Global Reggae Charts - Issue #7 / November 2017

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Inside you can find the latest reggae album and single charts based on votes by radio DJs and music directors from around the world.

issue # 7 | november 2017

Asaf “Baba G”

Nahmias | Israel

Havana

Meets

Kingston

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editorial

Welcome to a new edition of the Global Reggae Charts!

This month, we have a bunch of news. We updated our website, introduced an opportunity for

artists to share new music with voters, tweaked the voting process and, of course, we have new

charts as well. Let’s go through these, one by one.

We launched a new page where we present our voters. Before, we included them in every edition

of our magazine. But for the sake of user-friendliness and transparency, we now also put them on

our website. This allows everybody to understand how the charts are being created. Also, of course,

it is a nice incentive for voters.

Since several artists approached us and asked how they could get onto the charts, we wanted to

provide them with more opportunities to inform the voters about their music. The voter list serves

as one solution. The other one is the introduction of a music sharing opportunity. For a small fee,

artists can publish their music in the voter backend of the GRC. Thereby, voters will have the opportunity

to browse new music once they are logged in. The feature is in beta mode right now and

we are glad to hear your feedback!

In order to increase the variety of music that receives votes - thereby giving unusual suspects a

better chance to make the charts - we have expanded the number of votes per voter from 10 to 20.

We are currently watching closely how this influences the chart results and might readjust in the

future. One overarching goal of the GRC is to provide charts that reflect the global reggae scene,

therefore we want to give artists who are not yet established a realistic chance to make it.

Last but not least, you’ll find a new edition of the GRC as well. Without spoiling: there is some

good music to be found in there. Watch out!

Cheers

Thomas

Thomas Euler is founder of the German reggae & dancehall blogazine

whagwaan-magazine.de // feedback: info@globalreggaecharts.com

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Album single Charts | top 20

Period

Ending 31/10/2017

Contributing voters: 75

europe

# LM 2M PK Mo Artist Single Label

1 1 3 1 3 Alborosie Living Dread Baco

↑ 2 3 7 2 6 Chronixx Skanking Sweet Chronixx Music

↑ 3 10 5 1 5 Damian Marley Medication feat. Stephen Marley Universal

↑ 4 7 - 4 2 Protoje Truths & Rights feat. Mortimer Mr Bongo

5 4 1 1 5 Kabaka Pyramid Can‘t Breathe Ghetto Youths International

↑ 6 - 9 9 3 Estelle Love Like Ours feat. Tarrus Riley VP

↑ 7 12 13 4 6 Morgan Heritage We Are feat. Kabaka Pyramid & Dre Island Cool To Be Conscious

