SPARK-ENT SEPT 26, 2012


Google Play and Reggae Icons Inner Circle Collaborates and Bring You the First Ever Free Reggae and Dancehall Sampler Featurng Various Reggae Leader

Wondering what Jamaican music sounds like in 2012? Look no further than Google Play’s Fall Reggae Sampler, a comprehensive overview of reggae and dancehall music by some of the world’s top artists. We start with modern one-drop reggae, the present-day sonic successor to Bob Marley’s ’70s roots style, represented with authority by the gruff-chanting DJ Capleton’s “Weh Dem A Try,” from the Blessings single-rhythm (or “riddim”) compilation…

Dub and dubstep aficionados are not ignored, either. Prince Polo delivers delicious echoes on “It’s the Dub,” while Noah D and veterans Inner Circle drop weighty, club-friendly bass tones. The latter’s “Drum Song,” taken from the new reggae-meets-dubstep project Dub Planet-X isInner Circle’s tribute to the Studio One innovator Jackie Mittoo and brings everything full circle—from reggae’s 1960s origins right to the future.

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BEHIND THE SCENES OF Siddung – KONSHENS, DARRIO (WASHROOM Entertainment)

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Artistes: Bridgez ft. Big Wayne

Song: Take Your Time

[Freezing Point Riddim]

Release Date: September 2012

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Artiste Name : Future Fambo
Song Title : She call me daddy(Official Music Video)
Producer : Washroom ENT.
Riddim Name : Poolside Riddim

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HASHING IN JAMAICA (PORT ROYAL)

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