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Roots and Cutlure #3

Third part of Roots and Culture mix featuring few of known musicians of the genre, such as Frankie Paul, Gregory Isaccs, Jacob Miller, Culture and others.
Roots as a subgenre of reggae deals with the everyday lives and aspirations of the artists concerned, including the spiritual side of Rastafari and the honoring Jah It also is identified with the life of the ghetto sufferer, and the rural poor. Lyrical themes include spirituality and religion, poverty, black pride, social issues, resistance to government and racial oppression, and repatriation to Africa.

tracklist
Gregory Isaacs – Material Man
Jacob Miller – Mr Officer
Frankie Paul – Slow Down
Jackie Brown – Close by Your Side
Eric Donaldson – More Love
Roman Stewart – Sing a Hit Song
Gregory Isaacs – Objection Overruled
Frankie Paul – I Know The Score
Eric Donaldson – Are You Thinking of Him
Culture – Vacancy
Derrick Morgan – Angela
Ijahman Levi & Madge – I Do
Bunny Wailer – Dreamland
Jackie Brown – Lion Head
Eric Donaldson – The Way You Do The Things You Do
Alpha & The Mellow – I’m Trying
Eric Donaldson – Follow Me
Culture — Satan company
The Itals – Satisfaction
Delroy Wilson – I’ve been in love
Ruddy Thomas & Trinity – Everyday Is Just A Holiday – Natty Dread On The Go

Roots and Culture #2

Second part of Roots and Cutllure mix featuring few of known musicians of the genre, such as Jacob Miller, Dennis Brown, Culture, Gregroy Isaac, Linval Thompson, and others.
Roots as a subgenre of reggae deals with the everyday lives and aspirations of the artists concerned, including the spiritual side of Rastafari and the honoring Jah It also is identified with the life of the ghetto sufferer, and the rural poor. Lyrical themes include spirituality and religion, poverty, black pride, social issues, resistance to government and racial oppression, and repatriation to Africa.

tracklist
Gregory Isaacs – Babylon Too Rough
Sylford Walker – Burn Babylon
Dennis Brown – Rasta Children
John Holt – Police in Helicopter
Barrington Levy – Black Roses
Don Carlos – Mr Sun
Culture – Why am I a Rastaman
Sylford Walker – Chant down Babylon
Don Carlos – Oh girl
Hollie Cook – Milk and Honey
Gregory Isaacs – Night Nurse
Sylford Walker – Jah Golden Pen
Don Carlos – Young Girl
John Holt – Ghetto Queen
Tetrack – Only Jah Jah knows
Linval Thompson – Jah Jah man
Dennis Brown – Bubbling fountain
Don Carlos – Chant Down
Barrington Levy – Hypocrites
Dennis Brown – Natural Mystic
Linval Thompson – I Spy
Lizzard – Milk and Honey

Roots and Culture

In today’s musical podcast we are traveling back memory lane again, featuring Roots music
Roots as a subgenre of reggae deals with the everyday lives and aspirations of the artists concerned, including the spiritual side of Rastafari and the honoring Jah It also is identified with the life of the ghetto sufferer, and the rural poor. Lyrical themes include spirituality and religion, poverty, black pride, social issues, resistance to government and racial oppression, and repatriation to Africa.

tracklist
Bob Marley -Forever Loving Jah
Mc Woner – No Fires It
Ronnie Davis – Strange Things
Bunny Wailer – Rise & Shine
African Princess – Jah Children
Dennis Brown – Revolution
Gregory Isaacs -Feeling Irie
Matthew Mcanuff – African Chanting
Enos McLeod -By The Look
Yabby You – Fire, Fire
African Son – Dread Red Dread
Don Carlos – Young Girl
African Brothers – Youths of Today
Billy Boyo – One Spliff a Day
Black Uhuru – Plastic Smile
Peter Broggs – International Farmer
Peter Tosh – Mystic Man
Alton Ellis – Rasta Spirit
Dawn Penn – You Don´t Love Me (No No No)
Fu Manchu – Dreamlets
Johnny Osbourne -Love is For Jah
Horace Andy & King Tubby -Zion Gate Dub
Mikey Dread – Roots & Culture

Women in Reggae

Today’s musical edition is about women in reggae. It is a glimpse into a moment in history, from 70ies and up, in which we celebrated the outstanding female voices of reggae music. Jamaica is, and probably will always be, a patriarchal society, but at this point in time the rise of women within the genre had become a notable, positive development.
Probably the best-known among Jamaica’s female singers is the trio called the I Three, who sang harmony vocals for Bob Marley and the Wailers from 1974 until Marley’s death in 1981. Marcia Griffiths, Judy Mowatt and Rita Marley all had successful professional solo careers before joining up with the Wailers.
Apart from those three well known women , we feature many more from Susan Carol, Annette Brissett, Hortense Ellis…., and many more.

