Nneka To Release 'Soul Is Heavy'

Bob Marley - Second Most Popular Celebrity in 2011

Dub-Satsang by Mooji

Gentleman Call for More Message Music

Interview: Ken Boothe

Horace Andy is Being True to his Roots

I-Wayne - Tiny Desk Concert

Philip 'Fattis' Burrell Dead at 57

United Reggae Magazine #12 Available

Peter Tosh Symposium In Kingston

Rastafari Spiritualist 'Kojo' Dies

Ziggy Claims Jamaican Reggae Lacks Spirituality

An Interview with Mr. Boombastic

A Musical Revival on Jamaica's Other Coast

'Africa Unite' Projected Through Bob's Eyes

Hawaiian Band The Green Comes to L.A.

J Boog Has Second #1 Release

Distinguished Gentlemen of Reggae

Kiddus I's New Lease On Life

First Listen: Midnite's "Kings Bell"

Raging Fyah - Judgment Day

On-U Sound Celebrates 30 Years

Gregory Isaacs Volume II

Interview: Queen Ifrica

The Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music Introduced

David Katz Pens The Lives of Two Jamaicans

Midnite: New Album, Video

Johnny Clarke Still Rocking The Dance Floor

We Remember Gregory Album Review

Nneka Egbuna Making Waves

Interview: Johnny Clarke

Little Roy's Battle For Seattle

Leonard Dillon's 'Pioneer' Status Warranted

Interview: Taj Weekes

Jimmy Cliff: An Unauthorized Biography

Freddie McGregor Plays 50th Year Concer

Interview: Ray Darwin

Bob Andy: Unplugged

Rootz Underground: The Auditory Herb

New Label From the People Behind Blood & Fire

Mark Wonder Interview

Memories of Steely and Clevie

JR Productions Pressing Ahead

Q&A: Ziggy Marley

Smiley Culture's Family Vows to Fight On

A Decade of 'Riddim'

Tarrus Wins Marcus Garvey Award

When Dub Beats The Originals

The Irie State of Mind: Fortunate Youth

VP Mourns The Death of Joel Chin

Interview: Mafia & Fluxy

The Story of Trojan Records

Rasta Don't Work For no CIA

Uppsala Reggae Festival 2011

Progress Report: Jimmy Cliff

Lucky Dube's Daughter Holds up Music Legacy

Interview: Perfect

Jimmy Cliff Shares Wisdom

Pablo Moses Looks to His Rebirth

Music Industry Sexist Says Young Artiste

Reggae Artists Spread Famine Awareness Through Song

The Itals in Norfolk, Virginia

Interview: Phillip Fraser

Reggae Legend Peter Tosh's Legacy Grows

DJ Irie Dole: Reggae Advocate

Tosh Family Works for Equal Rights & Justice

David Rodigan's Dubwize Guide to Reggae

Reggae Summer Fest 2011

Beres Hammond Headlines Sumfest Night 2

Music's Top Notch Poet: LKJ

Stephen Marley: Keeping The Legacy Alive

Strong Roots Start To Iration Ites Recovery Series

Jamaican Music 50: Taking Control

Mallory Williams Makes A Comeback

Is There Still Rebel Music?

Peter Tosh: Reclaiming A Wailer

Reggae Man Rodigan Joins BBC Radio 2

There Is No Rebel

Romain Virgo on Second European Tour

Today's Standard Bearers

Where Is Reggae's Biggest Market?

Reggae Leader Needed

Sierra Nevada World Music Festival

Copeland Forbes to Release Reggae Book

Reharnessing the Power of Reggae Music

Stephen Marley Interview

Tribute to Joe Higgs

Reggae Film Festival Grows

The True Story of Mark Wonder Creating Waves in Europe

Reggae Report Takes to Cyberspace

Coco Tea Asks 'Weh De Reggae Deh?'