8 2 - 2 2 Hempress Sativa No Retreat feat. Junior Murvin Conquering Lion

9 6 - 6 2 Black Uhuru Jah Guide feat. Bugle Ajang Music

10 8 - 8 2 Micah Shemaiah Keep On Keeping On Irie Ites Music

+ 11 - - 11 1 Macka B Wha Me Eat (Remix) Greensleeves

12 5 6 5 3 Capital Letters Judgement Day Sugar Shack

↑13 - 11 10 3 Jesse Royal Always Be Around Easy Star

↑14 20 - 14 2 Hollie Cook Angel Fire Merge

15 9 - 9 2 Aidonia Yeah Yeah Emudio

16 13 17 13 3 Black Roots I Believe feat. Jah Garvey Nubian

+ 17 - - 17 1 Ken Boothe Let the Water Run Dry Wagram / Chapter Two

↑18 - 16 2 6 Havana meets Kingston Carnival feat. Solis & Randy Valentine Baco

19 14 - 14 2 Skip Marley Refugee Island

+ 20 - - 20 1 New Kingston Come from Far Easy Star

Ken Boothe New Kingston

Micah Shemaiah Protoje

Estelle

Havana meets Kingston

Black Roots

Hollie Cook

Kabaka Pyramid

Capital Letters

Black Uhuru feat. Bugle

Alborosie

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Album Charts | top 10

Period

Ending 31/10/2017

Contributing voters: 60

europe

# LM 2M PK MP Artist Album Label

+ 1 - - 1 1 Jesse Royal Lily of da Valley Easy Star

2 1 1 1 4 Samory I Black Gold Rorystonelove / Black Dub

3 3 2 1 4 Chronixx Chronology Virgin

4 2 3 2 4 Damian Marley Stony Hill Republic

5 4 - 4 2

Lee „Scratch“ Perry with

Subatomic Sound System

Super Ape Returns to Conquer

Echo Beach

+ 6 - - 6 1 Macka B Health Is Wealth Greensleeves

7 7 8 7 3 Alborosie Freedom In Dub Greensleeves

8 6 - 6 2 EarthKry Survival EarthKry

+ 9 - - 9 1 Mista Savona Havana Meets Kingston Baco

10 5 4 2 7 Inna De Yard The Soul of Jamaica Wagram Music / Chapter Two

Macka B Lee ”Scratch“ Perry

Damian Marley

Jesse Royal Samory I

Mista Savona

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

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

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COLLEGE

RADIO

ISRAEL

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featured voter

INTERVIEW

This month we talked to Asaf “Baba G” Nahmias,

who presents his Ba Ba Reggae show at Kol

Hanegev 106,4 FM in Israel.

Global Reggae Charts: Can you please introduce

yourself and your radio show?

Asaf “Baba G” Nahmias: I was born in Jerusalem in

1980. I was always very passionate about music of

all kinds. In 2000 I started listening to reggae music,

especially to artists such as Bob Marley, Alpha Blondie,

Luciano, and many others. I remember that I got

my first reggae CD from a friend of mine and from

the very first song I heard I was fascinated by this

style of music and began to explore it.

In 2006, I began to study for a BA in communications

at Sapir College. A year after, I joined their radio

department – “Radio Kol Hanegev” 106.4 FM. At that

time there wasn‘t a reggae program on the station,

so I decided to create one. The first program was

broadcasted on 21.01.2008 (about 10 years ago) by

the name of “Ba Ba Reggae” – in Hebrew you can

interpret the name as “come into reggae” or “feels

like reggae.”

The program is quite diverse in terms of its structure,

but some permanent sections are “new albums,”

“new singles,” “the honor section” which I dedicate

each week to a different artist, and the “Global Reggae

Charts” once a month.

GRC: Could you give us your view on the reggae

reception in Israel in general and with regard to Rasta

reggae specifically? Rastafarian beliefs are borrowing

from Judaism at several points. Do you think

that makes it easier for people in Israel to respond to

reggae or is it more of a roadblock for the reception

of reggae in Israel?

AN: Despite the connection between Rastafari beliefs

and Judaism, sadly, I admit that I don’t think it

connects the Israeli population to reggae music. The

semantics and textual references may sound familiar

and may even attract the ear of a Hebrew speaker.

But I‘m afraid that the initial relation is not intrinsic.

Nowadays the Israeli reggae scene is quite small.

One of my personal goals is to expose the Israeli

audience to this wonderful music, which I believe so

many people can love, get inspired by, and connect

to.

GRC: How did you get into reggae and into radio?

What is your motivation?

AN: As mentioned I always loved music in general

and reggae music in particular. When I began my studies

I thought it would be amazing to combine them

with my love of music. Of course joining the radio

department was the perfect way to do it.

I really can‘t explain why I have this connection to

reggae music and specifically to roots reggae. I think

a lot of people who love reggae would agree that it

has something to do with the general feeling it gives

you and the good vibes. Personally, I become calm,

relaxed, and more positive while listening to roots

reggae. My motivation to broadcast reggae music on

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the radio is simply to bring this kind of music to as

many people as possible. It would mean the world to

me knowing that I influenced even just one person.

It makes me so happy when people comment saying

they love what they are listening to.

GRC: What spectrum of music do you play in your

show and which artists have you found most inspiring

lately?

AN: The style I love to listen to is the very same style

I like to play on my “Ba Ba Reggae” program and it is

the roots reggae style. I broadcast roots reggae from

all over the world.

