Reggae Category

Growing up in war-torn Sri Lanka motivated Franklin Fernando to go to battle. But instead of taking up arms, he armed himself with a Fender Stratocaster. After relocating to Canada, Franklin branded himself as RasTamil – combining ‘Ras’ (Rastafarian) and ‘Tamils’ (Sri Lanka’s minority people) – and began making music that reflects the hope of cultures around the world coming together. In an effort to work with the best in the Reggae industry, RasTamil reached out to Bobby Digital, initially requesting that he mix a song for him, but toRead More
QUEEN IFRICA WILL RELEASE HER THIRD STUDIO ALBUM  CLIMB IN 2017 ON VP RECORDS Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley Featured on Opening Track    The Reggae Songstress Will Showcase New Album in NYC on Nov 16   The Jamaican award-winning singer, songwriter and social activist Queen Ifrica returns with her new studio album Climb in January 2017 on VP Records.  The lyrical crusader calls for global change on the album and rallies comrades like Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley on the opening hip-hop tinged track “Truvosation.”   She touches on key social issuesRead More
WORLD PREMIERE – OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO TAJ WEEKES & ADOWA LET YOUR VOICE BE AS LOUD AS YOUR SILENCE     Roots reggae group Taj Weekes & Adowa is proud to announce the premiere of their second music video, “Let your voice be as loud as your silence” from their 5th album, “Love, Herb & Reggae.”  As a poet and a humanitarian, Weekes has always catered his music to the struggle of mankind against oppression.  The song, which is the first on the album, is an argument against passivity and aRead More
Reggae and Dancehall Rising Star Rob Diesel Releases “Ocean View”   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (MPR Consulting) – For rising recording artist Rob Diesel, the latter part of 2016 has been nothing but affirmative as the Rasta in America has seen the release of breakthrough single and video “My Love” received to positive feedback from music industry and rave reviews from his growing fans.   Rob Diesel’s whose motto states “Bringing life to music with party vibes and positivity ” has followed up with yet another hit bound track with “Ocean View”. The dancehall singleRead More
Kingston, JA: Some of biggest stars in the reggae industry including singer Beres Hammond, Capleton, Chronixx, Etana, Nadine Sutherland, Ibamar, Lloyd Parks and Queens Ifrica were in attendance at a private reception on Heroes Day, at the Pavilion at Hope Gardens in Kingston, Jamaica to honor VP Records’ executive Christopher ‘Chris’ Chin. Earlier that morning, Chin was the recipient of the Order of Distinction in the rank of Commander (CD) from the government of Jamaica for outstanding work in the music industry both locally and internationally.   Chris has accomplishedRead More
John Q Arrives in Jamaica to Shoot two Music Videos   John Q whose given name is John Kwesi Quansah visited Jamaica to shoot two music videos for his latest Reggae Singles Born Alone and Give me Your Love ahead of his debut album which is anticipated to be released by year end. “It’s a pleasure to be back in Jamaica to mark this significant milestone. Reggae is in my blood, and Jamaica is the home of Reggae so it is a seamless match to be able to shoot myRead More
Anthony Malvo was born on January 4th in Kingston, Jamaica.  He began his singing career in the early 1980s in Kingston on the Legendary “Black Star Sound System.”  Malvo later moved on to perform and record with the “King Jimmy’s Recording Studio.”   Anthony Malvo featuring Tiger recorded his first number one hit single entitled, “Come Back to Me” on the Winston Riley label, Techniques. Malvo continued with numerous hit songs like “Can You Stop the Rain,” “Ready or Not,”  “Sensi” featuring Josie Wales, “Greatest Gal Lover,” and “Jump and SpreadRead More