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Global Reggae Charts - Issue #6 / October 2017

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editorial<br />

Welcome to a new edition of the <strong>Global</strong> <strong>Reggae</strong> <strong>Charts</strong>!<br />

Let me tell you about our goals and priorities going forward. There are three major tasks: we want<br />

to overhaul the GRC website, improve the voter experience, and grow our global base of voters.<br />

When we launched globalreggaecharts.com, we decided to start with a rather basic website. Now,<br />

we feel like the time has come to upgrade the website. In addition to the magazine format, we also<br />

want to publish the charts and some of the content - for instance this editorial - in a native web<br />

format. That should make the website easier to find and create a better user experience. There are<br />

several other ideas floating around as well, and we’ll share them once they are more concrete.<br />

When it comes to the voter experience, we want to achieve two things: making the voting process<br />

as simple as possible and creating some incentives to vote. The first issue is likely straight-forward:<br />

every voter invests his or her time to make a selection. We are obviously very grateful for this and<br />

it’s a matter of respect to everything in our power to make it as seamless a process as possible.<br />

Creating incentives, then do, aims to make it attractive for people to vote. While reshaping the<br />

GRC might be enough motivation for some, we think that we can create some additional features<br />

on top. Why is that relevant? The more voters, the better and more reliable the charts. It’s really as<br />

simple as that.<br />

Regarding the latter reason, we also care about growing our voter base. But there is more to it. We<br />

put the <strong>Global</strong> in our name because we really aim to reflect what’s happening in reggae across the<br />

globe. Now, we already have a fairly international voter base, but we aren’t satisfied yet. We want<br />

the charts to reflect big reggae markets like Africa and South America. And we want to eventually<br />

have a database that allows us to break out specific charts for different regions. Of course every<br />

voter that fulfills the qualifying criteria is more than welcome but we’ll also try to emphasize finding<br />

voters in underrepresented markets.<br />

I’m telling you all this for two reasons. For one, transparency is really important to us - we want<br />

you to understand what we are working on and why. Moreover, you might be able to help! We<br />

really appreciate your suggestions and ideas! Do you have an idea how to improve the website?<br />

We’d love to hear from you! And if you know someone who would make a great voter, please go<br />

ahead and tell them about the GRC.<br />

Have something to say? Just drop us a line at info@globalreggaecharts.com.<br />

Cheers<br />

Thomas<br />

Thomas Euler is founder of the German reggae & dancehall blogazine whagwaan-magazine.de<br />

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Album single <strong>Charts</strong> | top 20<br />

