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Track Listing:

  1. Sizzla - Vision 3:52
  2. Shaba Rankin - Care For Me 3:36
  3. Glen Washington - Holding On To Love 4:46
  4. Tony Curtis - Over Time 4:05
  5. Turbulence - Name and Number 3:49
  6. Capleton - Never Let Dem Get You Down 4:01
  7. Turbulence - Based On A True Story 4:02
  8. Anthony B. - Sellasie I 3:56
  9. Luciano - Thanking You God 3:48
  10. Leroy Sibbles/Louie Culture - Rock Me 3:59
  11. Turbulence - True Love 3:28
  12. Tanya Stephens - Ratings Folling 4:00
  13. Yammi Bolo - Jah Blessing 3:42
  14. Morgan Hertitage - No More Murder 4:01
  15. Turbulence - Turbulence 4:02
  16. Anthony B. - Fire Bun 3:55
  17. Richie Spice - Black Like A Tar 3:59

Reggae Now Vol.2

eCaroh Price: $15.95

Reggae Now Volume 2

This compilation Album features many current top Reggae artists - all with new tracks! Stars such as Sizzla, Anthony B, Turbulence, Shaba Rankin, Glen Washington, Tony Curtis, Capleton, Luciano, Louie Culture / Leroy Sibbles, Tanya Stephens, Yammi Bolo, Morgan Heritage, Richie Spice..

Sizzla: was born as Miguel Collins, of devout Rastafarian parents and raised in the community of August Town. The 1980's witnessed a dancehall explosion and with the music came the lifestyle; drugs, guns and "slackness" (vulgarity)...
Anthony B (born Keith Blair) is the living personification of African consciousness in Reggae. His single "Nah vote again" was a major factor in making the Jamaican elections of Thursday, December 18 1997, the most peaceful one since gun...
Turbulence's voice has a unique vocal style and it's strength lies in his rich and powerful singing voice. With influences ranging from the great Bob Marley, Sizzla Kalonji, Jah Cure, Luciano, Mikey General and his older cousin Norris Man...
Luciano was one of the most promising new singer- songwriters to emerge in 1993. He began singing in his local parish church before assuming the name of Stepper John and relocating to KINGSTON in April 1992. There he voiced his...
Morgan Heritage initially consisted of eight of Denroy Morgan's children. The Morgan family were based in Brooklyn, New York, although the children were educated in Springfield, Massachusetts, returning home at weekends to...
Richie Spice: Richell Bonner comes from a musical family that includes his siblings, Spanner Banner, Pliers and Snatcher Dog. Spice's debut release, "Killing A Sound", was recorded with Dennis "Star" Hayes. The song attracted the...
Tanya Stephens has been hailed as an intimidating rival to the lewd DJ queen Lady Saw. In 1993 Stephens recorded a notable collaboration with Galaxy P, "One Touch", that proved successful, although her notoriety seemed short-lived...
Louie Culture began his career in the dancehall while still at school. His love of music and the dancehall led him to pursue a career in the Jamaican recording industry. He was influenced by the DJs of the early 80s including Nicodemus...
Capleton: Born Clifton George Bailey III, in St. Mary, Jamaica, West Indies. Bailey earned his future stage name by virtue of his sharp reasoning skills, which led his friends to name him after a lawyer in his home town. By 1994, Capleton's...
Tony Curtis: Born in St. Catherine, Jamaica, West Indies, Curtis moved to Ocho Rios where he entered a local talent contest alongside DJ Jigsy King. Curtis won the contest as Best Singer and King was designated the winning DJ...
Glen Washington has been involved in the Jamaican music industry since the early 70s. He was taught to play drums in a band named Stepping Stone by Joseph Hill of Culture. Washington's connection with Hill resulted in a recording session...
Yami Bolo's magical voice speaks directly to the heart, his singing style has been passionately compared to "a cry out in the wilderness" inspiring strength, joy and hope. Born Rolando Ephraim McLean on October 1, 1970, raised in KINGSTON...

 

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