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Entries in Reggae (13)


Gangster In The Morning by FuzzyLogicBaby

When Punk meets Grime then smokes a joint with Reggae. A typical London high before going for a cheeky Nandos.

Gangster In The Morning


Jah Is My Herb by AndyMan

This Is For All The REGGAE LOVERS !!!!!

Jah Is My Herb by AndyMan


You'll Never Win by Arrest My Sister

Arrest My Sister takes live music to new frontiers with its bold and eclectic mix of music styles. Based in Los Angeles, CA, the band revives classic sound and spins it with a modern twist, blending a melting pot of legendary influences from fifty years of rock and roll with today’s flavor and the beat of the “kick.”

You'll Never Win by Arrest My Sister


End of Another Day by The Driftwood Sailors

The Driftwood Sailors are a “Swag Rock” band that play what can best be described as music with an old soul and new groove. End of Another Day mixes elements of folk and pop rock with a laid back approach. Check out for more info and a free demo. Enjoy!

End of Another Day by The Driftwood Sailors


Mariah Carey's Christmas Hit in Reggae

10,000+ YouTube views and counting indicate that fans like Michelle Gordon’s reggae remake of Mariah Carey’s popular hit All I Want For Christmas Is You as much as the original. The unexpected response has prompted Michelle Gordon and Epistar Productions to make the song available on iTunes.

All I Want For Christmas by Michelle Gordon


Back and Forth Thing by Traum Diggs

Diggs’ straight forward, crystal clear delivery is a throwback to when hip-hop was more authentic but is still relevant to today’s landscape. When you listen to a Traum Diggs song you get humor, pain, social commentary and real raw lyricism all wrapped up in one package. “I’m an autobiographical emcee,” says Diggs. “My raps are my life.”

Back and Forth Thing by Traum Diggs


Games by Jamie Kent and the Options

A fresh, young 23-year-old singer-songwriter with big dreams and an ever-expanding fanbase, local artist Jamie Kent’s future as a performer looks quite promising. Drawing on influences from modern artists like Jack Johnson and Jamie Cullum, as well as paying tribute to classic greats Johnny Cash and Frank Sinatra, Kent’s perfectly mellifluous tunes are roll-the-windows-down, soak-up-some-sun kind of good.

Games by Jamie Kent and the Options


Blue Light by Indofin

Indofin, together since 2002, is a skapunkreggae powertrio from Austin TX. From these very modest beginnings and years spent at what seemed like futile efforts, Indofin has certainly come a long way, becoming one of the defining bands of the central Texas scene.

Blue Light


Look At All These Girls by Nando

Imagine if you could fuse Neyo, Kevin Lyttle, & Sanchez into one – well the result should not be very far from Nando. Nando is a singer /songwriter who is equally adept at gliding over mellow one-drop reggae grooves, riding uptempo dancehall and soca riddims, or belting out pop and R&B tunes with a comfort that belies his Jamaican roots. While the majority of his catalogue either address male-female relationships or are meant to make you dance, Nando is not afraid to tackle social issues such as racism or single-parenthood, which he does with aplomb on tracks such as Overcome (Grey Version) and Get Better.

Look At All These Girls


Ella by David Sasscer

Ella- David Sasscer

Dave is a New York City based singer songwriter. He was raised in Puerto Rico and currently performs his mesmerizing version of polyglot Spanish and English rock and reggae songs in clubs around New York City. He has just released his new album of Spanish Rock songs called “Cuentos de la Porta Del Sol (Capitulo Uno); available on iTunes and other online outlets.


War Cry by Taína Asili y La Banda Rebelde

War Cry- Taína Asili y La Banda Rebelde

Taina Asili sings the spirit of social change using soulful vocals laid over a unique fusion of Afro-Caribbean, reggae, rock, and hip hop sounds. The band’s eclectic style represents the diversity of its band members, who have origins in Puerto Rico, Sicily, Greece, Brazil, Ghana and Spain. Taina has shared the stage with artist such as Ursula Rucker, Sonia Sanchez, Pamela Means, Talib Kweli, and Tyrone Hill of the Sun Ra Arkestra.


Icebreaker by Trishna Amin

Icebreaker- Trishna Amin

This is the part where Trishna spills her life story! Nah just playin, but really, it all started when she was 7, when she started singing and performing. The first song she technically ever sang was “Day-Oh (The Banana Boat Song)” by Harry Belafonte when she was 2, but no one wants to count their first step towards stardom in diapers and a plastic guitar. Since her childhood, singing songs and expressing herself on stage was Trishna’s way of “writing in a journal and telling stories and parts of myself in every song I sang”. She also started writing poems and songs at a very young age, weaving her thoughts into stories that could one day be put to melodies. She has branched out since then, performing in front of many different crowds. “From the beginning I have been inspired by a range of genres and challenged myself to learn innovative and new styles of singing.” Now Trishna sings all types of music, from hip-hop and pop to classical and modern Hindi music to rock, R&B and the list goes on. She has been trained in Western classical and Hindustani classical music. Trishna can also speak English, Spanish,Hindi, and Tulu, and she can sing in those languages, as well as German, Italian, and Irish.


You're Great by The Roast Beef Curtains

You’re Great by The Roast Beef Curtains

Inspired by tight reggae rhythm sections & thrashing punk bands, Three Hofstra University graduates birthed The Roast Beef Curtains. Taking a DIY approach, Andrew, John, & Mike evolved The RBC into the best live reggae, dub, & punk experience on Long Island.