These 20 Reggae Jams Should be on Your Summer Playlist

Summer is here and it’s going to be a little different. There may be no backyard barbeques, no summer parties, no concerts, and no food festivals but that does not mean you can’t have a reggae playlist that snaps. As you lay on the beach social distancing from other people or jump in your car on a long road trip or relaxing by the pool this playlist is sure to put you in a relaxed summer mood. The playlist is a mix of Jamaican veteran and new reggae artists including Richie Stephens, Marcia Griffiths, Tarrus Riley, Shenseea, Vybz Kartel,  Mavado, Jaz Elise, Lila Ike, Koffee, Chronixx, Naomi Cowan, Shaggy and more. Here are 20 Reggae Jams Should be on Your Summer Playlist.

1. “Summer Time” by Vybz Kartel 

2. “One by One” by Laza Morgan Feat Mavado

3. “Gimmi Likkle One Drop” by Tarrus Riley 

4. “Plutocrat” by I-Octane

5. “Big Big” by Christopher Martin

6. “Rock & Groove” by Jaz Elise

7. “Sweet Inspirationa” by Lila Ike 

8. “Peace Of Mind” by Naomi Cowan

9. Haul and Pull by Sevana

10. “I Don’t Care” (Remix) by Ed Sheeran feat Chronixx and Koffee

11. “Living it Up” by Damian “Jr Gong” Marley

12. “Loco” by Agent Sasco

13. “Love and Reggae” (Clean Version) by Collie Buddz

14. “When She Love Me” by  Shaggy and Rayvon

15. “Rock In The Dance” by Konshens

16. “Stay So” by Busy Signal 

17. “Loodie” (Clean Version) by Shenseea and Vybz Kartel 

18. “Bless Me” by Tenor Blue

19. “Rum and Reggae” by  Richie Stephens and Marcia Griffiths 

20. “So Easy” by  Estelle Feat Luke James

About The Author – Gregory Cole –  “Homegrown with G Cole”
The Podcast/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”.
These 20 Reggae Jams Should be on Your Summer Playlist

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