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1. yung pinch - rock with us (blackbear remix)

yung pinch - rock with us (blackbear remix)

ORIGINAL : @yungpinch - rock with us produced by @matics_music extra production by blackbear

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2. REGGAE ROOTS CULTURE LOVERS ROCK MIX 2014. Justice Sound

REGGAE ROOTS CULTURE LOVERS ROCK MIX 2014. Justice Sound

Justice Sound REGGAE ROOTS CULTURE LOVERS ROCK MIX 2014.

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3. Wayne Wonder - Hits After Hits - Reggae Dancehall Lovers Rock - Justice Sound.

Wayne Wonder - Hits After Hits - Reggae Dancehall Lovers Rock - Justice Sound.

Wayne Wonder Hits After Hits Reggae DanceHall Lovers Rock Justice Sound 904 444 9444 Wayne Wonder (born Von Wayne Charles, 26 July 1972) is a Jamaican reggae fusion (specifically reggae/R&B) artist. While his early recordings were dancehall and reggae, he later moved towards hip hop and rap.[2] Wonder was born in Buff Bay, Portland, Jamaica.[2] He sang in Sunday school as a child,[3] and began songwriting at the age of 13, getting a major career break when he was given a regular weekly slot at Metro Media in Allman Town.[2] He auditioned at Sonic Sounds studio, but while Sly Dunbar was impressed, his touring commitments with Black Uhuru prevented him from signing Wonder. He had more success, however, with King Tubby, who produced his first single, "Long and Lasting Love", in 1985, with two more following.[2][3] Wonder's career suffered a setback when Tubby was killed in 1988, and he recorded for several other record producers at Sonic Sound, enjoying a further hit with the Lloyd Dennis-produced "It's Over Now", leading to the release of his first album, No More Chance, although his success in this era was limited. His fortunes improved when he began working with Dave Kelly, a friend from primary school, who had become resident sound engineer at Penthouse Studios.[2][3] The partnership enjoyed a string of hits, starting with "Saddest Day", and they also worked on Wonder's second album, Part 2.[3] His 1990 live performance of Alphaville's "Forever Young" was recorded and later released to Alphaville fans in a limited, cassette-only album entitled History.[4] He toured the UK in 1992 along with other Penthouse stars Marcia Griffiths, Tony Rebel, and Buju Banton.[5] He also recorded "Bonafide Love (Movie Star)" with Buju Banton, and wrote several early hits for him, including the controversial "Boom Bye Bye".[2] He toured again with Banton in 1994 as part of the Penthouse Showcase.[5] Wonder formed the band Alias along with Kelly, Baby Cham, Frisco Kid, and Frankie Sly, and later Entourage.[2] In 2000, Wonder launched his own record label, Singso, and his 2000 album Da Vibe saw him begin to incorporate hip hop into his sound.[3] He collaborated with several other major artists, including Jason Dalyrimple of Soul for Real, Foxy Brown, and Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, and the move towards hip hop increased with his 2001 album Schizophrenic.[2][3] His career really took off internationally when he signed to Atlantic Records, achieving worldwide success with the song "No Letting Go" in 2003. The song is based on the Diwali riddim, which was also used by several other artists that year, such as Sean Paul, Lumidee and Missy Elliott. The single reached No. 11 in the US[6] and No. 3 in the UK.[1] "No Letting Go" and the album No Holding Back were a major success on urban radio stations in the US, and this prompted the release of several compilation albums featuring older Wonder material, including Trojan Records', Inna Bashment Style: The Roots Of An Urban Warrior (2005). A new album, Foreva was released in 2007.[2] It reached No. 6 on the US Top Reggae Albums chart.[7] His album May Way was released in December 2012.[8] Sweet Songs is due to be released in 2014.[9] In October 2014, he featured on Never Mind the Buzzcocks Identity parade, where he revealed he now tours selling Yams, joking "I've sold more Yams than records"

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4. JUSTICE SOUND, 100% REGGAE LOVERS ROCK ROOTS MIX.

JUSTICE SOUND, 100%  REGGAE LOVERS ROCK ROOTS MIX.

