Reggae Jammin' Vol. 4 - Various Artists - Tad`s Record Inc
Release Date: October 13, 2017.
‘Unpredictable yet Delightful’ is the most suitable description for ‘Reggae Jammin Vol.4”.
Tad’s Record took a different approach for the 4th edition of its popular ‘Reggae Jammin’ series. Rather than compiling only Reggae tracks, Tad’s Record has enhanced the flavor with two steamy Dancehall tracks: Aidonia’s ‘Yeah Yeah’ and Mavado’s ‘Fresh Cash’.
Embracing a wide variety of sounds and styles, Reggae Jammin Vol.4 features Jamaica’s most consistent hit makers including Tarrus Riley, Jah Cure, Chronixx, Etana, to Mavado and I-Octane.
Reggae Jammin Vol.4 makes listeners feel comfortable regardless of gender, race, or creed. This album showcases its appreciation and respect for everyone, and encourages people to fully embrace themselves despite of societal pressures to fit a specific mold, with tracks like Just the Way You Are, Prettiest Thing, Stronger, I’m Chosen and Dread.
A new generation of Reggae artists have recently emerged on the scene; offering a rejuvenating sound to the genre and each of these artistes is creating their own ripple in the industry. Two such artists are feature on this various artists compilation: Ladi Ali, and Shorti I; making their debut on this noteworthy compilation.
This is a must have CD for all Reggae enthusiasts, definitely authentic Reggae music for you to Jam to.
Written by: Chanta – Gay HibbertTrack listing
Just The Way You Are – Tarrus Riley
My Man - Etana
Pressure We Hard – Jah Cure
Stronger - Alaine
Prettiest Thing – Christopher Martin
I’m Chosen – Singer J
Fresh Cash - Mavado
Yeah Yeah - Aidonia
Nuh Falla (Bad Company) – D-Medz
Too Much Blood – I-Octane
I Don’t Got It – Richie Spice
Dread - Chronixx
Versatile – I-Wayne featuring Kabaka Pyramid
Like Yesterday - Revalation
Heart Broken – Lady Ali
Good News – Hezron
Loose Control – Annette Brissett
Ram Dance Master – Brigadier Jerry
Lady May I – Prince Malachi
African’s Repatriation – Shorti-I
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