Period<br />

Ending 30/09/<strong>2017</strong><br />

Contributing voters: 55<br />

europe<br />

# LM 2M PK Mo Artist Single Label<br />

↑ 1 3 - 1 2 Alborosie Living Dread Baco<br />

+ 2 - - 2 1 Hempress Sativa No Retreat feat. Junior Murvin Conquering Lion<br />

↑ 3 7 2 2 5 Chronixx Skanking Sweet Chronixx Music<br />

4 1 3 1 4 Kabaka Pyramid Can‘t Breathe Ghetto Youths International<br />

↑ 5 6 - 5 2 Capital Letters Judgement Day Sugar Shack<br />

+ 6 - - 6 1 Black Uhuru Jah Guide feat. Bugle Ajang Music<br />

+ 7 - - 7 1 Protoje Truths & Rights feat. Mortimer In.Digg.Nation<br />

+ 8 - - 8 1 Micah Shemaiah Keep On Keeping On Irie Ites Music<br />

+ 9 - - 9 1 Aidonia Yeah Yeah Emudio<br />

10 5 1 1 4 Damian Marley Medication feat. Stephen Marley Universal<br />

↑11 12 14 1 6 Talisman Relijan Sugar Shack<br />

↑12 13 6 4 5 Morgan Heritage<br />

We Are feat. Kabaka Pyramid<br />

& Dre Island<br />

Cool To Be Conscious<br />

13 17 - 13 2 Black Roots I Believe feat. Jah Garvey Nubian<br />

+ 14 - - 14 1 Skip Marley Refugee Island<br />

15 2 - 2 5 Samory I Rasta Nuh Gangsta Rorystonelove / Black Dub<br />

+ 16 - - 16 1 The Hempolics Boss Clock Me Style Shark Free<br />

+ 17 - - 17 1 Royal Sounds Message Music Sugar Shack<br />

+ 18 - - 18 1 Christos DC<br />

Speak The Fire feat. Zafayah<br />

and The Skankin Monks<br />

Honest Music<br />

+ 19 - - 19 1 Peace Development Crew Better Days Boomrush<br />

+ 20 - - 20 1 Hollie Cook Angel Fire Merge<br />

Aidonia<br />

Christos DC<br />

Protoje<br />

Hollie Cook<br />

Samory I<br />

Capital Letters<br />

The Hempolics Skip Marley<br />

Kabaka Pyramid<br />

Alborosie<br />

Black Uhuru feat. Bugle Damian Marley<br />

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Album <strong>Charts</strong> | top 10<br />

Period<br />

Ending 30/09/<strong>2017</strong><br />

Contributing voters: 45<br />

europe<br />

# LM 2M PK MO Artist Album Label<br />

1 1 2 1 3 Samory I Black Gold Rorystonelove / Black Dub<br />

↑ 2 3 3 2 3 Damian Marley Stony Hill Republic<br />

3 2 1 1 3 Chronixx Chronology Chronixx Music<br />

+ 4 - - 4 1<br />

Lee ”Scratch“ Perry with<br />

Subatomic Sound System<br />

Super Ape Returns to Conquer<br />

Echo Beach<br />

5 4 5 2 6 Inna De Yard The Soul of Jamaica Wagram Music / Chapter Two<br />

+ 6 - - 6 1 EarthKry Survival EarthKry<br />

↑ 7 8 - 7 2 Alborosie Freedom in Dub VP<br />

+ 8 - - 8 1 Dean Fraser Melodies of D.E.B Tad‘s Record Inc.<br />

9 5 7 1 6 Nattali Rize Rebel Frequency Baco<br />

+ 10 - - 10 1 New Kingston A Kingston Story: Come from Far Easy Star<br />

New Kingston<br />

Alborosie EarthKry Dean Fraser<br />

Samory I<br />

Lee ”Scratch“ Perry<br />

# = this month’s position on the chart LM = last month’s position on the chart 2M = position two months ago<br />

PK = peak position MO = months on the chart ↑= signifies upward movement + = new entry<br />

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ALL RADIO DJS AND<br />

MUSIC DIRECTORS<br />

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URBAN<br />

RADIO<br />

COSTA RICA<br />

global reggae charts<br />

featured voter<br />

INTERVIEW<br />

For this issue we talked to Docta Rythm Selecta<br />

from Costa Rica, who presents his ”Di Docta Show“<br />

at Urbano 106 in San José.<br />

<strong>Global</strong> <strong>Reggae</strong> <strong>Charts</strong>: Can you please introduce<br />

