Reggae/Dancehall Galleries

When it come to dancehall these guys have been on the scene for some time busting rhymes and moves. These guys are explosive. rdX is Renegade X and Delomar X, the duo were formerly known as Xsytment. Carlton Williams a.k.a Deejay Renegade and singer Andre Bedward a.k.a Delomar X are a creative  and versatile dancehall duo.

This was one of those cultural encounters, the flair from "old school" roots music with our current day to day life experiences. Naked and raw, Roots Reggae is what Midnite's music is described to be, the resonance of the music and lyrics from Vaungh Benjamin and Midnite's Christian Molina (drums), Edmund Fieulleteau (guitar), Edwin Byron (guitar) and Ras L (keyboards) were clearly a force to be reckoned with.

Raging Fyah… Blazing cool smooth tunes, this 5 membered band started their musical journey in 2006, 5 talented musicians - Anthony Watson, Kumar Bent, Courtland White, Demar Gayle and Delroy Hamilton, say their are out to rekindle a flame of positivity in the music industry.

This name comes with no introduction being a Marley, music has stuck with this family and Ky-mani really has taken a following in his fathers footsteps. From this aspect of life he truly is an adventurous traveler, which his name means.

D-Flame and the House of Riddim Band, what a combination. D-Flame is a German based is a Hip Hop and Reggae musician. Having begun his career in the late 80's  has released numerous amounts of albums to date, ranging variations of what one would say is between Hip Hop and Dancehall.

Look no further when your talking about original Jamaican Ska, rock steady and reggae. This group has been around for decades. Over the years new members have joined the band but the music lives on.

With one of the most distinctive voices in reggae Fatan Mojah, this mans stamina on stage never seizes to amazes me. Drawing the audience not only through song but his dancing on stage drove the massive wild.

Jamaican born Anthony Martin a.k.a Lutan Fyah is sometimes credited as Lute and Fyah, he started his musical career in 1999 and prior to this was a professional football player. He featured as a guest artist on albums by Turbulance and Luciano. Later releasing several singles with several different labels and covered Dr. Dre songs and The Fugees.

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