Here’s a list of reggae songs by artists from Greece that I really enjoy.
1. Kako Synapantima – Tora / Κακό Συναπάντημα – Τώρα
2. Fundracar featuring Komlan from Dub Inc – Kali Kali
3. Locomondo – Ay Ay Ay ft. Amparo Sanchez
4. Sakis Boulas – Reggae kai lakerde / Σάκης Μπουλάς – Ρέγγαι και λακέρδαι
5. Locomondo – Ghetto Tourist
6. Locomondo – Athens City Nights
7. Kako Synapantima – Banania
Feel free to recommend more songs to add to the list by commenting or contacting me.
Watch the genius philosopher and writer of “Brave New World”, Aldous Huxley, briefly discuss female bosoms from a historical and social / cultural perspective during an interview. In this rare footage, Huxley makes some insightful and witty points on the subject. Educational and hilarious at the same time; notice how he’s struggling not to laugh. I loved how he was smiling good-humoredly as he analyzed the issue…
Can’t believe this only has 100 views on YouTube…
Junior Reid – “Same Boat” (2012)
Stephen Marley featuring Capleton & Sizzla – “Rock Stone” (2014)
Chronixx – “Capture Land” (2014)
Watch, Listen and Learn!
To read more on the subject, check out my research paper “Mutiny Aboard the Slave Ships in the 18th century: Implications for the Transatlantic Slave Trade“
Hawaiian Filipino singer Eli-Mac, aka Ciara-Camile Roque Velasco, released her debut reggae album “DubStop EP” last month. All five tracks are great thanks to Eli-Mac’s singular voice and the top-notch production by Live Animaux (J Boog, The Green, etc). I love her work so far and look forward to see what this artist has in store for us in the future!
Watch the awesome explicit official music video of “Dub Stop”, the first single off the EP:
Also, here’s her amazing collaboration with Japanese reggae singer, song writer, producer, club DJ and owner of an independent music label, Likkle Mai. Also off Eli-Mac’s new album, the track is entitled “Young Soul Rebels” and is a truly original dub reggae tune. A big tune all around, two unique female voices, a positive, uplifting message and some real heavy dub sounds from producers. I listen to this one on repeat. “Keep the keiki (meaning youth in Hawaiian) strong!”
Finally, here’s one of Eli-Mac’s first singles, “Guava Jelly”, a cover of Bob Marley’s hit. Produced in Jamaica by Stephen Marley, who also does some toasting on the track!
Check out more videos and tunes by Eli-Mac on her official YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtCPemfdVe6KYE2lMcZ0-Dg.