Top Ten Reggae Dancehall Male Singers
This list is compiled to reflect male dancehall singers who have come to prominence in dancehall music since 2000. Their songs have dominated the dancehall scene. The special mention list singer from another decade whose past and current songs continue to be the most played and influential . You the viewing public will get to choose those you think are ten best new reggae dancehall artists since 2000. Add your comments and enlarge this list.
Review: Great Vibes At Richie Stephens Album Launch
Great Vibes At Richie Stephens Album Launch Reggae artist Richie Stephens performed live to launch his album “Real Reggae Music”, which features 14 songs. Stephens performed songs from the new album showcasing his experience and versatility as a seasoned reggae musician, compelling the audience to shout out their appreciation.
Review: Reggae Jam Germany – Cool since 1994
So there may have been a couple new perks added like a 38m Ferris wheel and an app developed exclusively for this year’s festival but Reggae Jam 2014 however still remained cool. Yes, cool, cool in a way that only Reggae Jam has managed to seamlessly pull off for twenty years now in a row and cool in a way to have a cult following of festival goers who make the yearly pilgrimage to this tiny little town, almost in the middle of nowhere. The 20th anniversary of Reggae Jam in picturesque Bersenbrück went off last weekend with very few glitches
A Conversation with the lyrical Jamaican Music Artist, Royal Blu
Sean-Michael Francis, more popularly known as Royal Blu (Formally known as Blukid), is a new face on the Jamaican music scene. His style and lyrical delivery is taking Jamaica. As an artiste, Blu has ventured in many styles of music. He began his journey with hardcore lyrics which reflected the culture of Jamaican dancehall at that time. However, now his philosophy on life has changed and he has developed a more conscious and realistic approach to his music. His music today is a fusion of different musical influences and sounds. Here is our conversation with Royal Blu.
Conversation with Italian reggae, Train to Roots
The Sardinian band, Train to Roots, is one of the most respected Italian reggae bands and has recorded 4 albums since their debut in 2004. Here is our conversation with Train to Roots.
Review: Groovin' On A Sunday Afternoon - Marcia Griffiths and Friends, Chronixx and Beres Hammond
‘Groovin' in the Park’ formerly Reggae Rhythm and Blues, made a statement seeking to replace Irie Jamboree, the largest music/reggae music festival held at Roy Wilkins Park in New York City. Weather-wise the 4th staging of ‘Groovin' in the Park’ was perfect day. Groovin’ featured an impressive array of talent, taken from superb blend of Jamaican music history. It was the best of the past and present with main attraction Australian pop duo Air Supply. ‘Groovin' near capacity crowd was treated to a memorable family event of entertainment.
Tessanne “Count on My Love” Low CD sales, is it too early to Panic?
The enthusiastic euphoria surrounding Tessanne Chin success as season five winner of the “Voice” seems have lost its momentum. As the headline “Tessanne Chin’s “Count on My Love” Album Pacing to Flop” appeared as the official report of her debut album sales, in Herdline Report, many are wondering what happen. The initial CD sales are disappointing to say the least. Count On My Love sold 6623 copies in its first week of release, with 4986 copies sold digital to place the album at No. 20 on the Billboard digital chart.