Peter Tosh – 400 Years (1979 Live)

Return of the JEDI in this bitch, first off i want to big up my family  HHTT, without fam we aint shit, we all we got. HHTT to me is more than an internet magazine its a place where i can find myself. At times we go through life’s spells and feel how can one recover? HHTT makes me recover. Once again i been in my pops stash and brought you another gem,  this one is from the legendary Peter Tosh -(who my pops made sure to always put above Bob, he loved Marley too but Tosh was his nigga b) 400 Years. Peter Tosh – 400 Years

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.

This Is The Way (Video) – Spragga Benz

Dope new video from Top Shotta Spraga Benz for This Is The Way where he recruits a bunch of honey dips for a pool party, off of his upcoming album Shotta Culture.

Cry To Me – Bob Marley & The Wailers

In honor of the passing of the great Bob Marley yesterday, who’s music is just as important today as it was then.

Robert Nesta Marley  (Feb. 6, 1945 – May 11, 1981)

Cry To Me – Bob Marley & The Wailers

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

Urban Fire Radio 91.3 WCUW

urban fire

For the best reggae and dancehall music, it don’t get no better than this! Peace to my brothers Tone and Kool Chris who host one of the sickest shows in the city, tune in Friday nights 91.3 WCUW 8-10pm. Let me also add that right after Urban Fire is another very good show by the name of Selective Hearing, but who we kidding….you already know!

Hold The Line – Major Lazer Feat. Mr. Lexx & Santigold

“Major Lazer fought as a Jamaican commando who lost his arm in a secret zombie war in 1984.  He fights vampires and various monsters, parties hard, and has a rocket powered skateboard.”

My homeboy over @ Sullivangelism put me on to Major Lazer a couple months back.  Major Lazer (Diplo & Switch) are the same two DJ’s responsible for giving us M.I.A.’s Paper Planes a few years back, which was at the time the craziest record I’d heard in a long time.  With that said you know this shit is going to be Hot.  The duo linked up and dropped Guns Don’t Kill People…Lazers Do earlier this summer.  The album primarily a dancehall/house effort, has the duo linked up with Mr. Vegas, Ricky Blaze, Santigold, Nina Sky, Mr. Lexx, Vybz Kartel, Ms. Thing and T.O.K. (just to name a few)  Peep the video below for Hold The Line featuring Mr. Lexx & Santigold.

Hold The Line – Major Lazer feat. Mr. Lexx & Santigold

HHTT Productions: This Is The Carter

Real shit, a kid on main south looking for dope……….and he found some.