Top 10 Reggae Songs 2013 Hot Playlist

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Reggae Songs – The Soul of Rock Music : A form of music that finds its origin in the land of Jamaica in 1960, Reggae songs are known widely for the beats and rhythm essential for a dance song. It is believed that this genre of music has evolved out of earlier music genres like rock steady and ska. Reggae songs can be easily identified with their African influence. Drumming instruments play a very important role in these types of songs and American Jazz and R&B have also been very determining in its evolution.  In the years of 196o, the popularity of local popular ska was going down and there was a shift to Reggae music. This genre was popularized by musicians like Jackie Mitoo and Winston Wright.

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Top 10 Reggae Songs 2013 List

Top 10 Reggae Songs list 2013 …..

1.  No Woman, No Cry – Bob Marley & the Wailers
2.  The Harder They Come – Jimmy Cliff
3.  Sweet Sensation – The Melodians
4.  Faith can Move Mountains – Twinkle Brothers
5.  Things You Say You Love – The Jamaicans
6.  I’m Still In Love With You – Marcia Aitken
7.  Many Rivers To Cross – Jimmy Cliff
8.  Get Up, Stand Up – Bob Marley & the Wailers
9.  Under Me Sleng Teng – Wayne Smith
10. Who Can Make The Dance Ram – Yellowman

They focussed more on the traditional singing and beats. In the years to come, Reggae music started making its influence on American music charts and was recognized among the rock music societies all over the world. The Wailers is the most recognized band that produced Reggae songs and its popularity could not be matched by any other contemporary bands yet. Bob Marley was one its influential member, hugely popular among rock music fans all over the world.

Latest Hot List of Top Reggae Songs 2013

Another latest list of hot reggae songs ….

11. Natty With A Cause – Willie Williams
12. You Don’t Love Me – Dawn Penn
13. Rivers Of Babylon – The Melodians
14. Dancing On The Floor – Third World
15. Wear You To The Ball – U-Roy & The Paragons
16. Iron Lion Zion – Bob Marley & the Wailers
17. I’m Still In Love With You – Alton Ellis
18. I Want To Wake Up With You – Boris Gardiner
19. King Tubby Meets the Rockers Uptown – Augustus Pablo
20. Carry Go Bring Come – Justin Hinds & The Dominoes
21. Nice Up The Dance – Michigan & Smiley
22. Wonderful World, Beautiful People – Jimmy Cliff
23. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face – Marcia Griffiths
24. Someone Loves You Honey – June Lodge
25. You Can Get It If You Really Want – Jimmy Cliff
26. This Is Reggae Music – Zap Pow – Top Reggae Songs
27. Betcha By Golly Wow – Errol Dunkley
28. Your Teeth In My Neck – The Scientist
29. Now That We Found Love – Third World
30. Some Guys Have All The Luck – Derrick Harriott
31. Declaration of Rights – The Abyssinians
32. Love Is My Religion – Ziggy Marley
33. Handsworth Revolution – Steel Pulse
34. My Boy Lollipop – Millie Small – Latest Reggae Songs
35. One Love, One Heart – Righteous Flames
36. You Make Me Feel Brand New – Boris Gardiner
37. Crying Over You – Ken Boothe – Popular Reggae Songs
38. Police In Helicopter – John Holt
39. Burnin’ and Lootin – The Wailers
40. Give A Little Love – Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers
41. Feel Like Jumping – Marcia Griffiths
42. A Love I Can Feel – John Holt – Best Reggae Songs
43. She Don’t Love Nobody – Chaka Demus & Pliers
44. The Bed’s Too Big Without You – Sheila Hylton
45. Do The Reggay – Toots & the Maytals
46. I’ve Got To Go Back Home – Bob Andy
47. People Are You Ready – Johnny Osbourne
48. Just Don’t Want To Be Lonely – Freddie McGregor
49. Just When I Needed You Most – Barbara Jones
50. I Can See Clearly Now – Johnny Nash

In 1970s, Reggae songs got an easy entry in the clubs of UK and  their popularity grew to the extent that  best Reggae album was introduced as an award category at Grammy in the year 1985. Reggae songs make extensive use of a drum and a guitar. The role of vocals is quite insignificant in Reggae songs as music and use of instruments dominates major portions of the song. The language used is very often Jamaican or English. Apart from exploring popular themes of love and pain, Reggae songs have taken up political issues to create awareness in their audience about social flaws and discrepencies.

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1 Arkan01d May 17, 2013 at 4:32 pm

Wow! This is one sad list. How about get into the actual Reggae community and then put out a list. SMDH


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