It’s the midway point of a year dominated by the global COVID-19 pandemic and the push to end systemic racism. The year 2020 has also produced some great reggae music from veteran artists like Buju Banton to newer artists like Lila Ike and this year’s Grammy winner Koffee. From Lover’s rock to dancehall to conscious reggae the music addressed the issues of today, while striving to lift our spirits in a year many want to forget. Here are the 21 reggae songs that I could not stop playing so far this year. What is your favorite reggae song of 2020 so far?
About The Author – Gregory Cole – “Homegrown with G Cole”
The Podcast and Facebook Live Show “Homegrown with G Cole” is a candid, funny, unbiased view of real-life events that affect our communities, through the eyes of Singer/Songwriter/Podcast Host, and music enthusiast G Cole. G Cole who was born in Ocho Rios Jamaica, and now resides in Ft Lauderdale Florida interviews Artists, Entrepreneurs, Music legends, Community Leaders, Members of Government, Health professionals, Public Speakers, and members of the Jamaican, and Caribbean Diaspora. There is no room for boredom, as between conversation he will take you on a sweet Reggae ride with music from yesterday and today. The subscription is free. Take this podcast with you on your road trips, your commute to and from work, or even to your workout at the gym. You will be informed, educated, and entertained. “Keep it moving, keep it grooving, it’s Homegrown”