Reggae Icons- The Congos

Very few groups in Reggae have released such a small amount of music, yet still ARE4 revered to the same extent as the Congos. The Congos have released some of the finest music in the genre and although the group lacked longevity, the Congos definitely proved that in a legacy, quality is a lot more…

Reggae Icons- Dennis Brown

Dennis Brown, ‘The Crown Price of Reggae’ was one of the most distinctive and admired vocalists in reggae, starting his career as a child prodigy, his father had been a dramatist and his brother a comedian, Dennis Brown was seemingly prepared for a life in the limelight. Dennis Brown endured a lot of hardship in…

Reggae Icons- Garnett Silk

Garnett Silk was one of the most promising young talents that had emerged through the 1980s dancehall scene, before establishing himself as one of Jamaica’s most powerful singers. He started off his career as a young deejay and ended it one of the most promising and powerful singers Jamaica has ever seen. Before his life…

Reggae Icons- Burning Spear

Burning Spear is one of the most respected artists in the history of Jamaican music and was a pivotal part of the golden age of reggae, popularising Rastafari consciousness in his music through his use of teachings and black history in his music. Burning Spear was a pioneer who helped to spread some of the…

Reggae Icons- Beres Hammond

Beres Hammond is one of the most underappreciated reggae artists of all time, with a career beginning in the late 1960s, with his next album ‘Never Ending’ coming out on the 12th of October. Best known for his work during the 90s, Beres specialised in lovers rock and recorded some of the most incredible songs…