Reggae-Pop has its foundation in reggae, but the music is tempered with strong, melodic hooks, commercial production, and a crossover sensibility. Sometimes, reggae-pop is performed by pop bands seeking to diversify their sounds, but more often it's played by reggae artists with a fondness for pop.
During the '70s, such diverse rockers as Eric Clapton and the Clash experimented with reggae, and the entire 2-Tone ska revival movement of the early '80s was closely aligned with reggae. Nevertheless, it wasn't until the '80s -- when artists like UB40, Eddy Grant, and Maxi Priest all established a place for it on the charts -- that reggae-pop became part of the mass consciousness. Regga ...
Hey make up! The best thing that's ever happened to you is about to walk away forever. Are you gonna just let her go? You've been oversleeping on this one dude. Wake up and make up! Male Vocals, Reggae Music, Reggae-Pop
Island sound with hip-hop based drum beat. Acoustic guitar chords mesh well with the electric guitar chords and the euphoric flute sound. Track would be great for any type of usage in the vein of a Natasha Bedingfield song. Akon, Lady Gaga, Jason Mraz, Ben Harper, Jack Johnson, Instrumental, Reggae Music, Reggae-Pop
Smooth sounding acoustic guitar drives this track with an island feel and smooth drum track perfect for any soudntrack, Ben Harper, Jack Johnson, G Love, Donovan Frankenreiter inspired. Serene stroll on the beach, drive in the country, or everyday living is displayed here, Instrumental, Reggae Music, Reggae-Pop
Smooth reggae inspired theme music. Song could be used by for many different purposes television and movies. This song has a great build up into a great apex into a fade out. Bob Marley, Jack Johnson, Ben Harper, Instrumental, Reggae Music, Reggae-Pop
Own This Life is a reggae tune in which Raz Bin Sam calls for people to stay strong and positive, saying that life is a miracle and a blessing so people should appreciate and make the most of it. Mixed Vocals, Reggae Music, Reggae-Pop
mellow reggae uplifting song about the Smile Billionaire - doesn't have much money but everyone wants to be around him because he has a smile for everyone. Duet. One of the singers sounds like Karen Carpenter. Mixed Vocals, Reggae Music, Reggae-Pop
"Big City, bright lights...." big warm male vocal, acoustic guitar, children's choir. folksy/pop sound. Dramatic scat vocal in the solo and 2nd Sax solo, socially conscious that have you swaying from side to side. Uplifting, touching, heart-warming. Male Vocals, Reggae Music, Reggae-Pop
Catchy pop tune on a solid dub reggae base. Organ chords, pounding bass, brassy fill-ins, nifty intermezzi of flute and electric guitar. Slick production with an organic band/live feel. Great for romantic/stoner drama/comedy, cultural/urban documentaries, bar/lounge movie scenes, fashion/design use. Instrumental, Reggae Music, Reggae-Pop
Upbeat Pop Raggae song with hook about letting go and following the current and not worrying about past mistakes or failures: funky vibe with clavinet, hammond b3 with leslie, pedal steel lead, good for beach scenes, carribean, beer or rum commercials, dancing scenes, club scenes. Male Vocals, Reggae Music, Reggae-Pop