Reggae Music

  • Soca
    Spinning the radio dial, hoping against hope that you'll find a soca track somewhere? Unless you happen to live in Jamaica or a select few other markets, you probably already know that you won't have....
  • Bobo Ashanti
    In an era of increasingly corporate-controlled commercial radio, most DJs know precious little about reggae music, let alone reggae cultural fixtures such as Bobo Ashanti. Unless you live in Jamaica ....
  • Marcus Garvey
    Today's commercial radio stations are unlikely to know a thing about reggae, let alone such cultural icons as Marcus Garvey. Unless you're reading this in Jamaica, the odds of finding a terrestrial r....
  • Steel Pulse
    Even in their native UK, roots reggae stars Steel Pulse are harder and harder to find on commercial radio. That is not really a surprise; after all, so much great music that does not fit into an ever....
  • Buju Banton
    While Buju Banton has enjoyed enormous mainstream success in recent years, the one certainty of commercial radio is that today's stars will end up tomorrow's scrap heap. It's not just reggae, of cour....
  • Nitty Gritty
    Where can you hear the great dancehall stars like Nitty Gritty? Not on the radio, that's for certain. Unless you live in Jamaica or one of a few select metropolitan areas, the chances of hearing any....
  • Tenor Saw
    Until recently, fans of dancehall stars such as Tenor Saw had little or no chance of finding what they were looking for on the radio. But fortunately, in the last few years, the radio has expanded in....
  • Burning Spear
    If you're looking on your radio dial for conscious roots reggae such as Burning Spear, you are probably wasting your time. Unless you live in Jamaica, the odds of hearing anything but reggae's mainst....
  • Nyabingi
    If you're tired of commercial radio stations that don't understand Jamaican music, like alone Jamaican cultural concepts such as Nyabingi, you are not alone. In fact, unless you live in Jamaica, you ....
  • Dancehall Queen
    Outside of Jamaica itself, where are you going to find Shabba Ranks, Nitty Gritty, Courtney Melody and classic videos like Dancehall Queen, all in one place? Until recently, the question itself might....