Like I See It – Jah Cure Feat. Rick Ross & Mavado

Some new Fiya from Jah Cure, the James Beard produced Like I See It featuring Rick Ross & Mavado, this will appear on Jah Cure’s upcoming album World Cry.

Like I See It – Jah Cure Feat. Rick Ross & Mavado

Gregory Isaacs R.I.P.

Reggae music lost a true legend today when Gregory Isaacs passed away at his home in London from lung cancer at the age of 59.

Pritti Di General – Street Life (Directed by Nick Black)


Pritti Boy been doing his thing for a grip and has been on an international grind for sometime now. Dude has performed both in the States and Jamaica and has recorded videos in both countries. His newest video is directed and shot by our brother Nicholas Black and edited by Omari O’neal. Shit is dope, NUFF SAID. Look for cameo’s from Baige O’bannon, Yipp Fam, Flava 105.5’s very own DJ Jack Frost, and the brothers at Little New York.

007 Shanty Town – Desmond Dekker & The Aces

 

Man this is a classic record right here, 007 Shanty Town by Desmond Dekker & The Aces.  This is some serious old school reggae right here from 1967, the song later appeared in the 1972 film The Harder They Come starring fellow reggae icon Jimmy Cliff.  By the way, I’ll be in Negril Jamaica this time tomorrow, catch ya’ll in a week, Peace!007 Shanty Town – Desmond Dekker & The Aces

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Khaki Suit – Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley feat. Bounty Killer & Barrington Levy

Damian Marley and Nas headlined Rock The Bells  this summer, they also  premiered a few tracks from their upcoming Distant Relatives collaborative effort dropping later this summer.  While I’m sure everyone is excited for the new album, I’m going to take ya’ll back to 2005 when Jr. Gong released his third album Welcome to Jamrock.  Damian recruited a couple dancehall legends (Barrington Levy & Bounty Killer) to help him rock the song Khaki Suit.

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John Crow – Jimmy Cliff

       I’ve always been a big Jimmy Cliff fan, with that said cinemax has been showing the classic 1990 Segal film “Marked for Death” quite a bit lately and each time I catch it, I damn sure watch it.  Anyway in the scene where Segal is at the club in Kingston, Jimmy Cliff is performing the song “John Crow” enjoy the classic below. 

Hey Baby – Stephen Marley feat. Mos Def

Stephen Marley released Mind Control in 2007, it featured the single “The Traffic Jam” alongside his brother Damian (Jr. Gong) Marley.  Another bright spot on the album is “Hey Baby” which features the mighty Mos Def.