28 Songs For Reggae Music Month

During Reggae Music Month, we’re presenting 28 reggae songs for you to discover or rediscover.

28 songs to enjoy and reflect on the unexpected emergence of reggae music as a super popular genre.

A genre so popular that it made U.N.E.S.C.O. cultural heritage list.

In the spirit of the 75th-anniversary of the late Bob Marley, we share this simple, yet, profound message about the power of music.

“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.” -Bob Marley

Bob Marley

28 songs for 28 days and nights: A virtual togetherness of Reggae Month.

🎵“Could you be loved?” – Bob Marley

🎵“Still Blazing” – Albarosie

🎵“Fever” – Vybz Kartel

🎵”Murder she wrote” – Chaka Demus & Pliers

🎵“Lockdown” – Koffee

🎵“Soul Provider” – Romain Virgo

🎵“Lighter” – Shenseea

🎵“Good morning” – Gregory Isaacs

🎵“Firm and strong” – Popcaan

🎵“Double Trouble” – Beres Hammond

🎵“I see it in you” – Freddie McGregor

🎵“Who the cap fit” – Bob Marley

🎵“You can get it if you really want” – Jimmy Cliff

🎵“Sim Simma” – Beenie Man

🎵“Blessed” – Buju Banton

🎵”Get busy” – Sean Paul

🎵“Paradise plum” – Naomi Cowan

🎵“Mango” – Sevana

🎵”Zungguzungguguzeng” – Yellowman

🎵“I’ve got you babe” – Lucky Dube

🎵“Made in Africa” – Stephen Marley

🎵“Try Jah Love” – Third World

🎵“Never leave my pride” – Luciano

🎵“Strangers in the night” – Glen Washington

🎵“She’s royal “ – Taurrus Riley

🎵“I’m leaving” – Sizzla

🎵”Switch it up” – Protoje

That concludes our post of 28 songs for Reggae Music Month. Don’t forget to like and share your thoughts.

The Digital Value of the Haitian Carnival

Is the Carnival period the most prolific season of music production? Within one month, from January to February, inspiring artists delivered 872 pieces available to listen, download and share. This cultural tradition brings people together on the “béton” and on the net. How social is that?

Flanked with the theme “An nou fè Haïti reviv”,  the songs are  divided in eight categories: the Rap kreyol genre leads with 328 songs, followed by the Konpa genre with 136 units. Other categories include, Bandes à pied, Raboday, Racine, Ragga and Kanaval ti moun.

Although the requirements on songs’ acceptance are undefined, the majority of the meringues varies from five minutes to ten minutes. Held officially in Les Cayes, festivities sparked in Port-au-Prince as well as Gonaïves. After three days of music, dance, and auditive hallucination, the winners are Kreyol La and Roody Rood Boy.

Are you an emerging artist? Would you like to create, establish or expand your physical or digital presence?  Would you like to build your portfolio? We’d love to help you engage with your audience. We’re a local communications agency with bragging rights on Konpa music’s evolution. We’d like to hear from you. Contact us!

Until the next shuffle!  Keep on keeping on!


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