• Stephen Marley + Capleton + Sizzla = Rock Stone!

    Ritorno in grande stile per Stephen Marley. Rock Stone è la big combo con Capleton e Sizzla che precede l’uscita di Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life, il nuovo lavoro di Mr Marley. Rock Stone inizia con Stephen che cita alcuni versi dell’immortale Talkin Blues di Marley padre. In cinque minuti si passa dal reggae al ragga di Capleton e Sizzla, per terminare in un esposivo finale dubstep. Rock Stone emoziona e fan ben sperare per il suo nuovo album, vi linkiamo il videoclip della song sul canale ufficiale di Stephen Marley. Listen!



    Rock Stone (lyrics)

    (Verse 1)

    Rock stone was my builder couldn’t find place fi sleep

    Pop dem head wi haffi find food fi eat

    Everyday wi terrorize by soldier and police

    When the thing dem a drum and thing dem a beat

    From dem a play cow boy, and Indian, and Chief

    From the first, to the third, straight up to seven street

    One thing in a wi mind a fi jump wid the beat

    And meck it in a life, and inherit, and delete


    Better the stone dem deh yah

    Self employ, cannot get lay off

    Mount a work mi have cant even get a day off

    Who did waan fi stop mi now dem find out seh dem way off

    Alright and mi seh one by one, one by one

    One by one wi stepping out a babylon


    Then one by one, one by one

    Hail King Selassie High the cankering lion


    (Listen Chorus)


    (Verse 2)

    Help us now

    Take us from the slum

    Never keep a bottle while strictly fire burn

    Tare us down, take us from the slum

    Never keep on matter while king Selassie High blessing come

    Sufferation is thing could be no harder time

    Got to wise in your views caw they broader your mind

    Watch the voice in the ghetto now where else can you find

    Hunger, Poverty, a teach dem so unkind

    As a matter a fact, there is a after shock

    When the ground was my bed and my pillow was a rock

    Try to make it through the system all the doors were lock

    Yea nothing beat a…..so I ain’t go stop

    Mount a time they write a book on yo

    Or set another crock they would a put on yuh

    Yet when yuh in to dept they wouldn’t look on yuh

    They would only stand and wanna wipe the foot on yuh


    Mi nah lie, true mi hail King Selassie High dem waan fi war I

    Read mi bible through the week and praise the fari

    Good bye babylon good bye, good bye

    Open door, zion door

    Mount zion Ethiopia for sure

    Children of Israel, children of Israel

  • Stephen Marley - Ghetto Boy ft. Bounty Killer, Cobra (Official Video)

    The OFFICIAL video for Stephen "Ragga" Marley's new track "Ghetto Boy" featuring Jamaican dancehall stars Bounty Killer and Cobra. Directed by Shaun Escayg and shot in Jamaica, Stephen's message aims to #BreakTheCycle and address gun violence with today's youth. "GHETTO BOY" will be featured on Stephen's upcoming album Revelation Part II: The Fruit Of Life, due later this year on his label Ghetto Youths International. 

    Stephen Marley - Ghetto Boy ft. Bounty Killer, Cobra  (Official Video)

    NOW available now on iTunes: http://apple.co/1Kl8M1c

  • Stephen "Ragga" Marley - Ghetto Boy Feat. Bounty Killer & Cobra (2015)

    Stephen "Ragga" MarleyDrops New Track "Ghetto Boy" feat. Bounty Killer & Cobra.Single will be available on iTunes on May 26, 2015. #BreakTheCycle


    Stephen "Ragga" Marley - Ghetto Boy Feat. Bounty Killer & Cobra (2015)

    Released by:
    Ghetto Youths International
    Release date:
    23 May 2015


  • Steel Pulse's "Handsworth Revolution": Making Of. Mercy Far I interviews Pete King.

    Pete King,Executive Producer and first ever manager of the Steel Pulseis interviewed by Mercy Far I(from Cool Runnings) in honour of the first 40 years of the british band and of their first legendary album. It includes music from Barry Ace, Ras Ibuna, Clash and of course Steel Pulse.







  • Steel Pulse - Put Your Hoodies On [4 Trayvon] (3rd Anniversary Edition) (Official Video)

    Steel Pulse originally released this track and music video on the second anniversary of the death of Trayvon Martin, which occurred on February 26, 2012, in Sanford, FL. This is an updated version released to mark the third anniversary of his slaying. Gone, but not forgotten.

    This song marks the first official contribution to a Steel Pulse studio track by Baruch Hinds, son of Steel Pulse lead singer David Hinds. Shot on location at the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, and in Sanford, Florida.


    Directed by Yonathan Gal // Cinematographer: Trishul Thejasvi // Editor: Rory Gordon // 1st AC: Raul Rivero // Camera Assistants: David Revenkov & Brandon Gordon

    Special Thanks to Amlak Tafari and Dr. Dread.


  • Steel Pulse - Hands Up - I Can't Breathe - NEW ROOTS SONG!