Toots & The Maytals Celebrate 50 Years

Andrea Davis Pushes for Brand Jamaican Plan

Leba Hibbert Unleashes "Intoxication"

What Osama Could Have Learned from Reggae

May is Minott's Month

Marcia Griffiths Interview

Lloyd Knibb ~ Jamaican Pioneer of Ska

Sierra Nevada World Music Festival is Upon Us

New Day Planned for Garnett Silk

Stephen Marley's Roots Revelation

Bunny Rugs to Release "Time"

Interview: Eric Monty Morris

Marley's Guitar for Grammy Museum

There's Something About Beres

Earl Sixteen Interview

Jamaica Journal Explores Country's History & Culture

Live Music Discussion Continues

Smiley Culture Remembered by Bovell & Rodigan

Tarrus & Muta on Race and History

Interview: Lady Saw

Interview: Etana

Mackasound Closes Its Doors

Remembering Jah Woosh

Interview: Richie Spice

Adrian Sherwood: The Man who Built Jamaica in the Midlands

'Driver' Buju Stopped

Reggae: A German Perspective

Little Hero Hopes for More Love

Tessanne & Tami Chin to Make Appearance Together

Makeda Dread: Reggae's Ambassador to San Diego

Miss Lou, Marley for National Heroes Says Ibo Cooper

The Roots of a Musical Movement

Clinton Fearon: Mi Deh Yah

Reggae: The Sound that Revolutionized Britain

Gramps Provides Soothing Reggae Performance

Initial Artists for SNWMF 2011 Announced

Lyricson Interview

Rebel Salute 2011

Alpheus Interview

Glen Washington Interview

Glen Adams Leaves Legacy of Greatness

Corruption In The Music

Pablo Moses Interview

Lloyd Brown Is A Cornerstone

Sonia Pottinger Leaves Rich Legacy

Tanya Unplugged Rocks With Stellar Performance

Ernie Smith & Big Youth get US Congressional Proclamations

The Mighty Diamonds: Powerful, Graceful and Uplifting

Museum to Showcase UK Reggae History

Bushman Interview

Duane Stephenson Honours Hillary Clinton

Reggae And Rebellion: Linton Kwesi Johnson

Cornell Campbell Still Fans Reggae's Flames

To Be Poor Is Indeed A Crime

Interview: Gappy Ranks

Alpha Blondy Is Back

Lucky Dube Remembered

The Congos Reverberate with JamDown

Flexing with Romain Virgo

Is Reggae Dying a Slow Death

Interview: NiyoRah

Mighty Diamonds Mark 41 Years In Reggae

Interview: Lutan Fyah

Buju's 'Till Shiloh' led 90s Reggae Revivial

Rototom Sunsplash 2010

Third World Continues Anniversary Tour

RALAK Ruled: Black Mountain Fest was 'Big Time'

Jimmy Cliff to Release Double CD on Trojan Records

Lee Perry & The Golden Age of Roots

Reggae Music from Ossie Dellimore

'Can't Stop A Man' Like Beres Hammond

Mutabaruka Examined as an Icon, Visionary

Toussaint's Reggae Soul

Black Gold by Duane Stephenson

Junior X Excited About Debut Album

Interview: Toussaint

Third World Releases Album: Patriots

Veteran Reggae Singers Honoured

Out Of Many: One Rawsoul People

Lee Perry & The Golden Age of Roots

I Grade Showcase Brings Vibes

Luciano Claims Innocence

Wailing Souls Interview

I Eye Grateful for Festival Experience

Steel Pulse Releases New Song for Haiti Charity

Claiming Garvey and Rastafari

Dancehall Replaces Smut with Quality

Luciano: I Didn't Harbour A Fugitive

Jahdan Blakkamoore Interview

Nneka Cooks Up Global Groove

Michael Rose Interview

Zo Catches Up With NiyoRah

Clinton Fearon Interview Part I Part II

Spotlight on Tarrus Riley

Encore for Boothe's 'Everything I Own'

Rocky Dawuni Rocks U.S. Charts

Reggae Respect for Queen Ifrica

Sister Nancy Burns Bright at Dub Club

Warrior King in San Francisco

I Grade Returns with Toussaint's Roots Album

Memorial Service for Claudius Linton

Prince Alla Interview Part I Part II

Interview: Sugar Minott

Interview: Don Carlos

Sugar Minott Continues to Groom the Next Generation

Interview: Zema

Bob Andy Sheds Tears for "I've Got To Go Back Home"