yourself and your radio show!<br />

Docta Rythm Selecta: I’m Docta Rythm Selecta and<br />

have been part of the reggae movement in Costa<br />

Rica for more than 20 years. For more than 15 years I<br />

have been selecting strictly Jamaican and worldwide<br />

sounds (ska, rocksteady, reggae, dub, dancehall...)<br />

for the Costa Rica reggae scene. Thanks to all the<br />

mainstream clubs who opened their doors to reggae<br />

music, today Docta is a resident DJ at two of the<br />

main clubs in Costa Rica, ”Club Vertigo“ and<br />

”La Concha,“ where the ”Call Di Docta <strong>Reggae</strong> Sessions“<br />

have become some of the best reggae parties<br />

in Costa Rica.<br />

Besides the live shows, Docta Rythm Selecta and the<br />

Call Di Docta Movement have a total of six hours of<br />

weekly reggae radio shows at ”Urbano 106“<br />

(105.9 FM) every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday<br />

called ”Di Docta Show“ where we promote reggae<br />

music from the foundation to the latest premieres.<br />

We premiere albums, promote new artists, bring<br />

reggae history to the masses, and create and mix live<br />

artist specials (foundation and new) where we play<br />

their music mixed live so that people start knowing<br />

more about them; we interview international reggae<br />

artists like Alborosie, Busy Signal, Million Stylez,<br />

Marla Brown, The Skatalites, and many more, and<br />

also try to bring together the reggae community in<br />

one place, selectas, promoters, artists, etc.<br />

GRC: How did you get into radio and what was your<br />

motivation?<br />

”Urbano 106,“ (the only one playing strictly reggae<br />

and hip-hop 24/7) expressed interest in Docta Rythm<br />

Selecta‘s career and offered us two hours weekly.<br />

After one month of successful shows and an audience<br />

that grew daily, they decided to open two more<br />

hours for us on Saturdays. And after a couple more<br />

months, people started asking the radio for more<br />

Di Docta Shows during the week so we opened two<br />

more hours on Thursdays.<br />

Since we started the radio shows our main motivation<br />

has been ”education,“ bringing more info, more<br />

artists (not just mainstream), a more positive message,<br />

and – of course – this awesome communication<br />

tool as the main channel to bring the real message<br />

of reggae music to more people inside and outside<br />

of Costa Rica (according to our files, Di Docta Show<br />

is now running not only for Costa Rican listeners but<br />

also for listeners in South America, North America,<br />

Europe, and also Oceania).<br />

GRC: Can you give some impressions on the reggae<br />

scene in Costa Rica? Are you involved with reggae<br />

apart from the radio as well?<br />

After several years working on reggae music, the<br />

main reggae radio station in Costa Rica,<br />

DRS: The Costa Rica reggae massive is great. The<br />

reggae movement has been located here in our<br />

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country for more than 40 years so part of our country<br />