When choosing music for broadcast, it doesn‘t really

matter to me whether an artist is senior or new, big

or small. I really like supporting artists that are yet to

be known and giving them some exposure. I like to

stay updated and bring my listeners new material,

or material that isn‘t new but very likely they haven‘t

heard about or listened to before.

short FACTS

Station: Kol Hanegev 106.4 FM

Location: Sha‘ar HaNegev Regional Council

Show: Ba Ba Reggae

Host: Asaf “Baba G” Nahmias

On air: Every Monday 8:00 pm UTC+3

http://vod.sapir.ac.il/kolhanegev

https://www.mixcloud.com/Ba_Ba_Reggae/

https://www.facebook.com/

groups/169889879774214

Lately, I like to hear and play artists such as EarthKry,

Indubious, Marcus Gad and Tribe, Christos DC, Earth

Beat Movement, Patois Brothers, Piero Dread, Rod

Anton, Wailing Trees, Jesse Royal, and many, many,

many more.

Baba G‘s Top 10 Singles

Brain Damage -

Raw Talking Rebels

EarthKry -

Wake Up and Live

Emeterians -

Wadada

Jesse Royal -

400 Years

Nattali Rize -

Fly Away feat.

Raging Fyah

Peace Development

Crew - Better Days

Ras Zacharri & MNIB -

Love Over Hate

SOJA -

Moving Stones

Stick Figure -

Above the Storm

The Green -

Going Up

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Sly Dunbar

Havana

Meets Kingston

ARTIST FEATURE

Text: Thomas Euler // whagwaan-magazine.de

Borderless Creativity

More than once, I’ve heard people claim that nothing

new can be created anymore. The thought-process

behind that statement is usually some iteration of

the following: through the history of mankind, every

note has already been played, every word written,

and every thought has been thought before. Therefore,

all that’s left for today’s creative humans is to

endlessly recycle, remix, and update old ideas.

On first sight, one might be inclined to nod along.

After all, it’s an easy idea to grasp. We all know the

archetypal storylines that some Greek or Roman writers

invented millennia ago and that have since been

rehashed in countless plays and movies. Or consider

the (arguably) most influential music production

method invented in the 20th century: sampling.

Proponents of the above theory would certainly try

to make the case that sampling is the creative class’s

concession of their inability to create anything truly

original anymore.

Frankly, I think the entire theory is short-sighted,

ignorant and borderline offensive to post A.D. 1

humanity. Most significantly, at least for the purpo-

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ses of this piece, it ignores the vast originality and

(dare I say it?) creative genius that comes to fruition

in the context of remixing, sampling, or fusing

together formerly unconnected genres, styles, or

techniques.

One recent project perfectly illustrates how the

combination of seemingly separate worlds can lead

to something novel and exciting: Havana Meets

Kingston. The album brings together the sound of

two islands that are both well-known for their musical

achievements, yet have existed in rather distinct

spheres so far. It took an Australian reggae producer

to recognize that a fusion of the two could lead to

something new and unique. Mister Savona, by no

means a newcomer to producing international reggae

collaborations, had the vision (and organizational

prowess) to get some of the best musicians from

Cuba and Jamaica in the studio to work together on

an unprecedented musical collaboration.

The list of talent Savona assembled for the project

is long and full of prominent names from the two

respective music scenes. There are Rolando Luna

and Barbarito Torres from the famous Buena Vista

Social Club. There are Lutan Fyah, Randy Valentine,

and France Nooks. And there are Sly & Robbie. Just

to name a few. Over the 15 tracks of the album, they

managed to encapsulate and merge their countries,

respective musical traditions and create an original

piece of music. While the result has clear points of reference

to the musical heritages from which it draws,

it has a very distinct, unique vibe. It introduces listeners

to a novel and formerly non-existent sound.

However, since it is a blend of already established

musical genres, I’m sure that proponents of the

nothing-new-can-be-created-anymore hypothesis

would still go ahead and claim that it is not truly

new. While that is technically correct, it is beside the

point. Basically no breakthrough in the arts, human

culture, or even technology ever happened in a vacuum.

