Take the ultimate chill pill by listening to a wonderful hybrid of reggae and hip hop tunes. Orlando-based group, Lovd Ones, serenades the listeners with a seven-track EP titled Mountains & Valleys.
Mountain Tops opens the collection with lush ensembles of beats and reggae stylings. Lines delivered in a reggae+rap fashion gives a fresh twist to the ears. An interesting dynamic between funky riddims, solid reggae, and warm, friendly rapping comes into play.
The power of reggae music lies in its power to impact social, cultural, and spiritual norms, which is greatly reflected in Dominic Balli‘s latest release. Not For Sale is a 12-track album that evokes memories and personal themes punctuated with lush, funky melodies.
Focused on “Roots Reggae experimentation”, Bass Culture Players, a musical Project based in Madrid, will take you on one great sounding journey through drums, beats, and plenty of relaxing sways. It’s like a laboratory of sounds that “mixes singers and musicians from Spanish scene in search for a very personal formula”.