tracklist
I-Threes – Many Are Called
Althea and Donna – Uptown Top Ranking
Melody Beecher – Diamonds & Thrills
Susan Cadogan – Do It Baby
Carlene Davis – I Remember
Hortense Ellis – Reflections – Girls
Sharon Forrester – Love Don’t Live Here Anymore
Marcia Griffiths – Steppin’ Out a Babylon
Sheila Hylton – Breakfast In Bed
I Threes – Waitin in vain (bob ‘s cover)
Debra Keese – Travelling
Jennifer Lara – Hand To Mouth
Annette Brissett-Half A Mile
J C Lodge – Someone loves you honey
Rita Marley The Beauty Of God’s Plan
Judy Mowatt – Only a woman – Mr Dee J
Ranking Ann – A Slice Of English Toast
Sister Carol Dread Natty Congo
Nadine Sutherland – Until.


Pure Love Vybz

Although reggae is known by its political and spiritual stand, it also touches lives, especially love and relationships in many songs; it is actually very romantical. Today musical edition features some of many love songs, yet not even one of masters of love GI…..

tracklist
Virtuous Woman – Warrior King
It’s A Pity – Tanya Stephenson
How Can I Live — Nikesha
Your Love Is My Love – Terry Linen
They Gonna Talk – Beres Hammond
Just Be Good – Half Pint
Strangers In The Night – Glen Washington
Nothing At All — Ghost
In Heaven – Da’Ville
That’s The Way It Is – Terry Linen
Frenzy — Sanchez
Do You Believe — Ghost
It’s Not Official – Beres Hammond
One Of These Days – Glen Washington
Sometimes — Sanchez
If Love So Nice – Junior Kelly
The World’s Greatest – Terry Linen
Couldn’t Be The Girl For Me – Terry Linen
Want You Back – Singing Melody
Don’t Play With My Heart – Beres Hammond
Kindness For Weakness – Glen Washington
Rockaway – Beres Hammond
All My Life – Da’Ville Feat Marcia Griffiths
Say What – Singing Melody
I’m Still In Love With You – Sean Paul Feat Sasha
You Remind Me – Don Campbell
Solid As A Rock — Sizzla
Just One Of Those Days — Sizzla
Can You Play Some More (Pull It Up) – Beres Hammond & Buju Banton
Hypocrites – Tony Rebel

Reggaeton #2

Often mistaken for reggae or reggae en espanol, reggaeton is a younger genre which originated in the clubs of San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1991. It became known as “underground” music. DJ Playero and DJ Nelson were inspired by hip hop and Latin American music to produce “riddims,” the first reggaeton tracks. As Caribbean and African-American music gained momentum in Puerto Rico, reggae rap in Spanish marked the beginning of the Boricua underground and was a creative outlet for many young people.
In this musical edition we travel from first tracks, all the way to Gasolina, and a bit beyond, featuring DJ Players, Playero, Don Omar, Rakim Y Kenny, Ivy Queen….


tracklist
Street Mix Dj Playero
Blanco – Sigan Bailando
Maicol
y Manuel Le gente sabe
Daddy Yankee Te
ves bien
Ruben Sam – Miss Goody Goody
O.G. Black – La
predilecta
Buru Fat Z – Pedaleando
Street Mix 2 Dj Playero
Mexicano – No Voy A Parar
Todas Las Tiernas – Yipi Yo
Daddy Yankee -Donde
mi no vengas
Falo – Tirame
el ritmo
K.I.D. – Yo canto
y soy sexy
Daddy Yankee – Suena
Rakim Y Kenny – Si la
ves
Don Omar – Dale
Hector Y Tito – Baila Morena
Daddy Yankee – Gasolina
Nejo & Dalmata – Algo Musical ft. Arcangel
Don Omar – Pobre Diabla
Angel
y Khris, Ven Bailalo
Baby Ranks, Daddy Yankee, Hector
el Bambino – Mayor Que Yo
Daddy Yankee – Ella me
levanto
Zion – Zun Da Da
Calle Ciega – Mi Cachorrita
Ivy Queen Yo
quiero saber

Despacito

Reggaeton is a music genre which has its roots in Latin and Caribbean music. It was invented, shaped and made known in Puerto Rico where it got its name. When Daddy Yankee released Gasloina, reggaeton has spread like fire all over the globe.


