The UK-based Jamaican dub reggae artist has collaborated extensively with reggae producer Dennis Bovell throughout his multi-decade career.
The Jamaican reggae singer and producer pioneered the sound of dub reggae and has collaborated with artists like Beastie Boys, the Clash, the Congos, and Bob Marley and the Wailers.
The British reggae vocalist has a career spanning more than three decades and collaborations with artists across multiple genres
The reggae singer and toaster from Birmingham, England has a successful solo career and a history of collaborations across multiple genres.
Jimmy Cliff is a Jamaican reggae singer and musician best known for songs like 'You Can Get It If You Really Want' & 'I Can See Clearly Now'.
The Grammy-winning reggae singer and songwriter from Kingston, Jamaica has notched countless hit singles and collaborated with many pop artists.
The Jamaican rhythm duo of drummer Sly Dunbar and bassist Robbie Shakespeare are renowned for their solo catalog as well as their collaborations with other artists.
The Jamaican reggae band are widely renowned for their work within the ska and rocksteady subgenres.
The Grammy-nominated British reggae band are widely renowned for their genre-blending style as well as their many hit singles.
The Grammy-winning British roots reggae collective from Birmingham were founded by Basil Gibbidon and David Hinds.
It’s estimated that Gregory Isaacs may have released in excess of 500 albums in Jamaica and around the world; whether this is an exaggeration is hard to quantify, but he can still...
Desmond Dekker was the first to have hit records outside of Jamaica and his influence on young white British teenagers was pivotal to his success in the 1960s.
Burning Spear‘s first album to make significant waves was the brilliant Marcus Garvey in 1975 – for many, it is Rodney’s masterpiece and the seminal album for what has become known as...
As the first reggae artist to win a Grammy Award, Black Uhuru have been called the best of the second generation of artists from Jamaica.
They are Britain’s most successful reggae band, in terms of both popularity and longevity. Aswad’s ability to adapt themselves to the changing times was ultimately the driving force behind their decades-long career.