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March 8, 2011
1990's dancehall icon Norman Jackson aka Tiger is honored with a collection of his most favored, most collectable, most wanted hits from his high-flying though brief career. Tiger's unique vocal style and humorous approach made him one of dancehall's most memorable figures of the era. His contributions to stage performance and costume are still felt in dancehall today.
This collection of Tiger's Most Wanted hits features some of his biggest singles including "Ram Dance Hall," "Boombastic" and "Bam Bam."
Book Of Job
March 15, 2011
Reggae culture sensation Richie Spice is back with a brand new collection of signature hits on his new album Book Of Job, in stores and online on March 15, 2011. This, his fifth studio effort, is packed with 12 tracks of socially conscious roots reggae tunes that have made the entertainer an international staple for reggae lovers worldwide.
Teaming up with acclaimed reggae producer Donovan Germain for the majority of the album, including the smash singles "My Life" ("Street Life") and "Jah Never Let Us Down," Spice also enlists the talents of other top producers such as Shane Brown for "Serious Woman" and Stephen "Lenky" Marsden on "Yap Yap."
The first single from the album, "Black Woman," produced by Raging Fyah, sees Spice paying homage to women, a theme that is as trademark as his culture and conscious messages. The single and accompanying video are now enjoying airplay on reggae channels globally.
Covers For Reggae Lovers Vol. 2
March 22, 2011
Presenting a collection of reggae-fied love songs for music fans of all ages, Covers for Reggae Lovers Vol. 2 features a wide range of radio favorites from new and veteran reggae artists. This selection of 16-certified hits showcases the variety of musical styles influencing contemporary reggae and presents some of the most exciting new talent in the genre.
Featured performers include new comers Jordaine Bailey performing the Mary J. Blige hit "I Am," Sadiki performing the Eric Clapton hit "Tears In Heaven," Gary Lewin singing the recent Nelly single "Just A Dream" and New Kingston performing the Sugar Ray smash "Someday." Mature fans will recognize the Aswad classic "Don't Turn Around," as well as Maxi Priest and Richie Stephens reading of the Motown classic "Still Waters Run Deep," among other classic tunes in the set.
The Evolution of Dub Volume 6
March 21, 2011
Here is the penultimate in Greensleeves' critically acclaimed series of CD box sets that spotlights key moments in the evolution of dub. Volume 6 shines the spotlight on legendary producer and engineer Prince Jammy, one of the pivotal figures in the history of reggae music.
These four speaker-disturbing dub sets from the golden age of version include the previously unreleased Crucial In Dub, which rounds up many sought after dubs from the era. The three other sets Kamizaki Dub, Uhuru In Dub and Osbourne In Dub have long been regarded as dub classics, showcasing Prince Jammy putting Black Uhuru, Johnny Osbourne, Sugar Minott, among others, under heavy dub discipline.
The four albums are classically packaged in card sleeves and presented in a themed box, which also includes a 12-page booklet featuring rare photos and images, topped off by sleeve notes from reggae historian Noel Hawkes.
Ragga Ragga Ragga 2011
March 29, 2011
VP Records unleashes the hottest dancehall tracks to blaze the airwaves from the genre's top shottas on RAGGA RAGGA RAGGA 2011, dropping on March 29, 2011. This trend-setting compilation is known for breaking the latest tracks and featuring the biggest names currently in dancehall, and is a definitive compilation for fans on the cutting edge of this genre.
Featuring red-hot hits from the dancehall's biggest hit makers including Gyptian, Vybz Kartel , Buju Banton, I-Octane , Mavado, Di Genius, Chino, Spice, Elephant Man, Bounty Killer and more, RAGGA RAGGA RAGGA 2011 is bound to satisfy the appetite of any dancehall aficionado.
March 29, 2011
Assassin established himself among dancehall's first generation of crossover deejays (Sean Paul, Elephant Man, Mr. Vegas) with witty lyrics and original subject matter that made his tracks stand out among the pack.
He has had top entries on some of the biggest riddims of the past ten years, scoring tremendous mix show radio airplay and a solid reputation as a live performer.
This collection spans his ten years of recordings and celebrates the deejay with 12 of his best tracks and Most Wanted hits. Featured tracks include "Ruffest And Toughest" on the Diwali riddim, and recent hits "Hand Inna Di Air" and "Pre Dis."
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