Even the earliest writers in human history where

influenced by the world and society that surrounded

them. From there, they drew their inspiration and

built upon what had been created before. Even the

first writer in human history had the oral traditions of

his people as a stepping stone.

from left to right : Julito Padron, Maikel Ante, Pepe Ordaz, Bopee, Bongo Herman, Eric Coelho, Rolando Luna, Shaun ‚Bugzy‘ Anderson, Sly Dunbar,

Robbie Shakespeare, Jake Savona, Changuito. Oliver Valdes, Yaroldy Abreu, Javier Fredes, Gaston Joya

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Cali P & Randy Valentine

Human creativity is not about creating things that

have no ties to, existing world. Instead, it is a continuous,

evolutionary process of iteration and recombination,

with some complete novelty sprinkled in

here and there. This, by the way, is even backed by

the most current research into creativity and innovation.

It is widely recognized that too much novelty

can actually hurt the recognition a work receives -

if the audience is not even remotely familiar with a

thing, it usually isn’t perceived well. Or in simpler

terms: if a creation is too far out there, it will often

fail to resonate. Once you accept that fact, you’ll start

to appreciate some of the most interesting creative

achievements of our time. And you might realize the

brilliance that can go into modifications, remixes,

and the novel combination of ideas. Like the fusion

of Cuban and Jamaican music that you can find on

Havana Meets Kingston.

Interestingly, the projects highlights two other

properties of modern-day creativity. Thanks to the

internet and our global travel system, creativity hardly

knows borders anymore. Neither stylistically nor

geographically. A Dutch writer may be influenced by

Indian “Bollywood” movies, a Brazilian painter may

find inspiration in Japanese graphic novels, and an

Australian reggae producer might initiate a Cuban/

Jamaican happening.

Access to even the most obscure cultural artifacts as

well as their makers is only limited by one’s curiosity

(and time, to be fair). And the artists of our time

make full use of that new realm of opportunity. They

look for interesting ideas across the globe, thereby

widening their horizon and adding to their creative

repertoire. Some of the resulting works will certainly

be obscure, many will be interesting, and some

might even be regarded as creative breakthroughs

by future generations.

As a fan of Jamaican music, it’s good to see that reggae

and dancehall are very much part of this current

creative phenomenon. Jamaican artists expand their

sound by incorporating different sound aesthetics

into their works. Dancehall and Reggae are influencing

young producers across genres, from Rap

to EDM. While purists might disapprove, I’m all in

favor of that development. It shows that Reggae and

Dancehall are very much alive, interesting to people

across the globe, and are themselves capable of

evolving. Luckily, Havana Meets Kingston perfectly

illustrates that this process doesn’t just lead to zeitgeisty,

short-lived productions but can create timeless,

quality music. I highly recommend it to cultural

pessimists and music fans alike.

