Brand New Reggae and Dancehall Tunes
Hey, how are u doing? Wanna share some new great Reggae and Dancehall tunes that were released lately. Check out below.
Brand new reggae and dancehall
Like i mentioned in my previous article; New Reggae Music and Songs, Want to Feel irie?, Jah Sun released his album New Paradigm on January 16th 2015. Here is the brand new title song from the album called “New Paradigm”.
Jah Sun – New Paradigm
Based in California reggae artist Jah Sun did this production together with the record label House of Riddim based in Austria.
Soké – Empire
Soke is an artist, producer and dj. Does song writing, engineering and vocal production. Soke is canadian, coming from Montreal. Together with KNY Factory he forms Banx and Ranx. Under this label they produce a fine blend of EDM, Reggae, Dancehall and Raggamuffin. The song Empire by Soké is recorded on The Empire Riddim by Riddim Wise, which is available at www.RIDDIMIFY.com.
The song Empire also has a great EDM remix version by Banx & Ranx. I love this version personally;
When you go to the facebookpage of Banx and Ranx you can download all remixes for free. Its worth checking out. I love the remixes they did on Bob Marley, Sean Paul and Konshens.
Krishane – Drunk and Incapable (Shy FX Remix)
Maybe you still now the name Shy FX from the early days. I spinned the record “Original Nuttah” so many times back in the days (90’s). It was a combination of drum, bass, jungle and raggamuffin. Shy FX made this remix of the song from Krishane – Drunk and Incapable. Check it out and also make sure you check out the other versions with Melissa Steel and Beenie Man.
General Degree – Feeling Irie
Also a very nice song is the new released song Feeling Irie by General Degree under the label Germaica Austria. Song was produced by Max Hustle, King Jabbi and Tom Hype. Although i must admit that i hear some similarities with the Evolution Riddim by Jahnaton. Which was used by Randy Valentine and others, released more then 2 years ago. But nevertheless its a cool and irie song.
Sons of Zion – Stuck On Stupid
Another great song by Sons Of Zion from Auckland, New Zealand. With Rio Panapa doing the lead vocals together with Samuel Eriwata. Dylan Stewart on the bass, Joel Latimer at the keys and supporting vocals, Harlem McKenzie – lead guitar, Matt Sandgrove – keys and Saxaphone and Dylan Elise on the drums. Check out their facebook profile here: Sons Of Zion Facebook
Samu – They Gon’Watch Remix feat. Kool John
Some great Polynesian reggae (bit of lagu reggae style) by Samu with this song called “They Gon’ Watch”. Featuring Kool John
New Kingston – Can’t Stop a Man
New Kingston was formed in 2006 in Brooklyn by brothers Tahir Panton (Keys, Vocals), Stephen Suckarie (Guitar, Vocals) and Courtney M Panton (Drummer, Vocals), they allready released 2 albums (In the Streets, 2010 and Kingston University, 2013). This song is one from the newest album called “Kingston City”. The worked together with reggae label “Easy Star Records”. Check out this great song from the upcoming album (will be released on Jan. 27th 2015).
RC Aka Righteous Child – Won’t Tell You a Lie
Named Ryan Campbell, RC aka Righteous Child did some great work before on Penthouse Records and Silly Walks Discotheque. One of the Turf family (Busy Signal, Romain Virgo, Timeka Marshall, Exco Levi, D Major, Shuga) Check out this brand new song called “Won’t Tell You a Lie”. This one was also produced by Penthouse Records. RC is still working in the studio to complete his upcoming EP (scheduled around summer).
Elephant Man feat. Dean Fraser – Can’t Live Without
I came across this song from Elephant Man featuring Dean Fraser (The Saxophone Boss). Its refreshing and funky. The track is called “Can’t Live Without” and is produced by Keep Left Records.
Alborosie – Poser
Another song just released last week is the song by Alborosie (you know Alberto D’Ascola from Italy). Not sure how to interpret the song, but the beats are awesome. A Shengen Entertainmen Production. You can download the song for FREE.
At Riddimify they released a lot a new reggae and dancehall riddims. Intoxxicated Riddim (Troyton), Kingston 8 Riddim (Notis), Reggae Island Riddim (Razzattack), The Empire Riddim (Riddim Wise) and Full Speed Riddim (Dutty Rock) to name a few. Check out the brand new releases on their soundcloud page or official website.
Check out our new website called ReggaeBeatify.com, the place were you can search for reggae and dancehall music. Make your own playlist, download songs, embed your playlist on your website and much more. Take a look at ReggaeBeatify.com.
Who Knows – Chronixx ft. Protoje – Rub & Dub RMX
Check out this brand new remix by Rub & Dub, Who Knows – Chronixx and Protoje. Totally mashed up and sounding tougher then ever.
You will soon hear more from Rub & Dub, you can check out the SoundCloud channel of Rub & Dub right here.
70th Birthday Aniversary Bob Marley
Here is a great YouTube video for the 70th Birthday of Bob Marley. Real nice acapella version – Could You Be Loved:
I also did a remix on all songs below. Check it out on SoundCloud and YouTube:
1. Dexta Daps – 7 Eleven (Intoxxicated Riddim, Troyton)
2. Jah Sun – Perilous Times (Gate 7 Riddim, Weedy G)
3. Soké – Empire (The Empire Riddim, Riddim Wise)
4. Banx and Ranx – Empire
5. DJ Vadim ft. Demolition Man – Lyrical Soldier
6. Mungo’s Hifi ft. YT – Serious Times
7. Chronixx ft. Lutan Fyah – Cyaan Do We Nothing (Noah Issa Remix)
8. Sara Lugo ft. Protoje – Really Like You (Jamie Bostron Remix)
9. Dreadsquad ft. Kojo Neatness – Boom Sound
10. Benny Page ft. Assassin – Champion Sound
11. Million Stylez – Jah I Love You (Ricky Tuff Remix, Medianoche Riddim)
12. Krishane ft. Melissa Steel and Beenie Man – Drunk and Incapable (Shy FX Remix)
13. Sean Paul – Take It Low (Full Speed Riddim, Dutty Rock)
14. Busy Signal – Bedroom Bully (Blurred Line Remix)
And here is the YouTube Vid, made with Camtasia (screenrecording) and Virtual DJ (the mixing part)
See You Next Week!
Big up, Benn-i