Justice Sound " I am a motivator , a light of Joy , a musical revolutionary , without a doubt , Music can set you free if you let it"

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5. SLINGERZ SOUND REGGAE LOVERS ROCK MIX

  • Published: 2015-10-27T10:52:08Z
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SLINGERZ SOUND REGGAE LOVERS ROCK MIX

Slingerz Sound presents Sex In The Rain Reggae Lovers Rock Mix featuring a Combination of Old and New Dancehall reggae Lovers Rock Songs mixed by DJ Magnum

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6. Justice Sound 1990s Reggae History Ultimate Reggae Roots Dancehall Mix,

Justice Sound 1990s Reggae History Ultimate Reggae Roots Dancehall Mix,

JUSTICE SOUND 90s REGGAE HISTORY ULTIMATE REGGAE ROOTS DANCEHALL MIX,

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7. Reggae Lover Rock Party Classic Mix ( Live LinQ Sound )

Reggae Lover Rock Party Classic Mix ( Live LinQ Sound )

Live LinQ Sound From London England For more info on Free Downlaod and Bookings Check Out www.livelinqsound.com

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8. Tory Lanez - Come Back To Me (Playhouse Exclusive)

Tory Lanez - Come Back To Me (Playhouse Exclusive)

Follow Scott Worrell For More Media: Soundcloud: @1scotty Instagram : @Splizzy Twitter : https://twitter.com/ScottWorrellSND Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOCrn195rTNU6ueNRmTeeiw?view_as=subscriber Snapchat : Scottgoldstien

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9. JUSTICE SOUND, SOUL TO SOUL,SLOW JAMS, BLUES, LOVER ROCK

JUSTICE SOUND, SOUL TO SOUL,SLOW JAMS, BLUES, LOVER ROCK

Justice Sound " I am a motivator , a light of Joy , a musical revolutionary , without a doubt , Music can set you free if you let it" Music For The People.

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11. Sentinel Sound - Dancehall Mix Vol 30 – Conscious Selection - Reggae Make You Rock

Sentinel Sound - Dancehall Mix Vol 30 – Conscious Selection - Reggae Make You Rock

Sentinel Sound presents: Dancehall Mix Vol 30 – Conscious Selection - Reggae make you rock 1. Alborosie – poser DUB 2. Chronixx – news carryin dread 3. Jesse Royal – ghetto girl 4. Bugle – wha dat fa 5. No Maddz – shotta 6. Protoje – stylin 7. Duane Stephenson – cool runnings 8. Romain Virgo – star across the sky 9. Ikaya – ugly girl 10. Jah Cure – life we life 11. Lukie D – redemption time again 12. Chronixx – plant it 13. J Boog – Amsterdam 14. Clay – fire 15. Hollie Cook – postman 16. Exile di Brave – hungry DUB 17. Exile di Brave – if this is love DUB 18. Cecile – loyal 19. Pressure – once again 20. Jah Melody – over you 21. Shaggy – you lied 22. Kabaka Pyramid – well done 23. Wanye Marshall – on the corner 24. Philipp Albrecht – fruendin 25. J Boog – let me love you 26. Tarrus Riley – cool me down 27. Morgan Heritage – talk dem ah talk 28. Assassin – country bus 29. Romain Virgo – stick by you 30. RC – propaganda 31. Busy Signal – reggae make you rock 32. Clay – exodus 33. Exco Levi ft Jah Mali – el shaddai 34. Sara Lugo ft Protoje – really like you 35. Chronixx – play some roots 36. Shaggy – don´t stop 37. Stereo Luchs – klarsicht 38. Romain Virgo ft Exco Levi – education 39. Twin of Twins – obama 40. DJ Fresh – gold dust [RMX] 41. Chris Martin – tell me 42. Popcaan – mad me 43. Bugle – false prophet 44. Mavado – kill them slowly 45. Alkaline – weh you did deh 46. Jah Sun – never give up 47. Kabaka Pyramid – worldwide love 48. Maxi Priest – holiday 49. Busy Signal – never gonna give you up 50. Major Lazer ft DJ Snake & Mø – lean on [Yardcrime RMX] 51. Protoje ft Jesse Royal & Sevana – sudden flight 52. Busy Signal – money flow 53. Raphael – world a crumble DUB 54. Gappy Ranks ft Barrington Levy – them a murderer 55. Protoje – bubblin 56. Lion D – ruff inna town 57. Assassin – mash dem dong 58. Jesse Royal – gimmie likkle 59. Bushman ft Skarra Mucci – pretty looks 60. Raphael ft Lion D – catch the vibes DUB 61. General Degree – feeling irie 62. Gentleman ft Shaggy – warn dem 63. Keznamdi - 10 pound DUB 64. Raphael – mind vs heart for more news & pictures, videos & music check facebook.com/SentinelSound

