TASTE OF JERK- TOMORROW!

Saturday, June 3rd from 2-5pm, you are invited to the VP Records Retail Store for a tasty preview of what to expect at New York City’s Largest Caribbean Festival! Meet and Greet Morgan Heritage and sample delicious Caribbean food! The 7th Annual Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival comes back to Roy Wilkins Park in Queens on Sunday, July 23rd, 2017. The…

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Jah Cure Returns with Video for ‘Telephone Love’

Today reggae superstar, Jah Cure delivers the new video for ‘Telephone Love.’ Shot in the tropical island of Antigua, ‘Telephone Love’ is the first new single since his Grammy nominated and critically acclaimed album “The Cure.” Directed by Justin “Jus Bus” Nation and Anderson “ATA” Andrew, the stunning visual includes drone shots of the lush Antiguan landscape while Jah Cure…

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Culture’s “Two Sevens Clash”- Deluxe Edition Available 6/9

Commemorating the 40th anniversary of the release of the seminal reggae classic “Two Sevens Clash” by Culture, VP Records will release a deluxe edition of the album on June 9th. The historic album became a cultural phenomenon in 1977, referencing Marcus Garvey’s predictions of chaos occurring on the date 7/7/1977. The song and album are today, among the most influential…

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“Total Reggae: Greensleeves” Out Now

Total Reggae: Greensleeves is the latest in the 2CD collector’s series of 40 essential reggae anthems. Celebrating the Greensleeves Record label’s 40th anniversary, the selection ranges from Alimantado to Alborosie. From the dancehall dominance of ‘Junjo’ Lawes, King Jammy & Gussie Clarke to the international success of hits like “Oh Carolina”. Greensleeves has been the mark of quality in reggae…

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New Edition of “Heart of The Congos” to be Released June 9th

A 40th anniversary edition of the iconic reggae album “Heart of the Congos” will be released by VP Records on June 9th. The album will be its most complete version for this edition. Produced by Lee “Scratch” Perry in 1977, the release was re-mastered by Kevin Metcalfe at the Soundmasters, UK and features the original mix with dubs, disco mixes and ‘Don’t Blame It On…

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