1 Oct 2012, 16:46 by Flecha42
22 Nov 2010, 10:24 by ebisuhttp://www.klsuradio.fm/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/serious-bizz1.jpg
Serious Business is a long-running radio show airing on KLSU 91.1 FM in baton rouge, louisiana. Hosted by Ras Ebisu, the show provides a mix of classic and new tunes from jamaica and around the world. The show also features the latest commentaries from Mumia Abu-Jamal, courtesy of Prison Radio.
1.Cornell Campbell - Stars: Natty Dread Anthology
2.Dennis Brown - My Time: Money In My Pocket
3.Yabby You - Pick The Beam: Deliver Me From My Enemies
4.Rupert Reid - See the Dread Deh: 129 Beat Street Ja-Man Special 75-78
5.Sylford Walker - Burn Babylon: Joe Gibbs Revive 45's Vol I
6.Augustus Pablo - Zion is a Home: Rockers Meet King Tubbys in a Fire House
7.Grimy Styles - Dubbin' On The East Side: Restoration Of The Bath House
8.Rebelution - More Than Dub (Michael G Easy Star All-Stars Remix): Bright Side Of Life
9.The Gladiators - Dub Ina Babylon: Studio One Singles
8 Feb 2010, 03:32 by DurrD
24 Jun 2006, 05:17 by jvglionI've been listening to some great reggae, dub, and dancehall in the last few weeks and I highly recommend each one. Whether it's in the car, Audioscrobblin', and/or at work here they are in no particular order.
1. Throw Down Your Arms
2. I Wayne
3. I & I survived (dub)
4. Warrior King
6. Gomba Jahbari
7. Soldiers of Jah Army
8. Anthony B
9. Dry & Heavy
17 Jun 2006, 14:41 by jvglionVP Records does it again! I Wayne is one of the latest to emerge from the reggae & dancehall depths with fantastic melody, solid riddims, and what's typical of VP's Rasta faction of righteousness Capleton, Warrior King, and Anthony B - fiery lyrics of life, anti-Babylon, and social consciousness.
Lava Ground includes 18 tracks of which not one comes off with any weakness. I Wayne has a voice, a flow, and style that is like no other on the VP roster. According to what I've read about him, he was one of the standouts in his church choir. You'll find many elements of r and b, rock, among others.
Touch Her Softly
Living In Love
Keep Burning Rome
Can't Satisfy Her
Many reggae afficionados who've been keeping up with things should recognize "Can't Satisfy Her". "Dont Worry" is a great song which is played over Bob Marley's "Waiting in Vain"."Living in Love" is sung over one of the phattest riddims, VP has ever created. …