#Releases

Perkostylz' "Africa" is a prayer to the most high Jah about the way we live our lives. As if there are different Almighties for Africans and Europeans, yet, He is the only one. We are praying to the same God yet we Africans seem to be the forgotten ones.

There are endless wars, hunger and famine in Africa; Black people are being sold in Libya; There is war in Somalia and DR Congo. South Africa suffers from xenophobia against fellow black brothers and sisters. Therefore we pray. A strong musical statement by Perkostylz. 

Lyrics: Peckens Mugwenhe
Music: Zanzibar Riddim by Jugglerz

On Friday 26th of January 2018 Kingston Express Records released the “Kingston Connection In Dub” EP, dubbed by the mighty Richie Phoe (Roots Garden/Wah Wah 45s). Available on iTunes, Amazon, Bandcamp, Deezer and Spotify, and with plans to release a 12” vinyl of the “Kingston Connection In Dub” EP during 2018.  

In Spring 2017 Kingston Express Records released the critically acclaimed “Kingston Connection” EP which included the hit song “Lyrical Chef” and featured giants such as Horace Andy, Macka B, Johnny Clarke, Horseman, Solo Banton, Cheshire Cat, Ital Horns, Robert Dallas and Earl 16.

One of Lucky Dube's signature songs from the album "Trinity" (1995)            

From where I stand, I can see the World getting smaller and smaller...

And there'll be no place for people like you Georgie, who still live in the past.

The highly anticipated debut single 'A Man Needs a Maid' featuring singer Jimmy Reid is here. ‘A Man A Needs a Maid’ is the first single release off the upcoming album, ‘Ganja Harvest’ from Reggaddiction. ‘A Man Needs a Maid” is currently available for listening on Youtube. Release for purchasing, downloads, and streaming on Amazon, iTunes, Tidal, Spotify and all other digital outlets is expected for February 2018.

‘A Man Needs a Maid’ from the upcoming “Ganja Harvest” album re-interprets Neil Youngs folk driven song. This reggae/dub single invokes a traditional bass, guitar and drum reggae riddim while providing a rich and familiar organ bubble and piano chop known to all reggae lovers. When asked about how the Neil Young reggae concept album got started, Producer Mr.

Max RubaDub, better known as „The Remix Junkie“ has released his personal milestone. After years of remixing for labels and artists from all over the world, he finally found time to sit down and work on his producer-album. 

Featuring voices like Luciano, Gappy Ranks, Voicemail or Lutan Fyah this LP brings along a high musical diversity. On 16 tracks Max mixes all the different colours which Jamaican Bass music has to offer, whether it is #RubADub, #HipHop, #Steppers, #Dancehall or #OneDrop, Max dedicates his debut-album to the love of music. | 

REVIEW | Sly & Robbie meet Dubmatix | "Overdubbed" |  In Reggae, all roads lead to the “Riddim Twins”, Sly & Robbie. Now, Sly & Robbie meet Dubmatix. The Canadian producer and multi-instrumentalist got his hands on original Sly & Robbie tracks and spent months crafting this new album, "Overdubbed". 

The opening track ‘Dictionary’ spells out the terms for this album. MASSIVE bass is taking away your breath. “Are You Ready?” is the rhetorical question. Yes, we are!