Reggae Sunsplash History Unlocked

Romain Virgo's Debut Album

Bunny Wailer Batters Down Unlawful Sentence

Anthony Cruz Coming Strong

Rita Marley's Studio Burnt

Marcia Griffiths & Queen Omega Tour

Blue Riddim to Release Album

Stevie Face to Rock England

The Harder They Come Returns to UK Stage

Dancehall Music's Catharsis

Interview: Junior Kelly

Sizzla Gets Farm, Settles in Zimbabwe

Sheila Hylton Still Taking Reggae to the World

Italy Kicks out Reggae Festival, Cites Ganja Use

Dennis Brown: the 'Crown Prince' of Reggae

Reggae Scene Holding Its Own In California

Neutral Sister Takes Center Stage

Taj Weekes Breaks the Reggae Music Mold

Traditional Reggae Acts Will Rise

Rootz Underground Ready for the World

Paying Homage to Jamaica's Rex Nettleford

Third World to Host Live Stream of Rehearsals

Interview: Chezidek

Oku Still Rebelling Against The System

Sugar Minott: When He Talks, the Scene Listens

Duane Stephenson Working on Saint Croix Project

Jr. Kelly hits the Campaign Trail with 'Red Pond'

Jamaican Museum to Focus on Island's Music

Wrong Address - Many Jamaicans Denied Jobs

Ziggy Pours Out His Passion in Dancehall Originators

Seaga's Jamaica? Absolutely!

Remembering the Work and Life of Garnett Silk

Feb. 23 Premier for Listen To The Call

Great Awards Season for Gramps Morgan

Jamaica Losing Its Grip on Reggae

Queen Ifrica Earns 9 Nominations at IRAWMA

Alborosie - On A Reggae Mission

The Harder They Come Musical To Tour England

Second Time Around for International Reggae Conference

Grammy Could Send Reggae The Polka Way

Easy Star All Stars' Lonely Heart's Dub Band

Reggae Virtuoso Alborosie to Tour US for the First Time

Third World's 35th Anniversary

Rock Steady Pioneer Lynn Taitt Dies in Montreal

Reggae Label Execs Raise Awareness Among Producers

Righteous Finger on Reggae Pulse

Vivian "Yabby You" Jackson Passes Away

Jamaica Music Museum ~ A Sample of What Can Be

Big Plans for Reggae Film Festival 2010

Rising Star: Romain Virgo

Tony Rebel Makes Plea to Cleanse Dancehall

African Consciousness in Reggae Reflects in the Name

VP Records to Release Henry 'Junjo' Lawes - Volcano Eruption

Looking at the Revolutionary Wordsmith: Linton Kwesi Johnson

Dancehall '09 Highs and Lows

Rebel Salute Welcomes New Talent

The Beat Stops

Jamaican Acts Finding It More Difficult To Get Into Some Countries

Roots Revealers Ready To Conquer The Reggae World

Jimmy Cliff Gets Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Nod

Alborosie Releases 'Escape From Babylon'

Alpha Blondy in Israel to visit 'big brother Jesus'

Marley Sons Head Grammy Nominations

Tarrus Riley: Straight From The Heart

2009 Reggae Grammy Nominations

A retrospective look at the life and legacy of Sonny Bradshaw

Jimmy Cliff in Good Stead with Rock Hall Of Fame Nomination

Youssou N'Dour's Reggae Album

Reggae Album Sales Plummet

Etana Embarks on Explosive Promotional Tour

Gaza v. Gully - Time to Take Ownership of Our Young

1980 Movie: 'Rockers' Still Has Cult Following

Musicians Pay Tribute To Sonny Bradshaw

Cory Harris Has A Colorful CD, Show

Reparations Commission Moves With Rhythmn

Ken Boothe Holds On With 'Never Let Me Go'

Sonia Pottinger Gains Control of Treasure Isle Catelog

The Gleaner Honour Awards ~ 2009

Featured Artist: Yasus Afari

Reggae Honors for The Mighty Diamonds

Sonny Bradshaw's Important Musical Legacy

Reggae Songstress Etana on a Mission

Morgan Heritage's Gramps Morgan

Dancehall Producers & Artists Need to Clean up Their Acts

Groundation Travels the World Spreading Reggae With a Message

Major Mackerel Attacked by Sword

Serious Reggae Time with Gyptian

Lost Legends of Reggae

Freddie McGregor, Ken Boothe & Sugar Minott Honoured at 'Irie Jamboree'

Taj Weekes and Adowa Wins 'Best Reggae Album' Award

Steely Leaves Indelible Mark on Dancehall

Etana Spreads Her Wings

Sonia Pottinger inks online distribution deal

Barrington Levy to Perform for 40,000 in Japan

'Lioness On The Rise' - Queen Ifrica - Music, Message, Mission!

