AltWire Fast Five – Reggae (Week of 01/20/2019)

Sometimes you just need a little pick me up to start your day. That’s where Fast Five comes in. Compromised of bite sized playlists, updated every weekday (Monday through Friday), “the five” gives you a taste of the best in music right now, featuring tracks from a different genre each day. Today we present to you favorite reggae songs for the week!


Gentleman’s Dub Club Featuring Million Stylez -Turning Back

In this latest single, the UK based dub band is joined by Swedish Dancehall sensation, Million Styles. With the perfect combination of reggae, dancehall, hip hop and R&B, this track brings fire to this winter and great anticipation to their upcoming album, “Lost in Space.”


Iakopo – My Revolution 

Maui, Hawaii based reggae artist, Iakopo brings a positive message to bring change to our world with this track off his upcoming album, “Waves” to be released in February.



Artikal Sound System – Time

This title track from the Delray Beach based band, off their latest EP, reminds us that time is an illusion that we shouldn’t allow to dictate our lives. With the smooth vocals of their lead Logan Rex you’ll be living in the moment as you jam out to this tune.


Brother Mikey – Happiness 

This is the first single and title track from Orlando, Fl based conscious folk artist Brother Mikey’s newly released second album. Inspired by the universal message of reggae, this is the prevalent theme for the album and “Happiness” conveys it perfectly. It inspires the listener to release negativity and choose happiness.


Landon McNamara featuring Leilani Wolfgramm – Hang Loose

The Hawaii based reggae artist, pro surfer and model brings his endless summer North Shore vibes into this track, joined by the talent of Orlando based reggae sensation Leilani Wolfgramm!


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