Monthly Archives: December 2005

Sean Paul releases new music video “Temperature”

Sean Paul Temperature Music Video

Sean Paul releases new video off his hot new album The Trinity. Check out the new Sean Paul “Temperature” video courtsey of VP/Atlantic.

To view this great dancehall reggae music video and more reggae music videos please follow this link:

http://www.bigupradio.com/musicvideos.jsp

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Reggae CD Review – Strictly The Best 33

Strictly The Best 33

Album: Strictly The Best 33
Artist: Various
Label: VP
Reviewer:
LeanneClifford
Rating: 4/5

This album contains 15 tracks of Strictly the Best and current dancehall. So its time to tuck in ya belly and begin rubber dubbin !!

First of all ive got to mention and Give Respect to Wayne Marshall and the supreme track “The Right Herb”. I was pleasantly surprised to hear the night nurse riddim accompanying Marshalls lyrics.

Respect!!

Then there’s Left Side & Esco – “Tuck in u Belly”, a huge tune right now and the riddims used on the album again by Buju Banton on the track “Me Too Bad”.
I cant get enough of Buju and his material, such a distinguished, truly talented man who i’ve worshipped for over 10 years and rightly so deserves Copious ammounts of love in this review.

He appears again on this album along side Anthony Cruz on the Track “Too Bloody”, Sweet, Sweet tune which everybody should have in there collection.

I’m gonna stop there and leave the rest of the album as a surprise…

Over all, the album is consistant, with some tough tunes and well respected artists. Enjoy !!

CD Review: Bob Marley and The Wailors – Africa Unite: The Single Collection

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Album: Africa Unite: The Single Collection (20 Tracks)
Artist: Bob Marley & The Wailors
Genre: Roots
Label: Island/Tuff Gong
Reviewer:
Jah Live (Dreadvibration Crew)
Rating: 5/5

First of all I want to say, that I am really and truly Honoured to be writing this review.

Give thanks to di Father high above and to those in Zion whom I Love! Selah.

I man first record Reggae wise ,whas the 12? inch version of No Woman No Cry (Live version 1975 Island Records) so much feelin set tears inna mi eye’s.(Thanx Mom fi buying it fi I) cause it really changed my life. And when in the same year the album Live came out,well that one really hooked I up foriva! Recorded at the lyceum on the 18th july 1975 in London. Di Live recording been done by Rolling Stones Mobile. Well Bredda Bob stone went on rolling Jah Know! With albums like: Exodus (1977), Babylon By Bus (1978), Kaya (1978), Rastaman Vibration (1978), Survival (1979), Uprising (1980) and so many more, he conquered the world and paved the way for so many artist now a day’s to spread Jah Message all over di world.

Yeah mon, Bredda Bob put Reggae music, Rastafarians an Jamaica pon di map! Firm!

Still a great inspirator to many many artists,in fact ‘all’ People. A great artist to many a prophet to a whole heap a Bredren an Sistren, including Iself. Really an Truly Love n Raspec mi Bredda Bob! An I man so happy with this new album called,…Africa Unite-The singles Collection, released on November 8 this year 2005. Soul Rebel, Lively Up Yourself, Trenchtown Rock, Get Up Stand Up and No Woman No Cry, all a dem deh pon dis album.

An a few new surprising tracks, SLOGANS, mi never hear it before an it Wicked just like the last track on dis ya album. A remix version of Get Up Stand Up ,called Stand Up Jamrock done by Ashley Reedle. WICKED!

Bredda Bob lives, him cyaan dead for Rasta never die. Him a live on thrue him music an inna di Hearts of I an I. For I an I is Jah Children whom a praise I Most High, Rastafariii! Raspec an Love to dis Man, The Honourable Robert Nesta Marley (Bredda Bob), di Marley Family, an all a yuh. May yuh enjoy dis ya album as much as I do.

Love to yuh ALL, Love that cometh from di Most High, Ababajonoi I,…Rastafari.   Bless !

                                              I Jahlive I

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CD Review: Maxi Priest – 2 The Max

Album: 2 The Max
Artist: Maxi Priest
Genre: Roots
Label: Relentless
Reviewer:
Jah Live (Dreadvibration Crew)
Rating: 5/5

Dem first two tune really set yuh inna di mood for some T.L.C. by candlelight. Maxi Priest as sweet as honey like always. Third tune a go tek yuh Skankin. And so it goes on on dis ya album that is o so sweet, that it will probebly give yuh honeysweet fingers when yuh buy it! But that’s dis man music for yuh….SWEET.

Sight up di man once pon di Summerjam Festival inna Germany where he performed along with other artists like Burning Spear an Culture , in front of 50 to 60,000 people (one mountain full a people o yes it was really pon a mountain!) and he gave them what they came for. I Saw all a dem lovers cling together an felt di Love on di mountain iya. (Great feelin…Lovin Vibes!!!)

Bought I first album by dis man in 1987 called Maxi Priest,that is produced by Willie Lindo and Sly & Robbie. With tunes like, Goodbye To Love Again, Same Old Story, Marcus, Some Guys Have All The Luck and of course WILD WORLD is also on dis ya album! And I must must be true…I like dis ya version better! Along whith tunes like,…Believe in Love, Tender Touch, Fields, Sweat A ’Go Buss (an wi all know wa dat mean), Like I do,Wildfire a.o.,…dis ya one a definitely worth checking, Mi tell yuh!

Yuh know di place fi get it, so I man advice…go get deh!

                                 Lovin Ites to yuh all an Jah Bless,…Always.

                                              I Jahlive I
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