    Steel Pulse - Hands Up - I Can't Breathe - Brand New roots song! Listen now!



  • Steady (2014)

    Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, the boundary-pushing and relentlessly-touring reggae band from Rochester, NY...

  • Stand Strong Riddim (Millbeatz 2015)

    "Unity Is strength and we need to work closer and build strength with each other" was the direct words from super producer David "Millbeatz" Millien. He believes the music industry needs to be strengthen and we need to have loads of unity especially amongst our artist, producers & dj's more in the year 2015. He also states we need to live by the words of his country's National Motto "Together we aspire, Together we achieve". The Millbeatz studio encourages all to "Stand Strong". This Riddim is an example of some of Trinidad's most Talented artist coming together...check it out!

  • Sr Wilson torna al Rub-a-dub

    L'incontro tra Sr Wilson e il produttore Genis “Reggaeland” Trani dà vita ad un mixtape dal forte sapore rub-a-dub. Le 16 tracce,  registrate e prodotte tutte da Genis nel suo studio di Barcellona, sono una selezione di coinvolgenti ritmi giamaicani degli anni ’70 e ’80 , da King Tubby a Scientist, da King Jammy a Bunny Lee. Il risultato finale è convincente e coinvolgente. Sentiremo parlare a lungo di Sr Wilson...listen!



  • Specialist presents Alborosie & Friends (2014)

    Specialist presents Alborosie & Friends è una doppia raccolta di 24 combination che Pupa Albo ha realizzato...

  • Sono tornati i BoomDaBash!

    L'importante è il nuovo singolo dei BoomDaBash, cover degli Otto Ohm che la band salentina,  rivisitandola con il suo stile inconfondibile, ha reso un successo musicale dell’estate 2014, attestato anche dalle oltre 500.000 visite su YouTube del videoclip ufficiale del brano. Ma la band non smentisce solo le aspettative dei suoi numerosissimi fan: l’ascolto in anteprima de L’Importante, in occasione dell’intervista ai BoomDaBash, prossimamente su reggae.today, aveva già fatto intuire il successo di questa cover, nata dalla collaborazione con la formazione romana degli Otto Ohm che i Boom Da Bash stimano molto, sia umanamente che musicalmente, come hanno dichiarato ai nostri microfoni, anticipandoci anche qualche notizia sul prossimo album a cui stanno lavorando in studio. In attesa di un altro sicuro best seller della band salentina, godiamoci il videoclip!

  • SOJA - Shadow | #OutOfSchool | UNICEF

    How many children do not have access to an education? Nearly 58 million children of primary school age and 63 million young adolescents are not enrolled in school.

    Reggae band SOJA partnered with UNICEF's Out-of-School Children initiative to produce this video in Jigjiga, in the Somali region of Ethiopia. 3 million children remain out of school in the East African nation.

    The global initiative calls for a greater investment in better data and demonstrates that reaching the most marginalized children may initially cost more but also yields greater benefits. For more on global trends regarding out-of-school children, visit: http://www.unicef.org/education/bege_...

    To learn more about SOJA and their song "Shadow," visit their website at http://www.sojamusic.com. You can also download 'Shadow' on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/SOJAAmid_itunes

    Subscribe to UNICEF here: http://bit.ly/1ltTE3m

    The official UNICEF YouTube channel is your primary destination for the latest news updates from the frontline, documentaries, celebrity appeals, and more about our work to realize the rights of every child.

    Click here to see all of our latest trending videos: http://smarturl.it/TrendingAtUNICEF

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  • SOJA - Easier ft. J Boog & Anuhea - New Video!

    SOJA "Easier"is the brand new videoclip from SOJA featuring J Boog & Anuhea, from the new album “Amid the Noise and Haste”. Enjoy!



    Co-Directed: Adam Leeman & Jon Jon Augustavo
    Co-DP: Edward Tran & Jon Jon Augustavo


    Purchase the album on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/SOJAiTunes
    Purchase the CD/Gold Vinyl at Amazon: http://smarturl.it/SOJAAmid_AMZLP


  • Smart Riddim (Royal Order Music 2015)

    Royal Order Music presents: Smart Riddim featuring , Gappy Ranks, Marla Brown, Kelissa, Forelock and many more…check it out!

  • Skrillex feat. Damian Marley & Cham - Get Up, Stand Up

    In a day when musicians are limited by a multitude of categorizations, Damian Marley reminds us that music isn’t really as confined to genres as we perceive. As is evident by his father’s 1977 album with The Wailers, ‘Exodus’ affirms that reggae music had elements of electronica decades before the term became ubiquitous. Similarly, both dubstep and dub before it have reggae influences showing us that one generation’s artists inevitably feeds into another generation’s music. Carrying on his family’s legacy, Damian Marley performs a cover of his father’s 1973 protest song with Peter Tosh and The Wailers, “Get Up, Stand Up.”




