2018 Unifest To Pay Special Tribute To Reggae Icon ‘Joseph Hill’ Founder Of The Group Culture

On Sunday, May 20, 2018 the 24th annual Unifest multi-cultural festival will pay homage to Joseph Hill the late reggae icon.  Joseph Hill was the lead singer and songwriter for the roots reggae group Culture, most famous for their 1977 hit “See Dem a Come” on their debut album “Two Sevens Clash“, but also well known for […]
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Go Freddie Go’ #1 Song On Reggae Charts In NYC & South Florida

Reggae Ambassador and CEO of Big Ship Music Inc. Freddie McGregor O.D. is blazing up the charts in New York, South Florida and Jamaica with ‘Go Freddie Go,’ the first single off his upcoming album on VP Records. The melodically rich song, “Go Freddie Go” is #1 on the Foundation Radio Network Top 30 Music […]
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Red Stripe Presents Reggae Sumfest Brings Jamaica To NYC This Week

A slice of Jamaica flew into New York City this past Tuesday (April 17), when Red Stripe Presents Reggae Sumfest took over The DL nightclub. The purpose of the private event was to raise awareness and celebrate the island’s leading annual music festival, which will be held in Montego Bay from July 15-22, 2018. Caribbean music, food, speciality […]
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Stefflon Don & Safaree Added To Reggae Sumfest Pre-Party Lineup

Following Reggae Sumfest’s lineup announcement this week, Jamaica’s annual music festival adds more flavor to the mix with Stefflon Don and Safaree. The two artists will both perform at Sumfest’s Blitz “All Black” pre-party on Wednesday (Jul 18). Safaree will also host the event. This is one of the many back-to-back themed parties leading up to the 2-day iconic […]
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Reggae Artist Mackeehan Leaves New York City Mesmerized

On Saturday March 17th, reggae artist Mackeehan, co-headlined Tempo Networks, Love Her concert in Harlem New York. Backed by JedI band, Mackeehan rocked the crowd of music enthusiasts from beginning to end, gaining him new fans after his performance. Opening his set with his single “You’re the One”, Mackeehan immediately grabbed the attention of the […]
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Bob Marley’s Tour Of Japan In 1979 Inspired ‘Reggae Loves Romance’ Disc

New York based, Japanese born Eisaku “Selector A” Yamaguchi, Executive Producer of the soon to be released ‘Reggae Loves Romance Vol 2’ said Bob Marley’s visit to his homeland for his first and only tour in 1979, is the inspiration for the new compilation disc. Marley and the Wailers played eight intimate concerts in major […]
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Troyton Music Teams Up Two Of Reggae And Dancehall Biggest Stars, Sean Paul And Mavado On A Musical Anointment

Renowned billboard and platinum selling producer Troyton has once again delighted dancehall fans worldwide by teaming up two of the genre’s biggest names, Grammy award-winning Sean Paul and Platinum-selling International dancehall star Mavado on the hit bound single “I’m Sanctify“. Debut at #19 iTunes reggae singles chart, “I’m Sanctify” off Troyton Music star studded Dancehall […]
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Safaree, Sean Kingston Collab ‘Paradise’ Featured On #1 Billboard Reggae Album

The #1 album this week on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart is ‘Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica.” The album comes in ahead of Grammy winning album Stony Hill by Damian “Jr Gong” Marley that sits at “2 and Chronology by Chronixx which sits at #7. Among the popular tracks on the disc are ‘Paradise’ by […]
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As Life Imitates Art, Reggae Songstress Tosh Alexander Draws Inspiration from Personal Experience on her Latest Single “Light It Up”

Being named after the legendary Peter Tosh holds a spiritual weight for the namesake, and Tosh Alexander takes the honor to heart by conveying the spirit of their culture through music. Although by all accounts the songstress is a novice, her resume boasts work with some of the biggest names in music such as Grammy […]
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Meet New Reggae Sensation ‘Ricky Nevado’

Born Nevado Wellington, in St. Catherine Jamaica home to notable artists like Christopher Martin, Spice, and Tony Curtis. As with his predecessors, Nevado sought to showcase his musical talents in church, at school, and local competitions such as the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s performing arts festival. Although not professionally trained, Nevado’s drive would lead him to open for […]
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