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Posted on 21st April 2009 by Reggaelifestyle

The writers of will not be updating the website with any new posts temporarily. This is being done in order to channel all time, effort and resources to the major website of the Heatray Media website group and a few of it’s upcoming projects. will return in the near future to continue it’s goal to provide information about what is happening on the reggae scene in Jamaica and as we grow we will expand and cover the hot reggae spots and events all over the globe such as New York, Miami, London, Yokohama, Tokyo and other places.

A big thanks to all those who have supported this website and we’ll be back to serve you again soon!

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Posted on 30th November 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

On December 6th 2008 thousands of party goers and reggae music fans from all walks of life will converge on the Liguanea Club on Knutsford Boulevard. It’s A Reggaelution is a new event that is expected to be a yearly affair. In it’s inaugural staging the likes of Buju Banton, Etana, Taurus Riley and Roots Underground will be the headlining acts with Arif “Supa Coop” Cooper & Delano from Renaissance sound system present to ensure that there is never a let up on the vibes and musical excitement.

it\'s a reggaelution flyer


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Posted on 28th November 2008 by Reggaelifestyle is a very popular online reggae music and entertainment magazine. The United Reggae Awards is a fan voted award hosted by that invites website visitors to the website to vote on and recognize those working hard to keep Reggae music vibrant.

united reggae wards 2008

Voting for the 2008 awards has opened and any recording released between 1st January 2008 and 31st December 2008 is eligible for the 2008 awards and voting closes January 31 2009. [...]

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Posted on 27th November 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

VP Record’s popular reggae music compilation series “Strictly the Best” has received a new volume. release. Strictly The Best Vol. 39 contains 17 of the most well received reggae and dancehall songs in recent months.

strictly the best volume 39 vp records

Tracks such as “Overcome” by Movado, “Another Bill Again by Tony Rebel, “Nuh Linga” by Elephant Man and “Love You Like That” by Beres Hammond do well to offer a varied serving of Jamaica’s music that will please any fan. [...]

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Posted on 11th October 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

A stalwart of Jamaica’s music industry, Alton Ellis is dead. Mr. Ellis, who was one of the key contributors to the development of the ska and rock steady era, died Friday night in a London Hospital. Mr. Ellis who was 64 had been battling cancer for several months. Alton Ellis is generally revered as one of the greatest and most soulful singers Jamaica has ever produced. The singer was born in Kingston in 1944, and grew up in the Trench Town area as part of a musically inclined family.

In his early teens, Ellis was one half of the duo “Alton & Eddie” with fellow singer Eddie Perkins. In 1958, after winning a prominent talent show, they recorded the single “Muriel,” for Coxsone Dodd at Studio One, which became a substantial hit. Not long after cutting the follow-up “My Heaven,” Perkins left for the United States, leaving Ellis to establish himself as a solo act in Jamaica. In 1962, Duke Reid took Ellis to his Treasure Isle label where he mined several of his best known hits recording with a backing trio, The Flames which included his brother Leslie Ellis. [...]

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Posted on 26th September 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

Check out the video for Beres Hammond’s “I Feel Good” off his album A Moment in Time now available for digital download or in stores October 14th.

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Posted on 21st September 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

The new hit-making force in Jamaican music doesn’t live in the steamy downtown ghettos Bob Marley made famous but on a leafy residential road high on a hill here, in the upscale neighborhood Havendale, St. Andrews. Just 18, Stephen McGregor, also known as Di Genius, is a member of one of reggae’s reigning families: the clan of the veteran singer Freddie McGregor.

Stephen McGregor in the Studio

Big iron gates slowly swing open to reveal a yard with a raised, shaded area designed for playing dominoes. Inside a large villa narrow wooden stairs behind the living room lead up to Big Ship Studio, named after Freddie’s 1981 worldwide hit. With its richly colored walls hung with framed awards and its big black leather couch, Big Ship feels like a cozy clubhouse outfitted with huge speakers and a mixing desk. Here Stephen, who is known as the studio’s Captain, swivels around in an office chair, punctuating a chat by flicking a fader and unleashing yet another monster hit like Sean Paul’s “Watch Dem Roll” and “Always on My Mind,” his collaboration with Da’Ville. [...]

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Posted on 13th September 2008 by Reggaelifestyle recently had an interview with world famous Dancehall artist and Jamaican Sean Paul entitled 13 Questions With Sean Paul. On behalf of, I want to congratulate you on all your success so far, especially for The Trinity topping the reggae charts. So tell me about the album…

Sean Paul: My latest album is called The Trinity, and it is an album [that was] three years in the making… it’s also my third album. It represents the young entertainers and producers of Jamaica. So, that’s the reason I called it The Trinity. Everybody who appears on the album is an entertainer or an artist who’s been in the game for over five years, so I feel confident in their work… I was living [in Jamaica], I was looking at the tasks I had to accomplish to produce a new album, and wanted to give people back the same energy and synergy… I wanted to know, “what’s up,” and when I looked around, I saw the young kids from Jamaica. They reminded me of myself 10 years ago. So I’m working with them right now on this album.

Sean Paul


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Posted on 12th September 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

Yeah!! Christ feed the multitude wid only one loaf a bread

Christ feed the multitude wid only one loaf a bread!
Poor people there is something for you dont let the pressures of the system
Get upon ya head, Poor people there is something for you

Mankind cares not for his sisters anymore, still there is something for you
Writen in the the book of live we shall live forever more,
There will be something for…

Rasta works a manifest an it a blossom an a bloom,
Nature always run it course the tide is rising wit the moon,
It only take a spark to put a fyah to da fume,
What is hidden in the dark shall be revealed so very soon,
Tell Pharoah free the prisoners from the dungeon an the doom,
Tell di youths fi natty-dread an babylon put dem inna platoon,
Di trials an di perils deepa dan di blue lagoon,
Dem nuh wan fi nuh dem history yuh nuh see say dem a goon [...]

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Posted on 3rd September 2008 by Reggaelifestyle

A new and highly anticipated book with detailed information and over a hundred documenting the birth and rise of Jamaica’s dancehall culture will be available next month.

Dancehall: The Story of Jamaican Dancehall Culture - Book Description

This definitive study of the 1980s Jamaican Dancehall scene features hundreds of exclusive photographs and an accompanying text that capture a vibrant, globally influential and yet rarely documented culture that has been mixing music, fashion and lifestyle with aplomb since its inception. With unprecedented access to the incredibly exciting music scene during this period, Beth Lesser’s photographs and text are a unique way into a previously hidden culture.


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