Papa Fz - More Life - Vol 3 mixtape
On the occasion of the 120th Earthday celebration of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, King Of Kings, Lord Of Lords, Conquering Lion of Judah, and the 50th Anniversary of Jamaica Independance - Papa Fz presents a 120 minute - 50 track selection of current roots + culture reggae singles and album tracks that are promoting the original vibes and real message.
Please support these artists and buy these tunes, almost all of them are available for sale on digital and the few that aren't you can buy on vinyl! REGGAE MUSIC LIVES!
Blessed Love - Solomonic Sound System
1) Don't Be Afraid - Daweh Congo - Single - Jonahgold / Jah Youth Productions - 2011
2) Burn Down Sodom - I Wayne - Life Teachings - VP - 2011
3) Reggae Music Lives - Gramps Morgan - Reggae Music Lives - Dadason Entertainment - 2012
4) Youths A Live Up - Richie Spice - Heavenless Riddim - fat eyes - 2012
5) Bad Weather - Richie Spice - Long Days Short Nights Riddim - Xterminator - 2011
6) Singing The Blues - Jesse Royal - Long Days Short Nights Riddim - Xterminator - 2011
7) Burn Dem Schism - Sizzla - Long Days Short Nights Riddim - Xterminator - 2011
8) Fight It - Tony Curtis - Fight It - EP - Gregory Zigo Mavridorakis - 2011
9) Back To Our Roots - Luciano - Go Getta Riddim - Grillaras Productions - 2011
10) Selecta - Rayvon - Kingston 13 Riddim - Ranch Entertainment - 2012
11) Reggae Morning - Gyptian - Kingston 13 Riddim - Ranch Entertainment - 2012
12) Live Your Life (Raw) - Yung Juggz - Kingston 13 Riddim - Ranch Entertainment - 2012
13) Low The Guns - J Boog - Kingston 13 Riddim - Ranch Entertainment - 2012
14) JAH JAH NEVER LET I DOWN - Pressure - Try A Little Smile Riddim - fat eyes - 2011
15) Skanking and Rocking (ft Protoje) - Da Professor - The Laboratory - Don Corleon - 2012
16) HOTTEST HOTHEAD - BUSY SIGNAL - Throw Me Corn Riddim - HOT COFFEE MUSIC - 2012
17) MADDEST TING - Gappy Ranks - Throw Me Corn Riddim - HOT COFFEE MUSIC - 2012
18) Hustler Story - DOLAMITE - Conversation Riddim - Peckings - 2011
19) My Heart Cries - Ky-Mani Marley - Every Tongue Shall Tell Riddim - Penthouse - 2012
20) Reggae Music Again - Busy Signal - Reggae Music Again - Juke Boxx Productions - 2012
21) Reggae to the Bone (ft. Lymie Murray) - Singing Melody - They Call Me Mr. Melody - Mixing Lab - 2012
22) Dancehall Stylee - Mark Wonder & Al Pancho - Redeemer Riddim Selection - Oneness Records - 2011
23) Giving Praises - Fantan Mojah - Redeemer Riddim Selection - Oneness Records - 2011
24) Bag a Herbs - Lutan Fyah - Redeemer Riddim Selection - Oneness Records - 2011
25) Sour Diesel - Delly Ranx - Long Life RIddim - Bread Back Productions - 2012
26) Babylon is On The Prowl - Nesbeth - Long Life RIddim - Bread Back Productions - 2012
27) Mama Make Me Deh So - Sizzla - Long Life RIddim - Bread Back Productions - 2012
28) Groundation Feeling - Ras Myrhdak - Groundation Day Riddim - HUMBLE CAMP PRODUCTIONS - 2011
29) Old Vibes - Fyakin - Bomboflow Riddim - Upsetta Records - Flow Productions - 2011
30) Could A Run Away (ft Delly Ranx) - Gappy Ranks - Could A Run Away (Single) - PURE MUSIC - 2011
31) Roots Of All Evil - Million Stylez - Bellyfull Riddim - Furybass - 2011
32) Babylon System - Yami Bolo - Bellyfull Riddim - Furybass - 2011
33) Start a Fyah - Chronixx - Game Theory Riddim - Funky Dividends - 2012
34) Games They Play - Ras Indio and Jahmali - Game Theory Riddim - Funky Dividends - 2012
35) Pon Di Wings - Kabaka Pyramid ft. Italo Skarcha - Game Theory Riddim - Funky Dividends - 2012
36) Our Time Come (ft Don Corleon) - Protoje - Our Time Come - Don Corleon - 2011
