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All Hail Stush: First Lady of British Dancehall

Stush is one of the most successful female artists to have emerged from Britain’s underground music scene over the past decade and one of the few dancehall acts to maintain a lengthy relationship with a major record company. After breaking … Continue reading

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Oh Me, Oh My: Introducing New Reggae Star Omi

Omar ‘Omi‘ Pasley, is the latest protégé of super-producer Clifton ‘Specialist’ Dillon, the man behind crossover anthems such as Flex (Cobra) and Mr Loverman (Shabba Ranks) . Below, the talented 20-something-year-old talks about working with reggae legends Sly Dunbar and … Continue reading

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Tanya Stephens Tackles Domestic Abuse with Weather Change

On Tanya Stephens’ most recent collaboration with super-producer Donovan Germain, Weather Change , the dancehall diva sings: “So many men, it impossible to dun dem all / So tell me, how one of them, coulda mek mi spend mi whole … Continue reading

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Listen and Buy: Classic 1990s Dancehall Mix

Retro mix featuring 45 minutes of classic songs from the 1990s – one of the most exciting periods in dancehall – recorded live at the Alibi in Dalston.

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Tanya Stephens Interview: Gangsta Blues

Below is an interview with reggae MC Tanya Stephens, originally published in New Nation newspaper in 2004. Her forthcoming album, Guilty, is due out later this year.

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Top 20 Dancehall and Reggae Albums 2000-2010

Below is our list of the top 20 dancehall and reggae albums of the noughties. Technically, the decade ended in 2009, but there were some great releases in 2010 and we found it impossible to leave two of them out.

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