Featured Icons of Reggae Artists

Glamour Wayne

Glamour Wayne It’s been said that Music is an Art, a talent that needs to be developed and expressed. According to Royton Knight otherwise known as “Glamour Wayne ”  and now recently “ The Musical Messiah” given to him by fans because of being the only Disc Jockey who is bold enough to  pray , […]

Continue reading

Lady Saw

Lady Saw The First Lady of Dancehall, Lady Saw is a Jamaican bad girl with loads more attitude and sex appeal than hip-hop mistresses like Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown, plus one of the most distinguishing images in reggae. Born in 1972 in the small Jamaican village of St. Mary's, Marion Hall signed to the […]

Continue reading

Ambelique Bio

Ambelique Bio Following in the footsteps of Gregory Issacs John Holt Ken Boothe, Beres Hammond, Freddie McGregor and Dennis Brown Ambelique has now agreed to a selective group of artists from Jamaica who sing and make deep soulful reggae the way it should be!  There is an old saying "nothing happens before its time" It […]

Continue reading







Featured Icons of Reggae Artists

Wailing Souls Biography

Wailing Souls Biography The Wailing Souls are a Jamaican reggae vocal group still recording and performing live, whose origins date back to the 1960s. Career They have recorded with many top Jamaican record producers including Coxsone Dodd of Studio One, Lloyd "King Jammy" James, Henry "Junjo" Lawes, Delroy Wright and Freddie McGregor, as well as […]

Continue reading

Etana Biography

Etana Biography Arguably the most prolific female vocalist in present day Reggae singer/ songwriter Etana has struck a cord with the masses and like any beautiful melody she’s winning the hearts of the people one song at a time. Spirited in her approach to communicate fitting and inspirational messages to the youth she’s been described […]

Continue reading

John Holt

John Holt Holt was born in Kingston in 1947. By the age of 12, he was a regular entrant in talent contests run at Jamaican theatres by Vere Johns. He recorded his first single in 1963 with "I Cried a Tear" for record producer Leslie Kong, and also recorded duets with Alton Ellis. He achieved prominence […]

Continue reading







Featured Icons of Reggae Artists

U Roy Biography

U Roy Biography Known as the Originator, U-Roy wasn't the first DJ, nor even the first to cut a record, but he was the first to shake the nation and he originated a style so distinctly unique that he single-handedly changed his homeland's music scene forever. Born Ewart Beckford in Jones Town, Jamaica, in 1942, he received […]

Continue reading

Mykal Rose

Mykal Rose One of Jamaica's most distinguished singers, as a member of Black Uhuru Michael Rose was one of the foundation stones of the roots movement, before launching a successful career in the modern dancehalls. His work with Uhuru helped bring the group a Grammy, while his distinctive vocals launched an entire musical style -- […]

Continue reading

Mical Rustle

Mical Rustle South Florida based artist, Mical Rustle, is getting increasingly good response in and out of the area, especially in the ethnic communities of the US and the UK and in Jamaica itself. Mical Rustle has been re-energized and is determined to step up the pace in his career as a singer, songwriter, producer […]

Continue reading







Featured Icons of Reggae Artists

Ali Campbell Bio

Ali Campbell Bio A household name in modern pop-reggae circles, Ali Campbell (bornAlistair Campbell on February 15, 1959, in Birmingham, England) was known -- mostly -- as the lead vocalist and guitar player for U.K. reggae act UB40. That band, which Campbell formed with the seven other members in the late '70s, was a U.K. pop chart stalwart, eventually cracking the […]

Continue reading

Toots and The Maytals 

Toots and The Maytals  The Maytals were key figures in reggae music. Comprised of leader Frederick "Toots" Hibbert, Nathaniel "Jerry" Matthias, and Raleigh Gordon, all natives of Kingston, the Maytals are said to have been the first group to use the word "reggae" in a song title with their Leslie Kong-produced "Do the Reggay." Formed […]

Continue reading