Tad's Record Brings the Biggest Roots Reggae Hits on 'Roots Reggae Revivalists Vol.1' (Music Inside)


New York, NY (FOX FUSE) – Jamaican imprint Tad’s Record replenishes the roots reggae music movement with its latest release Roots Reggae Revivalists Vol. 1 – Various Artists, available worldwide in both digital and physical formats on April 24, 2015. Featuring the biggest names in reggae music currently, Roots Reggae Revivalists Vol. 1 sets the roots soundtrack for the year and is the only album where you will find all of your favorite reggae stars shining bright.

Jammed with 14 roots reggae gems, the compilation features the biggest songs from the top stars of the genre currently, including Chronixx with “Give Me A Try,” Tarrus Riley and Kabaka Pyramid with “Fly The Gate,” Sizzla with “Burn Schism,” Jah Cure with “Territory” and “Struggles,” I-Octane with “Jah Jah Mission,” Richie Spice with “Bad Weather,” Jesse Royal with “Singing the Blues” and I-Wayne with “Reggae Music/ Long Live Reggae,” just to name a few of the masterpieces on this must-have collection for roots reggae music lovers.

“Roots reggae music is back to take its rightful place,” states Tad Dawkins, President of Tad’s Record. “In the past three years, the reggae genre has shifted and we now see an abundance of quality roots music coming out. Roots Reggae Revivalists Vol. 1 presents top roots artist such as Chronixx, Kabaka Phyramid, Jah 9 and many more, and is a great album to release during this time.”

Roots Reggae Revivalists Vol. 1 is now available worldwide from all major digital retailers including iTunes and Amazon, and physical albums are available from selected stores globally, from Tad’s Record. For more information, please visit tadsrecord.com.

TRACK LIST

1. Tarrus Riley and Kabaka Pyramid - Fly The Gate
2. Iba Mahr - Babylon Debating
3. Jah Cure - Territory
4. Chezidek - Damage
5. Jah Bouks - Black Bwoy/ Let Mi Go
6. Jesse Royal - Singing the Blues
7. Sizzla - Burn Schism
8. Richie Spice - Bad Weather
9. Chronixx - Give Me A Try
10. I-Octane - Jah Jah Mission
11. I-Wayne - Reggae Music/ Long Live Reggae
12. Jah Cure - Struggles
13. Fanton Mojah - Dem Neva Know
14. Jah 9 - Avocado

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