Zion Train – Fire Riddim – Review

Zion Train is a UK Roots Dub group that have been established for over 25 years. The group also lend their skills to sound system and writing and producing and have many albums in their vaults. And now in 2015 along with Universal Egg and Deep Root they bring you the greatly uplifting ‘Fire Riddim’ On this riddim we are treated to four tracks of great quality, firstly we have the wonderful ‘Jah 9’ with the herb tune ‘Fire’ defending the importance of marijuana and its medical and spiritual abilities. Then we have ‘Micah Shemaiah‘ and ‘Rasta Live’ a tune

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Miriam Simone – Mount Zion – Review

Miriam Simone hails from out of Holland. She started to sing at a young age, honing her voice in choirs and as a backing singer and in various groups and bands. In 2010 Miriam kicked off her solo career and co-founded the Dredda Records label. 2012 she brought you the great Ep “Follow My Dreams” with tracks produced by Bobby Digital who she has worked closely with for some years. Now in 2015 Miriam Simone and Dredda Records bring you the greatly uplifting Debut Album, “Mount Zion” The album kicks off with the title track itself ‘Mount Zion’, up next

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Mikey General – African Story African Glory – Review

When it comes to unique sounding veteran artists Mikey General stands out from the pick, his individual sound and spiritual messages make him one to listen to. With a long spanning career and many songs and albums under his belt, British born Michael Taylor had relocated back to Jamaica when he was only two years old in 1965. Signs that Michael was a natural with a microphone and performing had started not long after this move, imitating songs on the radio and TV. The first recognition started when singing in school and the church choir. At 16 years old he

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The Lambsbread – Bring Them Together – Review

The Lambsbread have been producing quality reggae music from out of Hawaii since 2003. Working with producers in Hawaii, Jamaica, Miami and Europe constantly expanding their reach to all Reggae lovers worldwide. This latest release, oozes great Reggae music. The album features Fourteen tough Reggae hits. Beginning with the title track of the album “Bring Them Together” creates a solid start to this new album, the strong main vocals coupled up with sweet harmonies spreads the message of coming together, a very important song for the times we live in now. The positive lyrics are hard hitting with the powerful,

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Bunny Rugs – Time – Review

You may have heard Bunny Rugs as the lead singer of the Reggae Ambassadors “Third World Band”, as his vocals have been and are a vital component to the band. Born William Clark in Mandeville, Jamaica on February 6th, he moved and was raised in downtown Kingston. His grandmother gave him the nickname “Bunny” as he liked to “Jump around like a damn rabbit” she said. Singing from a young age and now with many hit songs with bands and also as a solo artist, blessing Reggae fans all over the world for decades. It’s interesting to know that for

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Jah Nyne – Holdin A Vibe – Review

After producing the Unique Reggae Mix Show over the past 6 years, one thing I have noticed is that there is many great artists that go underrated. This has been and is the case for Jah Nyne. Hailing from Freeport, Bahamas Jah Nyne has been and is a regular feature in the radio shows since 2007. Better known for hits like “In The Name Of Jah” and “Spread Some Love” amongst many, Jah Nyne does not fail to deliver another action packed album that is known as “Holdin A Vibe” Right from the start this album shows a huge development

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Uwe Banton – Mental War – Review

Bouncing from the success of the first few reviews I posted on Facebook I was even more excited when receiving Uwe Banton’s brand new Album “Mental War” and when asked for feedback I saw this as a great opportunity to write another album review and create an album review section on Pauzeradio.com. I have to say knowing Uwe’s natural talent to sing and play instruments, I had no doubt at all that the album was going to be huge and I waited until 2am, in the silence of the night before turning on the studio to listen. Right from the

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MasSicker aka King Mas – One Wish – Review

When talking about artists of our era, one unforgettable name that must not be overlooked is rising singer, songwriter, musician MasSicker aka King Mas. For many years now MasSicker aka King Mas has been featured in the Unique Reggae Mix Show so regular listeners of the Unique Reggae Mix will be familiar with his distinctive sound and style of singing with cultured messages of love and unity, not to be mistaken with other artists that have appeared recently using a similar name. Very few match MasSicker aka King Mas’s vocal skills and musical abilities. Right from the introduction “Call Di Doc”

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Solo Banton – Higher Levels – Review

This past few months have been a very productive time for many Reggae artists that I feature in the weekly radio show, so when I was sent a link to download Solo Banton’s new album “Higher Levels” I was excited. Solo’s previous album was very good and I was sure that this new album was going to be even better. The album starts with a huge tune called “Mi No Know” an upbeat tune with a deep lyrical message on a remake of the Baba Boom riddim. This song sets the vibes for the whole album. Keeping the classic Reggae

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Perfect Giddimani – Journey Of 1000 Miles – Review

Perfect Giddimani is a regular and popular feature in the Unique Reggae Mix Show, since the show started in 2006. So when I was sent this new Album, Journey Of 1000 Miles, my expectations from this artist where already high and I knew that I was in for a musical treat. As I pressed play on the first song on the album, which is the title track “Journey Of 1000 Miles” I could tell that this album was going to be to the same top standards of the previous releases from Perfect.  My first opinion upon hearing the first song was

Read More »

