and the world beat sound system are from Guyana and are one of New York’s hottest mixed tape DJ outfits on the circuit today.
Buju Banton music has earned prophet like status in his homeland in Jamaica. Banton is a Jamaican word referring to someone with a superior attitude and a gift with speech.
Like an experienced stand up comedian using a call-back joke to punctuate his set Richie Spice used the same phrase at the close of each song, grounding proceedings with the power of his words.
Stephen Marley lyrics in his new album Mind Control released in March 2007 is taking reggae music to new heights.