Search your favorite song right now

1. Ini Kamoze - World a Reggae

  • Published: 2011-06-05T20:46:03Z
  • By micaelle
Ini Kamoze - World a Reggae

nothing at of , which is


2. Ini Kamoze - World A Music

  • Published: 2013-02-15T14:17:18Z
  • By Grey Felt
Ini Kamoze - World A Music

nothing at of , which is


3. Ini Kamoze - Hill & Gully Ride REMIX (XTM.Nation)

Ini Kamoze - Hill & Gully Ride REMIX (XTM.Nation)

Hill & Gully Ride, originally produced by Philip Fatis Burrell for Xterminator Productions in 1994, was later remixed and released in the late 90s. This new remix is produced by his son Kareem Burrell for XTM.Nation, and the video features animation by Juppi Juppson. Drums & Keyboards - LLamar ''Riff Raff'' Brown Guitars - Mitchum "Khan" Chin Bass - Donald "Danny Bassie" Dennis Mixing Engineer - Collin "Bulby" York

nothing at of , which is



5. Ini Kamoze - Wings With Me (Ondubground Remix)

Ini Kamoze - Wings With Me (Ondubground Remix)

Extracted from Rub Up The Right Dub #2 Free download (mp3) : http://odgprod.com/2015/06/18/ondubground-rub-up-the-right-dub-2/ Buy CD (wav) : http://odgprod.com/store/

nothing at of , which is


6. Ini Kamoze - Wings With Me

Ini Kamoze - Wings With Me

www.raggaworld2.blogspot.com Facebook (raggaworld)

nothing at of , which is


7. Ini Kamoze - Here Comes The Hotstepper (WhiteNoize Remix) [Free Download]

Ini Kamoze - Here Comes The Hotstepper (WhiteNoize Remix) [Free Download]

Free Download! It's been a while since we gave out something for y'all so here it is...enjoy and thanks for listening Add us at www.facebook.com/whtnoize or www.twitter.com/whtnoize

nothing at of , which is





11. Third World - Steel Pulse - Ini Kamoze - Justice Sound.

Third World - Steel Pulse - Ini Kamoze  - Justice Sound.

Third World are a Jamaican reggae band formed in 1973. Their sound is influenced by soul, funk and disco. Although they have undergone several line-up changes, Stephen "Cat" Coore and Richard Daley have been constant members. Third World started when keyboard player Michael "Ibo" Cooper and guitarist (and cellist) Stephen "Cat" Coore (son of former Deputy Prime Minister David Coore), who had originally played in The Alley Cats then Inner Circle, subsequently left to form their own band along with Inner Circle singer Milton "Prilly" Hamilton.[1][2] They recruited bassist Richard Daley, formerly of Ken Boothe's band and Tomorrow's Children, and added drummer Carl Barovier and former Inner Circle percussionist Irvin "Carrot" Jarrett before making their live debut in early 1974.[1] After recording some tracks with Geoffrey Chung which were not released, the band's first single was the self-produced "Railroad Track" (1974).[1] In their early days they played primarily in Kingston's hotels and nightclubs and (along with The Wailers) supported The Jackson Five when they played at the Jamaican National Stadium.[1] They were soon signed by Island Records and toured Europe with The Wailers.[1] The band's self-titled debut album was released in 1976. The album included a cover of "Satta Massagana", originally performed by The Abyssinians, which became a local hit. Hamilton and Barovier were replaced by singer (and another former Inner Circle member) William "Bunny Rugs" Clarke and drummer Willie Stewart before the recording of their second album, 96° in the Shade (1977), which included several local hits. Notable among its eight tracks were "1865 (96° in the Shade)", a reference to the 1865 Morant Bay rebellion, "Rhythm of Life" and the album's only cover, "Dreamland", written by Bunny Wailer.[1] They played in front of 80,000 people at the Smile Jamaica festival in 1976.[1] In 1977 the band collaborated with psychiatrist Frederick Hickling on the Explanitations show which was performed at Kingston's Little Theatre early the following year.[3] Third World's greatest success came in the late 1970s and early 1980s, peaking with their cover version of The O'Jays' "Now That We Found Love" from their third album Journey to Addis, a hit single on both sides of the Atlantic in 1978, reaching the top ten in the UK.[1] Journey to Addis became a top thirty hit album in the UK.[1] They had first met Stevie Wonder in Jamaica in 1976 and the single prompted him to perform with them at the Reggae Sunsplash festival in 1981 in the wake of Bob Marley's death, playing his tribute to Marley, "Master Blaster".[1][4] Third World went on to perform several times at the festival, and they also took part in the 'Reggae Sunsplash USA' tour in 1985.[5] Wonder also wrote, along with Melody A McCully, their 1982 hit "Try Jah Love", which brought them further exposure in North America.[1][6][7] They were also guests during the third season of SCTV. Amid claims of artistic differences "Carrot" split from the band in the mid-1980s.[1] The resulting five-piece band then went on to record more commercial tunes such as "Sense of Purpose", "Reggae Ambassador", "Forbidden Love" and "Committed". STEEL PULSE Steel Pulse are a roots reggae musical band, from the Handsworth area of Birmingham, England, which has a large number of Afro-Caribbean, Indian and other Asian migrants. They originally formed at Handsworth Wood Boys School, composed of David Hinds (lead vocals, guitar), Basil Gabbidon (lead guitar, vocals), and Ronald McQueen (bass). Steel Pulse were the first non-Jamaican act to win the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album.

nothing at of , which is


12. INI KAMOZE

  • Published: 2017-07-12T06:50:10Z
  • By spider64
INI KAMOZE

nothing at of , which is


13. Ini Kamoze

Ini Kamoze

nothing at of , which is



15. iNi Kamoze feat. Sizzla Kalonji - Goodness And Mercy [Tramplin' Down Babylon | 9Soundclik 2016]

iNi Kamoze feat. Sizzla Kalonji - Goodness And Mercy  [Tramplin' Down Babylon | 9Soundclik 2016]

http://www.REGGAEVILLE.com BUY @ https://itunes.apple.com/album/ini-kamoze-meets-xterminator/id1086699399 http://www.inikamoze.com/

nothing at of , which is


16. Ini Kamoze

Ini Kamoze

nothing at of , which is


17. ini kamoze

ini kamoze

nothing at of , which is