37) THE RETURN - Morgan Heritage - The Return - JUKE BOXX PRODUCTIONS - 2012
38) Rub A Dub Market - Luciano - Rub-A-Dub Market - Irie Vibrations - 2011
39) Mama Sey - Romain Virgo - ROCK & COME EEN RIDDIM - DALTON LEITH - 2012
40) STOP SHOW OFF - Busy Signal - ROCK & COME EEN RIDDIM - DALTON LEITH - 2012
41) LEAVE MI HERBS - Exco Levi - ROCK & COME EEN RIDDIM - DALTON LEITH - 2012
42) ONLY A FOOL - Richie Stephens - ROCK & COME EEN RIDDIM - DALTON LEITH - 2012
43) WORD, SOUND & POWER - Torch - ROCK & COME EEN RIDDIM - DALTON LEITH - 2012
44) RASTA GOT SOUL - Fantan Mojah - THINK TWICE RIDDIM - WARRIORS MUSIC - 2011
45) RASTAFARI LEADS THE WAY - Lutan Fyah - THINK TWICE RIDDIM - WARRIORS MUSIC - 2011
46) I CAN WE CAN - Luciano - THINK TWICE RIDDIM - WARRIORS MUSIC - 2011
47) OH LORD - Sir Ford - THINK TWICE RIDDIM - WARRIORS MUSIC - 2011
48) THINK TWICE - Duane Stephenson - THINK TWICE RIDDIM - WARRIORS MUSIC - 2011
49) You Save Me - junior x & alborosie - Slavery Days Riddim - REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS - 2012
50) You Save Me Riddim [instrumental] - version - Slavery Days Riddim - REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS - 2012
Chronixx - They Don't Know
This young artist has been in our sights for a while now. He has had a few big tunes such as Start A Fyah, Beat & A Mic, and Capitalists. This one however seals the deal. He is a cultural force to be reckoned with. It is also refreshing to see a new generation of artists putting in the work, and promoting conscious lyrics that encourage the youths to live a clean and righteous life. Keep up the hard work Chronixx!
Remember, if you want the artists to keep making good good culture music like this, you must send them some love and support the thing! Buy it on iTunes here.
Director, Photo & Edit: Jonas Andréen - Lynx Pictures. Music prod: Lance-A-Lot Productions
Jah9 - New Name
Beautiful new tune from the Empress. Hailing up His Majesty properly. Big respect to Rory for his productions with Jah9, we look forward to hearing the album drop soon!
Morgan Heritage - The Return
Another big one for lovers of authentic reggae music! Morgan Heritage has teamed up with Shane Brown's Jukeboxx for a ruff & tuff declaration of the takeover of the scene from the slackness vampires, and return to the original roots & culture messages that the people need to guide them in the right direction.
Kabaka Pyramid - new culture artist
We recently discovered another brand new artist that has the right vibes to carry the culture banner forward.
Kabaka Pyramid's debut EP (Download for free on bandcamp) features 10 tracks of tuff roots sound with a bit of jazzy and hip hop spice to it. Not so much that it sounds like the watered down international pop sound that permeates most Jamaican production nowadays, but a fresh take on updating the classic roots sound.
Much of the production is sample based, so I feel like I am hearing the roots of hip hop again - with a new generation sampling the previous classics and blending them into a brand new someting.
Message wise, we are treated to a selection of positive cultural brain food, and lyrically this youth will have your head spinning as you take it all in.
I almost feel like I am listening to Black Star's first album, but from the perspective of a concious roots reggae Rastafari artist in Jamaica.
Favorite tracks are "The Sound", "Prophecy", and the tune for the empress's "I Alone" - which if given a chance on commercial urban radio would be a instant crossover hit.
We are definitely looking forward to hearing more from this soldier!