BUSY SIGNAL RETURNS WITH HIS LATEST VIDEO “ROYAL NIGHT”

Jamaican superstar Busy Signal returns to the scene with his steamy new video “Royal Night.” The sensual single produced by Penthouse Records’ Donovan Germain is off his critically acclaimed album Reggae Music Again on VP Records. Reggae Music Again shows off Busy’s versatility as a charismatic roots reggae artist and is a stark departure from his popular dancehall style. Check…

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REGGAE BLOODLINES: IN SEARCH OF THE MUSIC AND CULTURE OF JAMAICA

Peter Simon’s retrospective photo exhibit Reggae Bloodlines ‘Lens of A Generation’ will debut tonight at 7pm at Puls8 night club in Kingston, Jamaica. Simon’s installation of powerful portraits of Jamaican culture from the early 1970s to present day include prominent reggae artists of each respective era. Plans for additional exhibits in the United States are underway in New York City,…

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RECORDED AT THE MARLEY FAMILY’S LEGENDARY TUFF GONG STUDIOS BETTER TOMORROW DROPS TODAY ON VP RECORDS

Hailed as the “reigning queen of socially conscious reggae” (All Music), Jamaican singer-songwriter Etana releases her third album Better Tomorrow this week (Feb 26) on VP Records. Her latest effort is a true testament to her evolved sound. Etana’s indomitable spirit and inspiring songwriting uplifts generations both old and new. Stylistically, Better Tomorrow is a marked departure from her previous…

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VP RECORDS WILL RELEASE A SERIES OF LIMITED EDITION VINYL

VP Records will unleash four vinyl selections for Record Store Day 2013 – a recently complied selection of Barrington Levy classics from 1979 – 1984 entitled Sweet Reggae Music, two reissues of rare dub sessions including Winston Edwards’ Natty Locks Dub and King Tubby & Lee Scratch Perry’s King Tubby Meets The Upsetter At The Grass Roots Of Dub and…

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GYPTIAN UNVEILS HIS LATEST VIDEO “WINE SLOW”

Gyptian unleashes his brand new video “Wine Slow.” The visual, directed by ASHA, was filmed on Bob Marley Beach in Morant Bay, Jamaica. The call-to-action song title is creating an explosive viral dance movement on YouTube and the lyrics video has already received over 5 million views to date. ‘Wine Slow” is available now on Gyptian’s new digital EP SLR…

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