Zion Train – Fire Riddim – Review

Zion Train is a UK Roots Dub group that have been established for over 25 years. The group also lend their skills to sound system and writing and producing and have many albums in their vaults. And now in 2015 along with Universal Egg and Deep Root they bring you the greatly uplifting ‘Fire Riddim’ On this riddim we are treated to four tracks of great quality, firstly we have the wonderful ‘Jah 9’ with the herb tune ‘Fire’ defending the importance of marijuana and its medical and spiritual abilities. Then we have ‘Micah Shemaiah‘ and ‘Rasta Live’ a tune

Read More »

Miriam Simone – Mount Zion – Review

Miriam Simone hails from out of Holland. She started to sing at a young age, honing her voice in choirs and as a backing singer and in various groups and bands. In 2010 Miriam kicked off her solo career and co-founded the Dredda Records label. 2012 she brought you the great Ep “Follow My Dreams” with tracks produced by Bobby Digital who she has worked closely with for some years. Now in 2015 Miriam Simone and Dredda Records bring you the greatly uplifting Debut Album, “Mount Zion” The album kicks off with the title track itself ‘Mount Zion’, up next

Read More »

Mikey General – African Story African Glory – Review

When it comes to unique sounding veteran artists Mikey General stands out from the pick, his individual sound and spiritual messages make him one to listen to. With a long spanning career and many songs and albums under his belt, British born Michael Taylor had relocated back to Jamaica when he was only two years old in 1965. Signs that Michael was a natural with a microphone and performing had started not long after this move, imitating songs on the radio and TV. The first recognition started when singing in school and the church choir. At 16 years old he

Read More »

The Lambsbread – Bring Them Together – Review

The Lambsbread have been producing quality reggae music from out of Hawaii since 2003. Working with producers in Hawaii, Jamaica, Miami and Europe constantly expanding their reach to all Reggae lovers worldwide. This latest release, oozes great Reggae music. The album features Fourteen tough Reggae hits. Beginning with the title track of the album “Bring Them Together” creates a solid start to this new album, the strong main vocals coupled up with sweet harmonies spreads the message of coming together, a very important song for the times we live in now. The positive lyrics are hard hitting with the powerful,

Read More »

Bunny Rugs – Time – Review

You may have heard Bunny Rugs as the lead singer of the Reggae Ambassadors “Third World Band”, as his vocals have been and are a vital component to the band. Born William Clark in Mandeville, Jamaica on February 6th, he moved and was raised in downtown Kingston. His grandmother gave him the nickname “Bunny” as he liked to “Jump around like a damn rabbit” she said. Singing from a young age and now with many hit songs with bands and also as a solo artist, blessing Reggae fans all over the world for decades. It’s interesting to know that for

Read More »

Jah Nyne – Holdin A Vibe – Review

After producing the Unique Reggae Mix Show over the past 6 years, one thing I have noticed is that there is many great artists that go underrated. This has been and is the case for Jah Nyne. Hailing from Freeport, Bahamas Jah Nyne has been and is a regular feature in the radio shows since 2007. Better known for hits like “In The Name Of Jah” and “Spread Some Love” amongst many, Jah Nyne does not fail to deliver another action packed album that is known as “Holdin A Vibe” Right from the start this album shows a huge development

Read More »

Uwe Banton – Mental War – Review

Bouncing from the success of the first few reviews I posted on Facebook I was even more excited when receiving Uwe Banton’s brand new Album “Mental War” and when asked for feedback I saw this as a great opportunity to write another album review and create an album review section on Pauzeradio.com. I have to say knowing Uwe’s natural talent to sing and play instruments, I had no doubt at all that the album was going to be huge and I waited until 2am, in the silence of the night before turning on the studio to listen. Right from the

Read More »

MasSicker aka King Mas – One Wish – Review

When talking about artists of our era, one unforgettable name that must not be overlooked is rising singer, songwriter, musician MasSicker aka King Mas. For many years now MasSicker aka King Mas has been featured in the Unique Reggae Mix Show so regular listeners of the Unique Reggae Mix will be familiar with his distinctive sound and style of singing with cultured messages of love and unity, not to be mistaken with other artists that have appeared recently using a similar name. Very few match MasSicker aka King Mas’s vocal skills and musical abilities. Right from the introduction “Call Di Doc”

Read More »

Solo Banton – Higher Levels – Review

This past few months have been a very productive time for many Reggae artists that I feature in the weekly radio show, so when I was sent a link to download Solo Banton’s new album “Higher Levels” I was excited. Solo’s previous album was very good and I was sure that this new album was going to be even better. The album starts with a huge tune called “Mi No Know” an upbeat tune with a deep lyrical message on a remake of the Baba Boom riddim. This song sets the vibes for the whole album. Keeping the classic Reggae

Read More »

Perfect Giddimani – Journey Of 1000 Miles – Review

Perfect Giddimani is a regular and popular feature in the Unique Reggae Mix Show, since the show started in 2006. So when I was sent this new Album, Journey Of 1000 Miles, my expectations from this artist where already high and I knew that I was in for a musical treat. As I pressed play on the first song on the album, which is the title track “Journey Of 1000 Miles” I could tell that this album was going to be to the same top standards of the previous releases from Perfect.  My first opinion upon hearing the first song was

Read More »

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