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ON Air

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radio shows

Argentina

Estación La De Dios

LDD SOUNDS PRESENTS

GLOBAL REGGAE CHARTS

with Santi Palazzo

Sundays 3:00 pm ART/UTC-3

Argentina

Radio Cantilo

FUNKY KINGSTON

with Georgia and Santi

Wednesdays 10:00 pm ART/UTC-3

Canada

Radio Regent

ItaL rOOts RaDio

with Sweet T & MAdCast-Fuji

Tuesdays - 3:00 pm EDT/UTC-4

Canada

Rootz Reggae Radio

NEW MUSIC - TDIF

with DJ Klient

Fridays - 6:00 pm

Costa Rica

Urbano 106

DI DOCTA SHOW

with Docta Rythm Selecta

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

Germany

Antenne Münster

COOL & DEADLY

with Roots Operator Wolle

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

Germany

Radio Regentrude

GLOBAL REGGAE CHARTS

with Brigitte Reinert

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

Indonesia

Bpost Radio

REGGAE TOP SINGLE CHART 20

with Harry Ramadhan

Mondays - 9:00 pm WITA/UTC+8

Israel

Radio Kol Hanegev 106.4 FM

BA BA REGGAE

with Asaf “Baba G“ Nahmias

Mondays - 8:00 pm IDT/UTC+3

Italy

Radio Popolare Network

REGGAE RADIO STATION

with Vitowar

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

Italy

Atom Radio

GLOBAL REGGAE CHARTS

Sundays 5:00 pm CEST/UTC+2

Norway

Radio Nova

Oslo Reggae Show

with Dominic Reuben & Selecta Harmony

Last Tuesday 9:30 pm CEST/UTC+2

UK

Black Country Radio

RIDDIM SESSIONS

with Kevin Moore

Fridays - 1:00 am BST/UTC+1

UK

Radio St. Austell Bay 105.6 FM

A-Z of Reggae

with Mark Norman

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

UK

Vibes FM

REGGAEMYLITIS

with Sarah C

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

USA

Islandah Radio

GLOBAL REGGAE CHARTS

with Duke Locario

Last Friday - 10:00 pm EDT/UTC-4

Venezuela

Radio Nacional de Venezuela

DESDE EL GHETTO

with George Dread

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

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voters

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Argentina

La De Dios

Music Director

Santi Palazzo

PelaGatos iRadio

Official Selector

Matías Calvo

Australia

2BOB Radio

Roots’n’Reggae Show

Bobbie Philp

89.7FM

Ital Galore

Ian Pillar

Radio Fremantle

I&I Sounds

Corby Howell

Belgium

Radio Centraal

Back 2 Bass

Tim Ianna & Kenneth Oyen

Reggae.be

Reporter

Pieter Van Kerckhoven

Bulgaria

Radio Bumerang 99.00 FM

Music Director

Canada

CFRU 93.3 FM

The Crooked Beat

Nicky Dread

Radio Regent

ItaL rOOts RaDio

Sweet T

Cape Verde

Radio Morabeza

Rockers

Evelise Gomes

Columbia

UPTC Radio 104.1 FM

Legado Africano

Charli Urrego

Costa Rica

Hot 78 Radio

The Focus Reggae Show

David Alarcon

Radio Urbano 105.9FM

Di Docta Show

Marco Villalobos

Croatia

Reggae.hr

Editor

Ivana Toli

Denmark

Station Amager

Reggae Moods

Finland

Bassoradio

Blaka Blaka Show

Selecta Andor

France

Aligre FM 93.1

Dancehall Echo

La Grosse Radio

Reggae Program Director

Simon Chamfroy

Radio Mille Pattes

Zion High Station

Fillot Jerome

Radio Sunalpes

Cassonade

Julien Guedz

United Reggae

Director

Camille Monchicourt

World A Reggae

Editor

Fred Reggaelover

Germany

Ablazin Radio

Host

Fabian Maag

Antenne Münster 95.4

Cool & Deadly

Wolfgang Hickmann

ByteFM

Forward The Bass

Karsten Frehe

Freies Radio Kassel

Irie Ites Radioshow

Michael Volkmar

querfunk

DREADheadz AJ

Thomas Trautwein

Radio Leinehertz 106.5

Wha Gwaan – Reggae & Dancehall

Thorben Noß

Radio Regentrude

Music Director

Brigitte Reinert

Radio StHörfunk

Sluggish Radio Show

Daniel Kielczewski

Radio Top 40

Host

Marius Finger (DJ Marious)

