From the outset, reggae was political, as the work of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh clearly attests. Their trailblazing '70s records set a precedent for the role of political protest in reggae. Certainly, some acts simply grooved on good times, but there were always active, socially conscious reggae musicians that used their music as a vehicle for a message. They weren't always popular, but they came back in vogue at various times during the '80s and '90s.
Groovy political reggae rap with tom snare rolls, 808 bassline, basswalk guitar picks, organ growl b3 Hammond ride cymbals, hi-hat, mallet, piano, xylophone marimba, electric guitar, thrash rich vibrant and rich heartfelt vocals. Great for fundraisers, cultural events and humanitarian work. Male Rap & Vocals, Reggae, Political Reggae
Reggae/Dancehall. This track has that international feel with bass, Organ, piano, guitar, clav, synth mixed with a militant drum style wrap and conscious lyrics. This track would be a good vibes for films, reality shows, and documentaries. This track is militant, aggressive, and energetic. Male Vocals, Reggae, Political Reggae