Reggae Revellers Top 10 Selection


Top 20 Reggae Revellers chart selection is based on trends, streaming channels and listener feedback. Listen to the Top 20 Reggae Revellers chart selection on Saturday’s and Sunday’s at 18:30 GMT.

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Number #1


Red, Gold and Green – Kabaka Pyramid & Damian Marley 

Chart Selection

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Red, Gold and Green

Kabaka Pyramid & Damian Marley 

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ir?t=reggae revellers 21&language=en GB&l=li2&o=2&a=B088PGY3KVRub a Dub mp3 image
Rub A Dub
Christopher Ellis
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Forever Young
Timmy Love
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Flying Melodicas
Med Dred and Shaky Norman
6 Getaway mp3 imageir?t=reggae revellers 21&language=en GB&l=li2&o=2&a=B08HH3MZQ7
Get Away 
Disney Amyka
7 Happy mp3 imageir?t=reggae revellers 21&language=en GB&l=li2&o=2&a=B08C23WJ44 
Da’ Ville
8 ir?t=reggae revellers 21&language=en GB&l=li2&o=2&a=B08BP61LJT True Love mp3 image
True Love
Lila Ike
9 Like Royalty feat Popcaan mp3 imageir?t=reggae revellers 21&language=en GB&l=li2&o=2&a=B07STFFZ35 
Like Royalty (feat. Popcaan) –
Jane lee Davies Going Round In Circles
Going Around in Circles
Janet Lee Davies


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The sound of Reggae is widely recognised because of its acoustically formed bass and drum downbeat, and its offbeat rhythm section. With such a diversity in style it is also considered complex enough to attract progressively minded musicians. A music that has a strong association with dance covering a variety of styles while also offering a background beat for those sharing Biblical chants of Zion. It is hard to ignore Reggae’s influence and how it interacts with our day-to-day lives. Shared as background music for films and advertising driving its heavy bass lines literally felt wherever rock and pop are played. Reggae has an affinity with mainstream British pop; recognised within the hip-hop culture and considered “cool” by those with no connection to Jamaica. As lovers of reggae my aim is to build a community of reggae followers that can share thoughts, news, events as listeners, artists, DJ’s and hosts.