Radio Z 95.8

Rastashock

Philipp Kause

Radio Z 95.8

Rastashock

Crystal van de Rastashock

Reggaeville

CEO

Julian Schmidt

Reggaeville

Author

Lena Pletzinger

Reggaeville

Author

Gardy Stein

Visador-Radio

ReggaeRoundUp

Karsten Zick

Greece

Radio Xanthi One

Music Director

Nick Giannakopoulos

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ReggaeYard

Editor

Israel

Kol Hanegev 106.4 FM

Ba Ba Reggae

Asaf Nahmias

Italy

Atom Radio

Host

Giuseppe Bellobuono

Jammonite Radio

Reggae New Releases

Marco Fregnan

Radio Magenta FM 92.2

Reggae Corner

Teo Riccardi

Radio Popolare Network

Reggae Radio Station

Vitowar Fiorentino

Radio Popolare Verona

Exodus

Marco Serafin

Radio Web-Base

Reggae Music

Louis Knight

Jamaica

Blitz Radio 2000

Music Director

Fabian Lewis

Mexico

MundoREGGAE Show

Host

Lulu Solares

Netherlands

Impact AM

Music Director

Henk van Ulden

NPO FunX

Music Director

Eric van Holland

NPO Soul & Jazz

Andrew

Andrew Makkinga

Omroep Centraal

Reggae Connection

Camiel Vugs

RTV-Arnhem

Sound Armada Radio

Wilfman Sound Armada

World A Reggae

CEO

Danny Creatah

Norway

Radio Harstad

Editor

Tommy Vandalsvik

Radio Nova

Oslo Reggae Show

Dominic Reuben

Poland

Polish National Radio

Polskie Radio Czwórka

Strefa Dread

Mirosław “Maken” Dzieciołowski

Positive Thursdays

Rafal Konert

Radio Kampus

Dancehall Masak-Rah

Pawel Szawczukiewicz

Radio Oko

Reggae Jazda

Pawel Ustaszewski

Romania

Do The Reggae Romania

Editor

Nedelcu Sebastian

Russia

Daily Vibes

Editor

Vladimir Zavialov

South Africa

MzansiReggae

Editor

Lee Phiri

Switzerland

Jam On Radio

Music Director

Raphael Häfliger

Kanal K

Fish’n’Chips Sounds

Rolf Schöner

United Kingdom

fuzionlive

Reggae Takeover

Judge Knott

Marlow FM

Radio Daze Reggae Show

Paul Mansell

Pauzeradio

Unique Reggae Mix Show

Gav Pauze

Radio Cardiff

The Shake Up Show /

The Love & Harmony Show

Neffertiti Delgado

Radio St Austell Bay

A-Z of Reggae

Mark Norman

Reggae Roots Review

Editor

Toby Whittacker-Cook

Vibes FM

Reggaemylitis

Sarah C

USA

Caribbean Dance Radio

Owner

DJ PhG

California

Reggae Music Forward

Host

Tomas Palermo

Reggae Nation Radio

Program Director

MJ Flores

Reggaeville et al.

Author

Brad Metzger

Colorado

Island Stage Magazine

CEO

Susan Underwood

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KDUR FM

Heart Beat of Zion

Rasta Stevie

KGNU

Reggae Bloodlines / Dub Palace /

Reggae Transfusion

Blood Preshah

KGNU

Dub Palace / Reggae Transfusion

The Groove Thief

KSMT/KPTE

Eggs over Irie

Jahstone

Florida

Kulcha Shok Radio/Shake 108

Reggae Sundays

Lance O

Reggae King Radio

Reggae Rhapsody

Keith Rowe

Georgia

Reggae Vibes Radio

Owner

Marlon Folkes

Illinois

The TikiPod

Program Director

Eric Przybylski

Massachusetts

WZBC Boston College Radio 90.3FM

Raggamuffin International

Robin Walther

Nevada

KTHX-FM

Reggae Shack

Tracy Moore

New Jersey

WBZC 88.9 FM

Sounds of the Caribbean

Selecta Jerry

Oregon

KPOV 88.9 FM

The Coop / High Desert Co-op

Tristan Reisfar

Tennessee

90.3 The Rock Volunteer Radio WUTK

Simmer Down

Mason Mulkey

Texas

KAZI 88.7 FM

Reggae Evolution

RJ Johnson

Vermont

WVEW-LPFM

One Drop Reggae Radio

David Longsmith

Washington

KBCS

The Reggae Party

Rankin Mark Patterson

Wisconsin

WORT 89.9 FM

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Radio Nacional de Venezuela

Desde El Ghetto / Raices y Cultura

George Dread

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