is called ”Little Jamaica,“ specifically on the<br />

Caribbean side where reggae nights started more<br />

than 30 years ago. We have veteran selectas who<br />

have been working hard on this for more than 30 years,<br />

and since eight or ten years ago the main parties<br />

around the country have been reggae parties. Every<br />

week you can count more than 10 reggae parties<br />

around this small country.<br />

From the Call Di Docta Movement view, we have at<br />

least two shows per week in downtown San José for<br />

more than 400 people with reggae fever, with one<br />

main party per month for 1000-1500 reggae fans.<br />

GRC: What spectrum of music do you play in your<br />

show and which artists have you found most inspiring<br />

lately?<br />

DRS: On the radio shows we play from ska to dancehall,<br />

playing also rocksteady, dub, and of course<br />

roots reggae music as the main part of every show.<br />

On the live shows, it’s usually 50% (3 hours approx.)<br />

roots reggae and 50% (another 3 to 4 hours approx.)<br />

reggae dancehall depending on the event and the<br />

audience.<br />

Most of the new artists you guys are promoting inspired<br />

us to keep sending the good vibes:<br />

Samory I, Hempress Sativa, David Lion, and many<br />

more – but of course all the artists from the foundation,<br />

and also the veterans from Alton Ellis to Capleton,<br />

from Ken Boothe to Sizzla. We promote reggae<br />

music, so we are inspired by every single singer,<br />

band, promoter, and DJ that promotes real reggae<br />

music!<br />

short FACTS<br />

Station: Urbano 106 (105.9 FM)<br />

Location: San José<br />

Show: Di Docta Show<br />

Host: Docta Rythm Selecta<br />

On air: Tuesdays, Thursdays 8:00 pm,<br />

Saturdays 4:00 pm CST/UTC-6<br />

www.urbano106.com<br />

https://www.facebook.com/DiDoctaShow/<br />

https://www.mixcloud.com/DoctaRythmSelecta/<br />

Docta Rythm Selecta‘s Top 10 Singles<br />

Asadenaki -<br />

Living<br />

David Lion -<br />

Cast Away<br />

Eesah -<br />

Main Volume<br />

Gentleman -<br />

Red Town<br />

Ginjah -<br />

Love the Youths Dem<br />

New Kingston -<br />

Starlight feat.<br />

Pressure Busspipe<br />

Peace Development -<br />

Crew - Better Days<br />

RSNY -<br />

Wildfire (Remix) feat.<br />

Marla Brown<br />

Soulmedic -<br />

Free<br />

Sting International -<br />

Pum Pum Phat feat.<br />

Shaggy a.o.<br />

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Fraser<br />

ARTIST FEATURE<br />

Text: Thomas Euler // whagwaan-magazine.de<br />

Imagine for a second that we participated in a reggae-themed<br />

game show that combined the rules of<br />

Jeopardy and Family Feud. The show works like this:<br />

in Jeopardy-style, the host presents us with an answer.<br />

Our job, then, is to ask the top-ranked question<br />

that leads to the given answer. To that end, the show-<br />

makers randomly ask hundred people to come up<br />

with a fitting question (just as we know from Family<br />

Feud). Let me give you an illustration to make that<br />

clear. The answer could be “He is the best dancehall<br />

artist currently in jail”, and we could ask “Who is Buju<br />

Banton?” or “Who is Vybz Kartel?”. Got it? Great!<br />

So, the show starts and we are given three categories<br />

to pick from. Naturally, we select “<strong>Reggae</strong>’s<br />

Greats” (the other categories, “Politricks” and “Babylonomics”<br />

aren’t our forte). The host presents us<br />

the answer: “A famous Jamaican saxophonist from<br />

Jamaica”. We insta-ask “Who is Dean Fraser?”.<br />

A shrill siren sound effect conveys the good news:<br />

we hit the top-ranked question in our first attempt<br />

(it turns out that “Who is Roland Alphonso?” is the<br />

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featured artist<br />

close runner-up). We are surprised: that was an easy<br />

one!<br />

Because, well, Fraser, is an institution in reggae.<br />

When studying for the game show, we looked at the<br />

last few editions of the <strong>Global</strong> <strong>Reggae</strong> <strong>Charts</strong> and<br />

