New Reggae Releases
Wednesday 5th December 2018 | Deidre
- Toast - Koffee
In the first single of her upcoming EP Rapture, the 18-year-old rising star expresses her gratitude to God and the people who have helped her achieve all that she has at her young age.
- Trouble – Jah Cure and Spragga Benz
The two seasoned musicians bring together their distinct styles and sounds to warn against the consequences of crime and notoriety.
- Streets Locked – Lutan Fyah
In his latest release, ‘Streets Locked’ produced by Imperial Movements Entertainment, the Rastafarian showcases his tougher side.
- Top Gyaliss – I-Octane
Taking his turn on the Wild Life Riddim, I-Octane delivers another great dancehall tune that’s set to make its rounds in dances across Jamaica.
- Trending Gyal – Shenseea
Produced by Romeich Enterntainment and Slyda Di Wizard, Shenseea’s latest release is an anthem for thriving independent ladies.
- Use Me – Shaggy
If there’s a formula for longevity, Shaggy certainly has it. ‘Use Me’, in which the reggae icon vocalises his desire to be there for his lady, is the first single of Shaggy’s upcoming album set to be released in 2019.
- Point of View – Jo Mersa Marley feat. Damian Marley
Damian Marley teams up with his nephew Jo Mersa Marley to denounce the mistreatment of women by men and promote their safety.
- Black Hypocrisy - Spice
Everything surrounding this single has been controversial. From the drastic lightening of Spice’s skin in the lead up to its release to the highly critical lyrics highlighting colourism.
- Guess Who – Tarrus Riley Feat. Mykal Rose
A modern take on Black Uhuru’s Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner released back in 1979. Original Black Uhuru member Mykal Rose features on the single, merging his classic roots style with Tarrus Riley’s contemporary reggae vibe.
- Jungle – Zuggu Dan
Together with Irie Yute Records, Zuggu Dan released his first single ‘Jungle’, a song about navigating the symbolic concrete jungle.
- Relevant – Tommy Lee Sparta
Tommy Lee Sparta declares his relevancy in the industry, insisting that he and his gothic style of dancehall is still the ‘talk of the town’.
- For You – Jaz Elise
New artist Jaz Elise delivers a vibrant and upbeat single in which she vocalises her unfaltering love and appreciation.