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12. LOVERS ROCK - OLD SCHOOL REGGAE - BAD FREQUENCY SOUND - DJ RICHKID

LOVERS ROCK - OLD SCHOOL REGGAE - BAD FREQUENCY SOUND - DJ RICHKID

--------------FOR BOOKINGS CONTACT------------------ Contact #: +1 (416) 817-6853 BBM: pin:754B2E7B Gmail: [email protected] Twitter: www.twitter.com/RichKidTheDj Twitter: www.twitter.com/GloBoyMk Twitter: www.twitter.com/BBSClothing Facebook: www.facebook.com/RichKidTheDj Hulkshare: hulkshare.com/DjrichKid Mixcrate: Mixcrate.com/RichKidTheDj --- TRACK LIST --- 0. Intro - D'janel Ft Richkid 1. Etana and Alborosie - Blessings 2. Jazzwad - Your Place or Mine 3. Sadiki - African Queen 4. Romain Virgo - Wanna Go Home 5. Tarrus Riley - She's Royal 6. Chronixx - Smile Jamaica 7. Lutan Fyah - Lonesome Soilder 8. Garnett Silk - Love is the answer 9. Coolie Buddz - Blind To You 10. Richie Spice - The Plane Land 11. Million Stylez - Everyday 12. Sanchez - Never Dis Di Man 13. Sizzla - I'm Not Sure 14. Melanie Hall - Somebody Come Get Me 15. John Ft Lengend Ft Buju Banton - Can't be my lover 16. Jah Cure - Sticky 17. Cecile - I'm waiting 18. Busy Signal - One More Night 19. Tarrus Riley - Liv Up 20. Jah Cure - Call On Me 21. Gyptian - Butterfly 22. Busy Signal - Nightshift 23. Busy Signal - Comfort ZoneWayne Wonder - Say Goodbye 24. Garnett Silk - It's growing 25. Half Pint - Substitute Lover 26. Beres Hammond - I Feel Good 27. Romain Virgo - Mi Caan Sleep 28. Garnett Silk - Mama Africa 29. Frankie Paul - Love Somebody 30. Tony Curtis - Heaven Only Knows 31. Queen Ifrica - Serve & Protect 32. Sanchez - Longing to Come home 33. Romain Virgo - Who feels it Knows It 34. Daria - Try Sleeping a with a broken heart 35. Garnett Silk - With your mercy 36. Garnett Silk - Nothing Can divide Us 37. Garnett Silk - Oh Me Oh My 38. Sanchez - Please Mr.Dj 39. Kashief Lindo - First Cut 40. Wayne Wade - Love You Too Much 41. Wayne Wonder - Movie Star 42. Wayne Wonder - Saddest Day Of My Life 43. Ghost Ft. Singing Sweet - Love Somebody 44. Freddie Mcgregor - I Was Born A Winner 45. Outro - D'janel Ft Richkid

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13. JUSTICE SOUND - JOHN HOLT - BEST OF JOHN HOLT, ROOTS REGGAE/LOVERS ROCK.

JUSTICE SOUND - JOHN HOLT - BEST OF JOHN HOLT, ROOTS REGGAE/LOVERS ROCK.