came across clear evidence for this: Usually,<br />

instrumental albums can’t be found anywhere near<br />

the top of the charts. But Fraser’s new album “Melodies<br />

of D.E.B.” managed to achieve exactly that - it<br />

cracked this month’s top ten of the GRC. And there’s<br />

a whole lot more we learnt about Fraser during our<br />

preparation.<br />

His resume is impressive indeed. Fraser, who turned<br />

60 this year, started to play the clarinet at the age of<br />

12 and picked up the saxophone at 15. Since then,<br />

he has played live and recorded with the who-is-who<br />

of reggae. A (by all means incomplete) list includes<br />

artists like Gregory Isaacs, Freddie McGregor, Bunny<br />

Wailer, Peter Tosh, Beres Hammond, Marcia Griffiths,<br />

Sugar Minott, Maxi Priest, Eek-A-Mouse, Sly & Robbie,<br />

Israel Vibration, Sizzla, Capleton, Damian Marley,<br />

Anthony B, Beenie Man, Ini Kamoze, and Alborosie.<br />

Oh, and of course he used to work with Dennis<br />

Brown throughout Brown’s career, beginning in the<br />

late 70s when Fraser was a member of Lloyd Parks’<br />

band We The People.<br />

As if this list wasn’t impressive enough, take a look<br />

at some of the the songs on which Fraser is credited:<br />

• One Blood - Junior Reid (Sax)<br />

• Police In Helicopter - John Holt (Horn)<br />

• Give the People What They Want -<br />

Jimmy Cliff (Sax)<br />

• Fire House Rock - The Wailing Souls (Horn)<br />

• International Herb - Culture (Sax)<br />

• Here I Come - Barrington Levy (Horn)<br />

And that’s only a small sample of the many legit<br />

anthems Fraser contributed to. It’s fair to say that<br />

reggae as we know it wouldn’t sound the same<br />

without Fraser’s playing. His notoriety is probably<br />

best illustrated by the fact that he is one of the few<br />

musicians who are regularly invited to contribute an<br />

instrumental version to a one riddim selection.<br />

But simply calling Fraser simply a sax player<br />

wouldn’t do him justice. All-around musical whiz kid<br />

is much closer to the truth (well, maybe minus the<br />

kid these days). When we went through the man’s (almost<br />

excessively long) list of projects, we found a lot<br />

more diverse credits than just for his saxophone and<br />

horn play - for instance backing vocals, engineering<br />

and harmonic arrangement. Therefore, it appeared<br />

almost consequential that he started to fully produce<br />

for other artists several years into his career.<br />

According to allmusic.com’s database, this branching-out<br />

began when he produced Jah Lewis‘ 1991<br />

album “All Gone Astray”. From then on, producing<br />

turned into a second pillar of Fraser’s career. Notable<br />

artists he has produced are Luciano, Gyptian and<br />

Duane Stephenson. But he was most heavily involved<br />

in the development of Tarrus Riley. Fraser produced<br />

Riley’s albums right from the start in 2004 and<br />

regularly tours with him.<br />

Aside from his work for and with other artists, Fraser<br />

has also built a sizeable portfolio of solo albums and<br />

collaborative works with other musicians. His debut<br />

“Black Horn Man” dates back to 1978 and we counted<br />

at least 34 more, including his recent release. On<br />

there, Fraser sticks to playing the saxophone for the<br />

most part, though he did also lend his voice to several<br />

songs. A testament to his singing can, for instance,<br />

be found on the 1988 album titled “Dean Fraser<br />

Sings And Blows”.<br />

While the major part of Fraser’s work is reggae, there<br />

are some notable exceptions. When Lauryn Hill recorded<br />

her “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” in the<br />

Tuff Gong Studios, Fraser was asked to play his sax<br />

for the record. He agreed and, thus, became part of a<br />

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featured artist<br />

true classic that reached people way outside of traditional<br />

reggae circles. John Legend is another international<br />

star with whom Fraser worked for the (meh)<br />

“Evolver“ album. And, somewhat oddly, Fraser is<br />

even credited on a Disney Greatest Hits album.<br />

All that is to say: Fraser has an impressive body of<br />

work. It’s not an overstatement to call him a walking<br />

piece of reggae history. And, luckily, the music has<br />

never stopped running through his veins. Just ask<br />

all the current artists who would likely answer our<br />

quiz show question the same way as the public (the<br />

list of recent Fraser features includes Iba Mahr, Jah<br />

9, Christopher Martin, J Boog, and Ricky Blaze). So,<br />

“Who is Dean Fraser?” was an easy question.<br />

The show goes to commercial break. We put ourheadphones<br />

in, give “Melodies of D.E.B.“ a spin, and<br />

get ready for the next round.<br />

NEW ALBUM<br />

title: Dean Fraser - Melodies of D.E.B.<br />

label: Tad‘s Record Inc.<br />

