Hey Kim,

In honor of Bob Marley's would-be 70th birthday today, I have a handful of reggae artists I thought you might consider checking out.

Each link below provides links to streaming and downloadable music, would love to hear if you're interested in anyone!
Selasee Atiase & Fafa Family - The Highlife Soul of Reggae: Selasee & Fafa Family Dig at the Roots, Ghanaian Style, on Time for Peace - 02/02/2015 - Release
Ghana. A proud kingdom that’s flourished in the decades since independence. It’s the home of highlife, the musical style that spread all across Anglophone West Africa before taking a turn for the global. And highlife, sweetly blended with reggae and soul, is the root of Time for Peace, the new album by Selasee & Fafa Family.
Jah9 - Jazz on Dub, Jah9 Coming to Brooklyn Feb 6th - 02/06/2015 - Brooklyn, NY
hen Jah9 sings, hearts and minds awaken. Old school blues with lyrical prowess, in a rich imaginative blend of vocal clarity and complexity. She sings with a voice that belies the dimensions of her physical body, from a soul much older than its current vessel. Her philosophy is profoundly spiritual, and her style is Jazz on Dub.
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The Myrtle Beach, South Carolina reggae jam rock trio, TreeHouse! explores new depths of rhythms, themes and other elements in their third studio album, Lifted, set to release March 10th, 2015. The band is set to tour most 2015 throughout the East Coast, and Mid-Atlantic, performing hundreds of shows a year.

Dubbest might still be young and still growing, but there’s a wise, musical head on those shoulders. And a vision for the future of American reggae. “We change the set list and jam on stage,” MacKenzie says. “We touch the roots side of reggae more than many American bands, but we like to explore, too. It’s high energy.
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