A Confluence Of Cultures

UbuntuFM reaches out to Maikal X to discuss his new single, 'One In Ten'.  

Say No To Rape

Based on the Reggae Sax Riddim this track sends a strong message across the world to condemn the act of rape and violence against women. A collaboration between Reggae Vibes Music based in NY & Kingston JA, alongside the High-Grade Family from Ghana. 

A signature song

Affirmative action is no solution to solve inequality amongst people, whether it be between cultures, races or sexes. Education is. Primarily education about life, as Lucky Dube vocalizes it so eloquently in his signature song 'Affirmative Action'

About time for a Grammy

In Reggae, all roads lead to the “Riddim Twins”, Sly & Robbie. Now, Sly & Robbie meet Dubmatix. The Canadian producer and multi-instrumentalist got his hands on original Sly & Robbie tracks and spent months crafting this new album, "Overdubbed". 

One of the most intriguing dub albums, ever

Dr. Dubenstein, a former employee of the legendary RAS Records Label from Washington DC gathered up some high-carat collaborators to join him in his submarine. Formidable musicians and singers from Steel Pulse, Dub Syndicate, Roots Radics, Jah Works, jam and conjure up heavily rolling rhythms - and rumor has it that even WAILERS warhorses were involved in the project to add some melody.

Great new tracks from Jamaican Reggae artist DVoyce

Musically the tracks on “The Beginning” are within what one has come to expect from contemporary Jamaican Reggae, in terms of production value and artistry.