This is my Mix of THE favourite Reggae album I had as a kid? Blinding tracks! Before he became too established and too mainstream!The 1st album he used synthesizers on, I believe? It was pretty hard to beat mix this.
Guaranteed to keep you movin from beginning to end!! Classic joints from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s that will have you reminiscing. A set that truly has a little something for everybody. I definitely pushed the envelope on this one. ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!
more and more I listen to Trap music i see of it’s relationship to hip hop and rnb. Some of you might think it’s more related to house music , I just don’t see that yet. I like it mainly because it’s different and that it’s mixed more like i do oldies or disco. VERY FAST. We waited a little bit to get the music right but i think you are going to enjoy my third installment of doing trap and hiphop together. DOWNLOAD LIKE AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS SUPPORT THIS MIX BY VISITING http://djdealeyo.com/2013/05/11/may-2013-trap-hip-hop-rnb-reggae-music-mix-247/
That modern ska sound captured! Not your punky ska bands but more underground reggae/ska crossovers. Mostly released the last few years but couldn't resist adding Capital Letters from 1979. Going out to the reggaeoverdrive crew!
This is pt3 of 1 night of the Groove Funkers 10 --- Roots Reggae - to celebrate the sunny day it was 25.04.2013 - about 59 min at the original BPM - Enjoy & Comment & GReeeTS & CHeeeRS !!!!! All Groove Funkers + Shakerdelic Sessions are recorded live :-)
Jah is referenced in many reggae songs. The popularity of this music form associated with the Rastafari movement has spread the name "Jah" (derived from the KJV Psalms 68:4) beyond the West Indies.For example, it is referenced in Bob Marley's "Is this Love", in the line: We'll share the same room, for Jah provide the bread. It appears in the title of Third World's hit song "Try Jah Love." The Mighty Diamonds song "Pass The Dutchie" has the following lyric: 'Cause the spirit of Jah, you know he leads you on. Similarly, Mystic Roots' "Pass The Marijuana" contains the words: Pass the marijuana, give Jah thanks and praise today. Also Stevie Wonder's ode to Marley, "Master Blaster (Jammin')", contains the following verse lyric: We've agreed to get together, joined as children in Jah. P.O.D.'s Song, "Strength Of My Life", from their album Testify, contains the words: If Jah is for me, tell me whom I gon' fear? (no I won't fear), And Jah of Jacob, deserving of my love. Also, Jah is referenced many times in Damian Marley's song Road to Zion and in the songs of Costa Rican singer, Noah, such as "If you don't believe in Jah, we can not be together" It also appears in Gregory Isaac's Night Nurse, "Only you can quench this Jah thirst." Additionally, Jah has been linked to acid-reggae music. For example, the name can be heard in Thievery Corporation's song "The Outernationalist". Hardcore Punk/ Reggae band Bad Brains' first album contains the songs 'Jah Calling' and 'I Luv I Jah'. The use of Jah in music is also evident in the up and rising reggae band, Soldiers of Jah Army, also known as SOJA. Jah also appears in The Lonely Island's Ras Trent as well as being the subject of "Mount Zion" by the MC Young Zeus."Jah" appears in other genres as well. The first line of Camper Van Beethoven's song "Take the Skinh
We decided to deliver a little bit of that hip hop trap again. Lots of great songs thank you to Dj Mebbe’slatest music release. It’s been awhile since we had two full parts of hip hop, RNB, and reggae. Originally i had about 50 songs that i had to cut down after a few listens. It feels great to be on of the first to deliver this music to you. I hope you enjoy. We are reaching new support levels as we reached 61 likes on last months hiphop mix