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Women In Reggae – Patricia Chin aka Miss Pat of VP Records

Imagine living in Jamaica during the birth of reggae music. Like a fire igniting, the island had its own sound, a product of the unique time and place, of all the circumstances that brought Jamaicans to where they were—overcoming unimaginable suffering, uniting in hope and reclaiming their independence and identity.women-in-reggae-patricia-chin-aka-miss-pat-of-vp-records/" class="read-more">Read More

Women In Reggae – Hollie Cook

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ing">With her new album Vessel of Love dropping today on Merge RecordsHollie Cook once again presents to the world a fresh dose of her distinctive brand of reggae-infused tropical pop. Working with producer Martin ‘Youth’ Glover, Cook’s third full length album delivers with deep, stratified arrangements showcasing the vocal prowess of the West-London native.women-in-reggae-hollie-cook/" class="read-more">Read More

Women In Reggae – Jah9

How can I even begin to describe someone like Jah9? She is not just a musician, but a poet, and her work is immensely important to the world we live in today.

I will never forget riding in a car with two of my strong female friends, when I first heard Jah9’s song “Greatest Threat to the Status Quo.” Goosebumps formed on my skin; I couldn’t believe how very true, how relevant, and how impactful this tune was.… women-in-reggae-jah9/" class="read-more">Read More

Reggae Road Warriors – Three Women and Their Journey to Reggae Rise Up Utah 2018

Guest Post by Brad Metzger

Brad has covered Reggae for over 30 years for publications including Billboard, Reggae Report International, The Beat and United Reggae. For the past 2 years Brad has covered festivals including Cali Roots, Rototom Sunsplash in Spain and many others in his capacity as California Editor for Reggaeville.com

Reggae Rise Up Utah 2018 boasted a stacked and epic lineup attracting Reggae fans from all over the country.reggae-road-warriors-three-women-and-their-journey-to-reggae-rise-up-utah-2018/" class="read-more">Read More