tracklist
Luis Fonsi – Despacito ft. Daddy Yankee
Nicky Jam – El Amante
Maluma – El Perdedo
Enrique Iglesias – SUBEME LA RADIO (Official Video) ft. Descemer Bueno, Zion & Lennox
 Wisin – Escapate Conmigo ft. Ozuna
J. Balvin – Sigo Extranandote
CNCO – Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos)
Nicky Jam Ft Wisin -Si tu la ves
Don Omar, Zion & Lennox – Te Quiero Pa´Mi
Daddy Yankee Ft Ozuna – La Rompe Corazones
Ozuna – Dile Que Tu Me Quieres
 Ozuna – Te Vas
 Arcangel
y De La Ghetto – Mas Que Ayer
Daddy Yankee – Hula Hoop
CNCO ft. Yandel – Hey DJ
Daddy Yankee – Shaky Shaky
Farruko – Chillax ft. Ky-Mani Marley
Yandel – Nunca Me Olvides
J Balvin – Safari ft. Pharrell Williams, BIA, Sky
Yandel – Encantadora
 Sebastian Yatra – Traicionera

R.O.A.R.

This musical edition features Bob Marley’s offsprings – Damian, Stephen, Ky Mani, Julian, Jr. Gong, Ziggy….and their current production, along with few other fresh cuts from the realm of reggae.

Damian Marley Drops Knowledge In New Visual For “R.O.A.R.”
In it he pays tribute to his home country of Jamaica, taking viewers on a tour of the song’s captivating lyrics about life on the island in the visual for his latest release “R.O.A.R”

“R.O.A.R.” is featured on Damian’s upcoming fourth studio album, ‘Stony Hill’ set to release July 21, 2017, exclusively on TIDAL, his first your first solo album in 12 years.

tracklist
Damian Marley – R O A R
Damian Jr. Gong Marley – Nail Pon Cross
Queen Ifrica – Truversation ft. Damian Jr. Gong Marley
Damion Marley ft. Vybz Kartel and Sizzla
Stephen Marley – Rock Stone ft. Capleton, Sizzla
Bunji Garlin ft. Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley – The Message
Stephen Marley Rude Bwoy ft. Damian Marley, Julian Marley, Jo Mersa
Protoje – Who Knows ft. Chronixx
Cali P feat. Capleton – Dem Ago Burn Up
Stephen Marley – Ghetto Boy ft. Bounty Killer, Cobra
Damian Jr. Gong Marley – Set Up Shop
Samory I – Rasta Nuh Gangsta
Gentleman & Ky-Mani Marley – Tomorrow
Chronixx – Likes
Stephen Marley – Scars On My Feet ft. Waka Flocka Flame
Monkey Marc – No Surrender feat. Sizzla, Capleton, Fantan Mojah & Mista Savona
Protoje – Evil Displa
Culture – Why am I a Rastaman
Ziggy Marley- See Dem Fake Leaders
Lutan Fyah – Sweet Trichomes
Anthony B – King In My Castle
Nas & Damian Jr. Gong Marley – Patience

He is that DJ that spins all

In this musical edition we are featuring multiple award-winning DJ Spinall(Sodamola Oluseye Desmond ), one of the main forces pushing afrobeats forward from behind the decks .
Earlier this year, Spinall released the excellent album Ten, which has birthed many dance floor hits and which features top-tier collaborations with Mr Eazi, Ice Prince, Sarkodie, Patoranking and more. He’s also recently dropped the massive “Olowo,” alongside Davido and Wande Coal.
And as he says in the interview” I really, really want to take the music around the world, not just in Africa. I want to take the music to Asia; I want to take the music to places that we have Africans at. We have Africans almost in every part of the world.Also, beyond selling my music to Africa, or introducing Africans to the music, I want to introduce the world itself to the music. I’m looking forward to EDM sessions, and sessions in other genres.Basically, I want to push African music but not leave behind the culture. Because I feel like the culture is what lead to the music.”
Dj Spinall is someone who really, really loves music, and he listens to everything. Is a big fan of hip-hop and he really loves R&B. he loves afrobeats, he loves afropop. He loves fuji music, he loves reggae, he loves dancehall. So basically, he is that DJ that spins all. That’s how we came about the name DJ Spinall.

Ithiopia Mix

Ethiopia from yesterday to today – mix of past and present, from instrumental , jazz ,….reggae

tracklist
Aster Aweke – Ethiopia
Fabaiahala – from Earth to Earth
Anchi Yesemay – Kokob
Anmut Kinde(Habtu Nigatu) Ye Wahint Engurguro
Getatchew Mekurya – Shellela
Teddy Mitiku – Amalele
Mulatu Astatke – Green Africa
Samuel Yirga – The Blues for Wollo
Jacky Gosee – Yene Akal
Teddy Afro – Abebayehosh
Semere Kiros – Reggea Kemise feat. Hailu
Gossaye Tesfaye – Enateye
Haile Roots – Melkam Yamarech
Aster Aweke – Fikir Ayalkbet
Dawit Tsige – Yene Konjo
Haile Roots – Wudinesh
Gigi – Ethiopia

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