Justice Sound Booking 904 444 9444 JOHN HOLT - BEST OF JOHN HOLT, ROOTS REGGAE/LOVERS ROCK. Winston Holt CD (11 July 1947[1] – 19 October 2014[2]), better known as John Holt, was a reggae singer and songwriter who first found fame as a member of The Paragons, before establishing himself as a solo artist. Holt was born in the Greenwich Farm area of Kingston in 1947.[3] His mother Amy was a nurse.[4] By the age of twelve, he was a regular entrant in talent contests run at Jamaican theatres by Vere Johns, winning 28 contests, some broadcast live on Radio Jamaica.[3][5][6] He recorded his first single in 1963 with "Forever I'll Stay"/"I Cried a Tear" for record producer Leslie Kong, and also recorded a duet with Alton Ellis, "Rum Bumper", for producer Vincent "Randy" Chin.[5][6][7] In 1965 Holt joined Bob Andy, Garth "Tyrone" Evans, and Junior Menz in their group the Binders; Menz departed to be replaced by Howard Barrett and they changed their name to the Paragons.[7] They initially recorded for Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One before cutting a succession of singles for Duke Reid at his Treasure Isle Studio in the rocksteady era of 1966–1968; They enjoyed a string of hits, including "Ali Baba", "Tonight", "I See Your Face", and the Holt-penned "The Tide Is High" (later made famous by Blondie and also covered by Atomic Kitten).[8] "Wear You to the Ball" was another of his hits with the Paragons, and hit the charts again when U-Roy (whom he had introduced to Duke Reid) recorded a Deejay version over it.[3] With Andy having left early on, the departures of Barrett (in 1969) and Evans (in 1970), who had both won scholarships in the US, brought the group to an end.[3][7] During his time with the Paragons, he also recorded solo material for Bunny Lee ("Tonight"), and Harry J.[5][6] He subsequently concentrated on his solo career, recording for Prince Buster ("Oh Girl", "Rain From the Skies"), Reid ("Stealing Stealing", "Ali Baba"), Dodd (including "Fancy Make-up", "A Love I Can Feel", "Let's Build Our Dreams" and "OK Fred"), Alvin Ranglin ("Strange Things"), and Phil Pratt ("My Heart Is Gone").[3] By the early 1970s, he was one of the biggest stars of reggae, and his work with producer Lee was key to his success;[9] "Stick By Me" was the biggest selling Jamaican record of 1972, one of a number of records recorded with Lee.[3][5] His 1973 Harry Mudie-produced album, Time Is The Master, was successful, with orchestral arrangements recorded in London by Tony Ashfield.[3] The success of the string-laden reggae led to Trojan Records issuing a series of similarly arranged albums produced by Ashfield starting with the 1,000 Volts of Holt in 1973, a compilation of Holt's reggae cover versions of popular hits (and later followed by similarly named releases up to the Lee-produced 3,000 Volts of Holt). 1,000 Volts spawned the UK Top 10 hit "Help Me Make It Through the Night" (written by Kris Kristofferson), which peaked at number 6,[10] and included covers of Billy Joel's "Just the Way You Are" and "Touch Me in the Morning" by Diana Ross.[11] He had success back in Jamaica in 1976 with "Up Park Camp" (on a reworking of the Heptones' "Get In the Groove" rhythm), and his success continued into the 1980s with tracks such as "Police in Helicopter" and "Fat She Fat", recorded with producer Henry "Junjo" Lawes, and a standout appearance at the 1982 Reggae Sunsplash festival.[3][6][7] "Police in Helicopter" was a condemnation of the Jamaican government's crackdown on marijuana plantations, and indicated the increasing importance of Rastafari in Holt's life, reflected in his growing of locks and a beard.[3] He continued to tour regularly, performed several times at Sunsplash in the 1990s, and performed in the United Kingdom with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, with a live album taken from these shows released in 2001.

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14. DJ LETHAL VYBZ [BEST OF LOVERS ROCK REGGAE MIX]

DJ LETHAL VYBZ [BEST OF LOVERS ROCK REGGAE MIX]

BEST OF LOVERS ROCK MIXTAPE MIX BY DJ LETHAL VYBZ [REBEL TONE] Twitter @DjLethalVybz Instagram @DjLethalVybz FB Page @DjLethalVybz

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16. Reggae Lovers Rock Party Mix Party Mix PT2 Mixed By LivelInQ Sound

Reggae Lovers Rock Party Mix Party Mix PT2  Mixed By LivelInQ Sound

Reggae Lovers Rock Party Mix Party Mix PT2 Mixed By LivelInQ Sound

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17. Reggae Lovers Rock Vol. 1

Reggae Lovers Rock Vol. 1

I do not own the copyrights to this music. Promotional Use Only! Social Media: @KeemCentrix @EccentrixSound Bookings: [email protected]

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