Jamaican Classic 'The Harder They Come' Becomes a Stage Musical

Reggae Singer With a Legacy, a Following and a Mission

Una Morgan Set To Release Album

Gramps Morgan Rocks The Reggae World

Max Romeo's Last Hurrah

Derrick Harriot, Dean Fraser & Phyllis Dillon to Receive OD Award

'Electric Boogie' Strikes After 10 Years

Mutabaruka's 50 Most Influential Jamaican Recordings

Aswad Reunites for Island's 50th Anniversary

Julian Marley Prepares to Release "Awake"

Denroy Morgan Sings Blessings & Praise on New Album

I Kong Signs Record Deal with Tropical / Sunset Records

New Roots In the Bronx For a Lion of Reggae

Easy Star All Stars - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Dub Band

Blackwell Cops Prestigious Music Award

New Book, Exhibit Presents Rare Photos of Bob Marley

Worrell King Demands End To Hypocrisy

Lord Give Me Strength - Taxing Time For Luciano

Trio Convicted of Murdering Lucky Dube

Japanese 'Dub' Jamaica

Of Hypocrisy and the Noise Abatement Act

Scratch Came, Scratch Saw, Scratch Conquered

Reggae Band Covers Beatles' album 'Sgt. Peppers'

Buju Banton's "Rasta Got Soul" to be Released Next Month

Stephen Marley: Reggae, Guitars & His Father's Legacy

Ziggy Marley "Family Time" for Kids

Bob Marley Photographic Exhibition Opens in Washington, DC

Spear Burning Over Yonder

Bob Marley's Family Sells Out

Burning Spear is Caribbean's Lone Grammy Winner

Mutabaruka Lashes Out Against 'Daggering' Tunes

Reggae Month Launched

Sly & Robblie Still In The Game

Nuff Love for Lutan Fyah's Africa

EME to Honour 'Friends of Reggae'

What A Revelation

Reggae Community Marks Birthday for Bob Marley

The Mystic World of Augustus Pablo

Celebrating Reggae Month 2009

Marley & Clapton Named Most Iconic Les Paul Players

Sgt Pepper Dubs It Reggae Style

The Marley Clan Can

Linton Kwesi Johnson and The Eloquence of Rioters

A Reggae 'Queen' Is Crowned

A Conversation With Burning Spear

Lutan Fyah Aims for the Big 'Bus' in '09

Rebel Salute 2009 - Showcasing The Best Jamaican Music

Marley And You: Chicago's Reggae Scene

Of Reggae Awards

France Said to be Biggest Reggae Country Outisde Jamaica

The 'Rebel-ation' Continues

Shaggy & Friends Raise 27M for Bustamante Hostpital

Coco Tea & Steel Pulse to Present at Inauguration

Reissue Market Still Vibrant

Ansel Collins Finds 'Sounds of Reggae'

Marley's Mentor 'Tata' Passes Away

Toots Ruled The Road In 2008

Gambia President Jammeh Receives Sizzla

The Jury Still Out On Sting

Queen Ifrica - Entertainer Of The Year

Rebel Salute 2K9 Salutes Barack Obama

Red Stripe to Sponsor Stage Shows Again?

A Third Album from Tarrus Riley

CD Release Honors Reggae's Crown Prince

What Does Beres Hammond's Music Mean to You

Battle Erupts Over Marley's Guitar

Reggaelution Delivers The Performances

Burning Spear Receives His 11th Grammy Nomination

Reggae Marathon 2009 Takes The World Stage

Gramps Goes Solo

Etana a Change From the Usual Reggae Scene

Beres Hammond Releases 25th CD

Queen Ifrica Speaks Truth To Power

RaggaMuffins Long Beach 2008 Slide Show Added

VP Records Purchases Greensleeves

Ali Campbell Quits UB40 after 30 Years

The Harder They Come Voted Among Best SoundTracks Ever

Luky Dube Shot Dead in Johannesburg

Greensleeves: A Dream that Endured

Jah Cure's True Reflections

2006 Grammy Winner: Ziggy Marley

Africa Unite, The Film, Makes its Festival Debut

Perry Henzel - Director of 'The Harder They Come' succumbs to cancer

Smile Orange For California

Mutabaruka named Artiste-In-Residence at US College

Jr. Gong Scores Grammy Double

Sierra Nevada World Music Festival Moving to Boonville

Reggae Grammy award could be split into Dancehall and Roots

Dennis Brown Tribute.....'Heaven at Oakton Park'

Leroy Sibblies Birthday Bash

Mutabaruka Book Launching: 'Double-Barrelled' poetry book launched at Sangster's

Entertainers Must Organize Themselves: Cocoa Tea bemoans the state of the reggae music industry.

