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Reggae?

Tttristan
@tttristan
2 years ago
12 posts
Hey guys idk if this is the right site to ask this but I don't have a lot of other people to ask so I figured I would ask here. Not to be so stereotypical but I thought you guys would know some good reggae groups or songs. I have just been gettin into it recently and was looking to hear some new stuff.. Thanks you!!
updated by @tttristan: 02/14/15 03:30:53AM
Danny Parker
@danny-parker
2 years ago
28 posts

I have a few suggestions on some artists, chronixx, kabaka pyramid, lutan fyah, alborosie, capelton, sizzla, jah cure, the list goes on but there is a few :)

Blessings

DRS
@drs
2 years ago
47 posts

If you want modern sounds, definitely go with Fortunate Youth, or Rebelution, Through the Roots, or Smokin' Roots Crew(hard to find),

I'm more into the modern stuff, so can't really give you much help with roots reggae.

If you're leaning more towards ska, try Desmond Dekker, Hepcat, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, The Slackers

Tttristan
@tttristan
2 years ago
12 posts
Thank you guys I will def check em all out
Pete
@pete
2 years ago
67 posts

Damian Marley (Plus the whole marley family, Ziggy marley, julian marley, ky-mani marley, stephen marley...)

You dont wanna miss them !

Anna Blocker
@anna-blocker
2 years ago
25 posts

If you like or want to check out groups who have a lot of different elements going on, horn sections and a jazz feel and still that nice underlying roots eat coming through, then check out these guys, and there are a few roots groups thrown in here; Groundation, Milton Henry, 10 Ft. Ganja Plant, Fat Freddy's Drop, Yellow Man, Toya,....most of the Marley's are great, you have some different styles and whatnot amongst them.

NaturalDreads01
@naturaldreads01
2 years ago
172 posts

I've always loved Garnett Silk.. He is more kinds of roots reggae in his approach to the lyrics though. (not sure what you prefer lol) :D much love and peace to you.

Tttristan
@tttristan
2 years ago
12 posts
Thanks everybody I didn't realize there were so many different feels and types in reggae.. Thanks for showing me these!
Sting.Rey
@stingrey
2 years ago
44 posts

I love the the Roots Rock Reggae (or what I like to call West Coast Dub) & Island Reggae (Hawai'ian Reggae). I have a few Hawai'ian artists posted on my page. Here's a couple of sites you can stream from, Surf Roots Radio, Maui Native 92.5 7 Q103. Yes they have competing radio stations that play reggae ALL day in Hawai'i

http://surfroots.com/surfrootsradio

http://player.streamtheworld.com/liveplayer.php?CALLSIGN=KLHIFM

http://q103maui.com

http://www.native925.com

Enjoy Brah.

Tttristan
@tttristan
2 years ago
12 posts
Thank you again everybody and thank you for linking those sites I like the streaming idea.
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