Reggae Music Running Things now in 2013
Reggae Music Running Things now in 2013 - Ever since Kool Herc brought Jamaican sound system culture to the Bronx and birthed a billion-dollar industry called hip-hop, dancehall reggae has been the ghost in the American urban music machine.
From island-flavored beats to yardie slang, Jamaican music has always
exerted a profound if under-recognized influence on genres ranging from
rap to R&B, rock, and pop. EDM? That was invented in Jamaica too.
Whether it was Yellowman and Run-D.M.C., Shabba Ranks and
KRS-ONE, or Super Cat and Biggie Smalls, collaborations between
dancehall and hip-hop artists have been going on for a long while now.
These things go in cycles—the last big explosion began around 2002 when
Sean Paul, Elephant Man, and Wayne Wonder flooded the airwaves with raw
But in the past year there has been an explosion
of something a little bit different. While a handful of Jamaican
artists like Mr. Vegas and Konshens have enjoyed Stateside radio play,
droves of international artists are incorporating elements of dancehall
style into their own—a mountain of mash-up.
From Snoop Lion to Selena Gomez, reggae seems to be everywhere this summer. Even televised award
shows are getting in on the act. In an effort to make sense of the
trend and what it means for actual Jamaican music, we've rewound back
through the past several months to separate the yardcore from the
Written by Rob Kenner (@boomshots)
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