Jamaican Christmas music dancehall and reggae music Carols

Jamaican Christmas Music..Many of the traditional Christmas songs dancehall and reggae music carols can be heard on the radio across the island at Christmas time.

Christmas Music and Sorrel Drink

As usuall, Jamaicans have to put their own spin and meaning to traditional songs and creating new songs.

Some songs are done in the native language patois, which creates or excites the mood even more.

Don't forget our ever popular hardcore dancehall and reggae rhythms.

Here are a few of the best Jamaican christmas music that will dish you your share of laughter.

---Santa Ketch inna Mango Tree

(translate) Santa is caught in a mango tree.

---Mek the christmas ketch you inna good mood.

(translate) Let the christmas greet you in a good mood. Meaning you should not be sad at this time of year.

Some of the Jamaican artist who sings/dj dancehall christmas songs boasts of the things to do at Christmas, the things they have, who gets the most girls, bashment and Passa Passa.

Reggae carols have some Rastafarian influence they are loving, slower than dancehall and more on the traditional side.

Some of our most outstanding artiste have CDs in stores with lovable Jamaican Christmas songs.

Get your own copy and feel the vibes...

This Is one of our favorite!

"Breadfruits roasting an on open fire,mongrels nipping at your toes, dancehall songs being sung by a choir an we dress up in we bashment clothes.

Everybody knows when gungo cook an sorrel l flow, yu dun know seh season brite, gal an bwoy wid dem starlight a glowdem nah go waan fe sleep tonite. Dem know sey joyride deh pon the way.

With music, rockin' rockin thru de day an all the chicken dem a try fi spy fi see is which one a dem gwine to fry.

An so, we want to big up everyone, All kidz from one to 92, All thou money dun, Have hole heap a fun.

Irie Christmas, Irie Christmas...to you."

When this song is performed the laughter, joy and togetherness it brings is never to be missed.

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