On "The Homeland" Morgan Heritage builds a bridge between Africa and Jamaica and creates new combinations to sign one of the most impressive castings of contemporary modern music. Legends of today meet the legends of tomorrow! Venturing outside of Reggae for the first time in their career, Morgan Heritage and their guests offer a unique Afro fusion from the homeland.
The Naya Rockers are back with a remaster of their much-loved 2014 studio album, Naya Sound System. It features plenty of good vibes, irresistible riddims, and star collaborations across its nine tracks featuring: Kiddus I, Mikey General, Frankie Paul, Big Youth, Errol Dunkley, Johnny Clarke and a dub remix by Mad Professor
Dig This Way Records has captured this unique sound on "Best of Jicco Funk Volume 1", a door to a world of music that is high grade in quality, diverse, and open to interpretation even if the selected tracks are all from the same record label. One's questions might include: When did they start? Why did they start? Who was behind it? Where did the artists come from? Listen and learn...
This new reggae-dub album, the result of ten years of writing, composition and production, the Scottish MC blends the studio recordings of her musicians, The StoneMonks, with digital productions from various composers. From this multitude of musicians and producers, an original sound is born at the crossroads of reggae, dub and jazz, even sometimes pop. Get ready for a unique musical journey in search of all that is good in this world with"Good", the long awaited new album from Soom T aka the “The Raggamuffin Queen”!
Veterans and Young Lions of Reggae unite on the Generation Gap Riddim, mixed by six-time Grammy award winning engineer, James Bonsai Caruso. This era-spanning project features some of Jamaica’s greatest musicians, with vocal cuts by veterans Mutabaruka and Lutan Fyah, as well as emerging talents Imeru Tafari and Autarchii.