  • Skip Marley - Cry to Me (Tuff Gong International 2015)

    “Music is freedom for me," says Skip Marley, the grand-nephew of Marcia Griffiths, and the grandson of Bob and Rita Marley. "I want people to just feel the music and let it be anything they want to make of it.” He wrote and arranged his debut single on Tuff Gong International, which was co-produced with Paul Fakhourie, who has worked with the likes of Lauryn Hill, Stephen Marley, Damian Marley and Nas. “Cry to Me’ is a message for this girl I know, well really a message for everybody who seems to focus on their insecurities… I’m just saying it’s cool to be who you are. Don’t let society deceive you and make you believe you’re not enough.”(boomshot.com)



    Tuff Gong International 2015

  • SIZZLA KALONJI VIDEO - Interview with Sizzla Kalonji

    SIZZLA KALONJI VIDEO - Interview with Sizzla Kalonji - Reggae.Today
    Reggae.Today talks with Sizzla Kalonji in Rome, during his last "Nuh Worry Unu Self European Tour 2014". Check it out!


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    All rights reserved.

  • Sizzla - Think Positive (Banx & Ranx 2015)

    Special Delivery Music presents this brand new tune by Sizzla! "Think Positive" is produced by Banx & Ranx...enjoy it and think positive!


    Sizzla - Think Positive (Prod. By Banx & Ranx)


  • Sizzla - Children Of The World (EP 2015)

    Renowned for his strong views and opinions, Grammy nominated international reggae star Sizzla softer side resides in his fierce crusade of children. The outspoken recording star recently stated while on stage performing "We gotta protect the children some more. Too much rapist and child molester deh a road,". Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, and produced by I Strong Records, his latest EP "Children Of The World" features the singles "Speech", "Repatriation", "Children Of The World", "Fashion & Style", "Child of the World (Acoustic)" and "Youth Nowadays" featuring Kappo Isrel and is now available on itunes. #iTunes @istrongtemple

  • Sizzla - "I'm Living" [Official Video 2015] - BRAND NEW!

    'I'm Living' is the stunning first single from the Sizzla album 'Born A King', produced by Mista Savona. With its soulful and uplifting lyrics, Sizzla delivers a bonafide roots reggae anthem that reflects goodwill towards all humankind, as well as being a passionate call for social justice globally.

    Sizzla's "I'm Living", Pincher's "Guide Me Oh Jah" and the acoustic mix of "I'm Living" are now available on vinyl. More versions on this riddim (including Burro Banton, Cornel Campbell, Prince Alla & Ilements) and remixes from Stickybuds, Gaudi, Ed Solo, B.R.E.E.D, Mista Savona, 3rdeye & more are available here:

    "I'm Living" (The Versions & Remixes EP):

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    Mista Savona: http://mistasavona.com/ (click on 'Store' or 'Music Room' - WAV formats)

    FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/mistasavona
    MYSPACE: http://www.myspace.com/mistasavona




    "Emperor Selassie I, Jah

    I'm living, for the sick and the poor
    The hungry and the shelterless, sleeping on the floor
    I'm giving, all I've got and more
    I know Jah will bless me and open up the doors
    I'm living, for the young and the old
    The blind and the deaf, and the dumb ones you know
    I'm giving, Jah Jah love, to all of the
    Beautiful people of the world

    Governments coming with the same damn thing,
    Million year, trillion years, 'aint doing one thing
    Children, listen when the Rastaman sing -
    No matter the destruction, gwaan praise the King
    Warn them and tell them there is right over wrong
    Mr President , why is it you make the bombs?
    Everyday is weapons of mass destruction
    Seems like they got no love for anyone

    I'm living, for the sick and the poor
    The hungry and the shelterless, sleeping on the floor
    I'm giving, what I've got and more
    'Cause I know the Most High will bless me for sure
    I'm living, for the young and the old
    The blind and the deaf, and the dumb ones you know
    I'm giving, Jah Jah love, to all those
    Beautiful people of the world

    Don't you worry all my people,
    Cause Rasta never leave you
    Babylon try to deceive you
    Africa with open arms will receive you
    Although, the sufferation hard, well listen -
    We're doing it for a cause
    Sometime though I've no food in the yard
    Journey me haffi step towards

    I'm living, I'm living
    I'm giving, whoa whoa oh whoa oh ay ay

    Seems no one care for them
    But Jah is there for them
    And I'm here for them
    Jah love I declare for them
    Stretch a helping hand to the youth
    You can only lead them with the truth
    Don't you hear them crying?
    Don't you see them dying?

    I'm living, for the sick and the poor
    The hungry and the shelterless, sleeping on the floor
    I'm giving, all I've got and more
    I know Jah will bless me and open up the doors
    I'm living, for the young and the old
    The blind and the deaf, and the dumb ones you know
    I'm giving all I've got and more.
    Most High will open up the doors

    Hey, yeh Savona, Kalonji
    It's beautiful
    Taking it to the world, whoa
    Jah is always there..."