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  1. Sweet You, Sour You by Freddie McKay

    United Reggae premieres Sweet You, Sour You from Freddie McKay’s soon to be reissued Picture on the Wall.

  2. Jah Sun - Between the Lines

    Jah Sun speaks from his heart on new album.

  3. Wise & Wild by Patois Brothers

    Patois Brothers from Italy found their sound in the UK.

  4. Presenting Kingston All-Stars

    Canadian producer Mossman present Kingston All-Stars on new album.

  5. Fought For Dis by Sizzla

    Sizzla teams up with Anthony Senior on new album.

  6. Reality Chant - Love Vs War EP

    Cornel Campbell sings on new rhythms from Reality Chant.

  7. Hot Like Lava by Leo Samson and Shumba Youth

    The new EP from Reggae Roast.

  8. Inner Circle 50th Anniversary

    The Bad Boys of Reggae will celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2018.

  9. Majestic Melodies by Addis Pablo

    Majestic melodies on new Addis Pablo mixtape.

  10. Black People by Emmanuel Anebsa

    Anebsa recently released a new EP recorded at Tuff Gong studios.

  11. Rodigan, My Life in Reggae

    The british reggae selector just published a book about his journey.

  12. Courtney John Upcoming Album

    Courtney John set to drop new album.

  13. Rebel Frequency by Nattali Rize

    Nattali Rize turns on the rebel frequency on debut album.

  14. King Tubby's Meets Rockers Uptown Reissue

    Help Augustus Pablo's children to reissue the genre-defining King Tubby's Meets Rockers Uptown album.

  15. Vybz Kartel in Growing Demand

    Since he was sentenced, there has been increased demand for Vybz Kartel's music and book.

  16. Jah9, Chronixx and Mad Professor Remixes

    Jah9 drops remix single and teams with Mad Professor for new dub album.

  17. R.I.P. Edi Fitzroy

    Edi Fitzroy passed away yesterday at hospital.

  18. My Enemies Riddim

    Conquering Records samples Yabby You on new riddim.

  19. My Roots Girl Riddim

    Cornel Campbell and U-Roy on new rocksteady riddim.

  20. Straight to Hell by Horace Andy and Big Youth

    Horace Andy and Big Youth cover The Clash.