We interviewed veteran Artist LUCIANO THE MESSENJAH in London following the rehearsals of his 2022 UK Tour. Luciano gave many beautiful and inspiring messages about peace during a very dramatic moment of the wartime situation in the World.Continue reading “Interview with Luciano The Messenjah: “Let’s unite praying Jah and the World will heal””
One of the biggest Reggae and Dancehall Festivals in Europe, SummerJam, is finally back after the Covid-19 pandemic from July 1st to 3rd. It will
One of the biggest Reggae and Dancehall Festivals in Europe, SummerJam, is finally back after the Covid-19 pandemic from July 1st to 3rd. It will take place in Cologne, Germany surrounding the lake as always. Reggae and dancehall lovers should not miss this opportunity as long as there is an extraordinary line up.
Reggae and dancehall lovers should not miss this opportunity as long as there is an extraordinary line up.
The most prestigious Artists who will touch the main stage are:
Sean Paul, Seeed, Shaggy, Gentleman, Milky Chance, Patrice SDP, Stefflon Don, Ziggy Marley, alongside other great international names such as Bay-C, Brushy One String, Christopher Martin, Gentleman’s Dub Club, Guacáyo, Hollie Cook, Horst Wegener, I-Fire, Inner Circle, Jahfro, Jahneration, Jugglerz, Juju, Julian Marley, K.ZIA, Katchafire, Kelvyn Colt, Konshens, Ky-Mani Marley, Lila Iké, Majan, Marcus Gad, Martin Jondo, Max Romeo, Megaloh, Memoria, Mike Love, Miwata, Nkulee Dube, Powpow Movement, Protoje, Rote Mütze Raphi, Sampa The Great, Sara Lugo, Serani, Spice, Stylo G, Third World &
Big news from famous Reggae Jam Festival out of Germany: Reggae Jam goes to London this August for the first time.
From the Rivers of Bersenbrück (Germany) to the Heart and Soul of UK’s Reggae scene, one of the most popular reggae festivals in Europe is finally coming to London. Since 1994, the superstars of reggae have been doing the honours and filling the sacred walls of the monastery garden in the small northern German town with Caribbean “joie de vivre”.
For the first time in its 28-year history, Reggae Jam is celebrating its out-of-town premiere – and not just anywhere, but in the London borough of Brent, the nucleus of Jamaican vibes. Bob Marley lived in this multicultural melting pot in the 70s. From Brent, stars made in Britain like Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs or Gappy Ranks carried reggae from here into the worldwide panorama.
After the pandemic, finally huge festivals are scheduled again for summer 2022. Reggae Land Festival seems to be one of this summer UK’s biggest Reggae Festival. Everything is getting ready to offer an incredible weekend, full of the best live reggae, dub, and dancehall artists around the World. Save the dates: July 30th and and 31st
There will be three main stages: The Bowl, The Valley and an entire Carnival Float stage along with dancers and a live authentic steel pan band.
Julian Marley, Bounty Killer & Aston Barrett Jr. from The Wailers are three of the main Artists featured on the discographic project “Reggae Vaccine”. The album actually got consideration for a nomination on the 64th Edition of Grammy Awards to be attended on January 31st 2022. “Reggae vaccine” reached the No.2 on the I-tunes USA Reggae Chart and it could get nominated to win three different categories this year: Best Reggae Album, Album of The Year & Best Album Artwork Cover.
On August 28th 2021, was officially released the videoclip of “Nothing Like Love”, song by J Written. The track was pre-released on Reggaeville in July 2021 and has been gaining traction.
J Written is a young reggae Artist from Kingston, Jamaica. Written’s artistic nature and vibe heard and seen clearly throughout the entire video gives the audience an easy going feeling while successfully sending a message of love to the listener.
“Love is not just the opposite of hate, it is the original feeling when something is beautiful and everything is beautifully created by the Most High” – J-Written said when we asked about the meaning of the tune.