It's Good Over Evil for Turbulence: Singer Triumphantly launches his solo career.

Toots, Jimmy Cliff, Sly & Robbie, Steel Pulse and Def Jamaica vie for Best Reggae Album

Errol 'ET' Thompson dies: Legendary engineer considered to be one of Jamaica's greates ever.

Human Rights Watch Claims Gays Abused In JA: 81 page report rips Jamaica for treatment of homosexuals.

Luciano kicks off 'Serious Times' Tour: The United Nations will bestow its Great Esteem Award on veteran Jamaican singer Marcia Griffiths.

United Nation Honours Marcia Griffiths: The United Nations will bestow its Great Esteem Award on veteran Jamaican singer Marcia Griffiths.

Michael Rose Returns to Black Uhuru: Micahel Rose and Duckie Simpson have burried their differences and have agreed to reunite as Black Uhuru once again.

Warrior King brings message of love: Warrior King remains steadfast and true to his beliefs of bringing the messages of love and righteousness in his music.

Pandemonium at 'Sting'... again: At least 20 persons were injured when pandemonium broke out as dawn rose over the infamous Sting concert.

The Tale of Many Morgans: Gleaner article on Denroy Morgan and his children who form the groups LMS and Morgan Heritage.

Feeling The Pinch of Piracy: Jamaica's record industry is reeling from the weight of pirated records.

2003 Grammys Announced: The nominations for this year's Grammys were announced on December 4th. Vote for your choice to receive the award and who you believe should have been nominated. 

C-MAD's 12 Step Program for Music: Mickey Bennett and his Caribbean Management and Artiste Development (CMAD) have a program to ensure that musicians are competent and comfortable ambassadors for both reggae and dancehall music.

Making Money From Rastas: Gleaner commentary from Melville Cooke on the exploitation of rastafari in Jamaica.

Top Artists Set to Rock Poetry Society: The Poetry Society of Jamaica is recording a History of Jamaican Poetry CD.

Iley Dread Launches New CD: Colin 'Iley Dread' Levy's new album "Unite The People" has been released by VP Records.  This 17 track album includes combinations with Marcia Griffiths, U-Roy, Chrisinti, Norris Man, Warrior King, Nikki Burt, Anthony B, Capleton, Sizzla and more.

Mutabaruka Speaks Out: Cutting Edge excerpt of Mutabaruka's reaction to the recent Gleaner article "Rastas Need To Stop Dreaming". 'Rastas Need to Stop Dreaming' Article Letter to Editor Why Persecute Rasta?

Lehbanchuleh Goes Solo: Lehbanchuleh's first solo album "Claim The Joy", which has been in the works since 2001, will be released in Jamaica next month.

CapeFest 2004: Massive celebration planned to commemorate 10 years of democracy in South Africa.

Sean Paul Wins 'Best New Artist' Award: Dancehall sensation Sean Paul has been given the "BEST NEW ARTIST" award at MTV Europe Music Awards.

Celebrating 100 Years of U.S.-Ethiopia Relations: A two-day academic conference at Stanford University will be held to commemorate the centennial of diplomatic relations between the United States and Ethiopia. Speakers will include Professor Robert A. Hill, Lindsey Herbert and Professor Ayele Bekerie.

Anthony B Reigns at Dance All Rock: Anthony B earns three encores for his brilliant performance at Barrington Levy's 'Dance All Rock' concert.

Beres Rules at Dance All Rock: Despite admirable performances by several artistes, 'Dance All Rock' on Saturday night was stolen by a man who it seems has never flopped on a show.

BVI Rastafari Turtle Dove Deliverance Organization to host 9th CRO Conference: Luciano, Mikey General, Dean Frasier and Jah Messenjah Band will perform at this conference whose theme is “Rastafari the Law & Human Rights”