release date: 08|09|<strong>2017</strong><br />

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ON Air<br />

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radio shows<br />

Argentina<br />

Estación La De Dios<br />

LDD SOUNDS PRESENTS<br />

GLOBAL REGGAE CHARTS<br />

with Santi Palazzo<br />

Sundays 3:00 pm ART/UTC-3<br />

Argentina<br />

Radio Cantilo<br />

FUNKY KINGSTON<br />

with Georgia and Santi<br />

Wednesdays 10:00 pm ART/UTC-3<br />

Canada<br />

Radio Regent<br />

ItaL rOOts RaDio<br />

with Sweet T & MAdCast-Fuji<br />

Tuesdays - 3:00 pm EDT/UTC-4<br />

Canada<br />

Rootz <strong>Reggae</strong> Radio<br />

NEW MUSIC - TDIF<br />

with DJ Klient<br />

Fridays - 6:00 pm<br />

Costa Rica<br />

Urbano 106<br />

DI DOCTA SHOW<br />

with Docta Rythm Selecta<br />

3. Tuesday - 8:00 pm CST/UTC-6<br />

Germany<br />

Antenne Münster<br />

COOL & DEADLY<br />

with Roots Operator Wolle<br />

4. Saturday - 8:00 pm CEST/UTC+2<br />

Germany<br />

Radio Regentrude<br />

GLOBAL REGGAE CHARTS<br />

with Brigitte Reinert<br />

Last Friday - 8:00 pm CEST/UTC+2<br />

Indonesia<br />

Bpost Radio<br />

REGGAE TOP SINGLE CHART 20<br />

with Harry Ramadhan<br />

Mondays - 9:00 pm WITA/UTC+8<br />

Israel<br />

Radio Kol Hanegev 106.4 FM<br />

BA BA REGGAE<br />

with Asaf “Baba G“ Nahmias<br />

Mondays - 8:00 pm IDT/UTC+3<br />

Italy<br />

Radio Popolare Network<br />

REGGAE RADIO STATION<br />

with Vitowar<br />

Last Sunday - 11:45 pm CEST/UTC+2<br />

Italy<br />

Atom Radio<br />

GLOBAL REGGAE CHARTS<br />

Sundays 5:00 pm CEST/UTC+2<br />

Norway<br />

Radio Nova<br />

Oslo <strong>Reggae</strong> Show<br />

with Dominic Reuben & Selecta Harmony<br />

Last Tuesday 9:30 pm CEST/UTC+2<br />

UK<br />

Black Country Radio<br />

RIDDIM SESSIONS<br />

with Kevin Moore<br />

Fridays - 1:00 am BST/UTC+1<br />

UK<br />

Radio St. Austell Bay 105.6 FM<br />

A-Z of <strong>Reggae</strong><br />

with Mark Norman<br />

Last Sunday - 4:00 pm BST/UTC+1<br />

UK<br />

Vibes FM<br />

REGGAEMYLITIS<br />

with Sarah C<br />

Last Wednesday - 6:00 pm BST/UTC+1<br />

USA<br />

Islandah Radio<br />

GLOBAL REGGAE CHARTS<br />

with Duke Locario<br />

Last Friday - 10:00 pm EDT/UTC-4<br />

Venezuela<br />

Radio Nacional de Venezuela<br />

DESDE EL GHETTO<br />

with George Dread<br />

2. & 4. Saturday - 11:00 am VET/UTC-4<br />

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global reggae charts<br />

voters<br />

global<br />

VoterS<br />

Mexico<br />

MundoREGGAE Show / Host<br />

Argentina<br />

La De Dios / Music Director<br />

Australia<br />

2BOB Radio / Roots‘n‘<strong>Reggae</strong> Show<br />

897FM / Ital Galore<br />

Belgium<br />

Radio Centraal / Back 2 Bass<br />

Canada<br />

CFRU-FM / The Crooked Beat<br />

Radio Regent / ItaL rOOts RaDio<br />

Costa Rica<br />

Radio Urbano 105.9FM / Di Docta Show<br />

Netherlands<br />

Impact AM / Music Director<br />

NPO FunX / Music Director<br />

RTV-Arnhem / Sound Armada Radio<br />

Norway<br />

Radio Nova / Oslo <strong>Reggae</strong> Show<br />

Poland<br />

Polskie Radio Czwórka / Strefa Dread<br />

Radio Kampus / Dancehall Masak-Rah<br />

Radio Oko / <strong>Reggae</strong> Jazda<br />

Radio LUZ / Positive Thurdays<br />

Romania<br />

Do The <strong>Reggae</strong> Romania / Editor<br />

Denmark<br />

Station Amager / <strong>Reggae</strong> Moods<br />

Russia<br />

Daily Vibes / Editor<br />

France<br />

La Grosse Radio - <strong>Reggae</strong> / Program Director<br />

sunalpes.com / Cassonade<br />

World-A-<strong>Reggae</strong> / Editor<br />

Germany<br />

Antenne Münster 95.4 / Cool & Deadly<br />

ByteFM / Forward The Bass<br />

querfunk / DREADheadz AJ<br />

Radio Regentrude / Music Director<br />

Radio StHörfunk / Sluggish Radio Show<br />

Radio Top40 / Host<br />

Radio Z 95.8 / Rastashock<br />

<strong>Reggae</strong>ville / Author<br />

Greece<br />

Radio Yanthi One / Music Director<br />

<strong>Reggae</strong>Yard / <strong>Reggae</strong>Yard<br />

Israel<br />

Kol Hanegev 106.4 FM / Ba Ba <strong>Reggae</strong><br />

Italy<br />

Jammonite Radio / <strong>Reggae</strong> New Releases<br />

Radio Popolare Network / <strong>Reggae</strong> Radio Station<br />

Radio Web-Base / <strong>Reggae</strong> Music<br />

South Africa<br />

Mzansi<strong>Reggae</strong> / Editor<br />

Switzerland<br />

Kanal K / Fish‘n‘Chips Sounds<br />

UK<br />

Pauzeradio / Unique <strong>Reggae</strong> Mix Show<br />

Radio St Austell Bay / A-Z of <strong>Reggae</strong><br />

Vibes FM / <strong>Reggae</strong>mylitis<br />

USA<br />

Caribbean Dance Radio / CEO<br />

KBCS / The <strong>Reggae</strong> Party<br />

KDUR FM / Heart Beat of Zion<br />

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WBZC 88.9 FM / Sounds of the Caribbean<br />

WORT 89.9 FM / Tropical Riddims<br />

Venezuela<br />

Radio Nacional de Venezuela / Desde El Ghetto<br />

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