‘Me love Clarks so much, from early out, that me nah waan wear nothing else but Clarks’ Little John (above), quoted in Clarks in Jamaica
If you’re a fan of Clarks and Jamaican music, it’s definitely been your lucky year. Following Al Fingers‘ impressive Clarks in Jamaica book comes a limited edition . . . → Read More: Greensleeves x Clarks // RSD ’13
Started during the era of beepers and cuban links, that halcyon wonderland we call the 1990s, the Ragga Ragga Ragga LPs from Greensleeves were and still are the baddest bashment compilations about.
The Gallowas Riddim made an appearance on the third edition, released back in ’94 and not much has been said about . . . → Read More: My Favourite Riddims // Gallowas
Rooftop Ranking is only 10 days away! As promised, on the day Greensleeves Records will be supplying us with some fresh giveaways and summer samplers. They’ve also kindly given us a Reggae Gold 2012 CD, released by VP/Greensleeves, for one lucky winner, whether you’re coming to the event or not.
The CD . . . → Read More: Reggae Gold 2012 // Competition
Like many of dancehall’s successful duos, Bounty Killer and the Bounty Hunter (aka Ninjaman) haven’t always had a smooth relationship. Having shared a handful of clash stages, this is the only readily available collab between the pair – ‘Bwoy Nuh Run’, a gunman tune recorded at Jammy’s in 1993. It later got released by . . . → Read More: Reggae Duos: Bounty Killer & Ninjaman
There are over 400 special releases programmed for this Saturday’s annual Record Store Day and, as expected, only a handful of reggae offerings. Still, it’s all about quality over quantity, especially for the collectors. Here are some things you should watch out for:
1) Get On Down Records: The Upsetters’ Blackboard Jungle Dub special . . . → Read More: Record Store Day // Picks