Last week, Buju Banton released Upside Down 2020 – the first album from the Grammy-winning reggae icon in a decade. To celebrate the long-awaited record, we asked Banton to share his favourite tracks in honour of International Reggae Day today, with a stellar playlist featuring everyone from Bob Marley to Burning Spear. To discover even more great music, head over to GQ's Vero, where Banton has chosen five more reggae tracks exclusively for our channel.
Dancehall legend Buju Banton sat down with Drew Byrd and Shacia Payne for the inaugural episode of their Shabbaaaaa Sound Radio show on Apple Music. During their conversation, Buju explained how the authenticity of his genre keeps it from grabbing the mainstream's attention.
"We don't want to tell the people a lie. We have to tell the people the truth, and that is reggae music," Buju said at the interview's 6:49 minute mark. "That's why we don't get the mainstream appeal and the mainstream behi
Reggae superstar Buju Banton revealed the name of his upcoming album title on Youtube. The Grammy winning artist announced Friday that his new album, which has yet to get a release date, will be titled "Upside Down 2020." The artist also went on to break down the meaning behind the album title
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Buju Banton has released a riddim compilation titled Steppaz Riddim. The riddim features music from dancehall veterans including Delly Ranx, Nitty Kutchie, General B, Tony Curtis and Ghost, as well as Agent Sasco and Vershon.
Banton can be heard on the title track, which was released in November.
The project is available on digital streaming platforms Amazon, Spotify and Apple music among others.
It was released by international label Roc Nation.
With just about a dozen studio albums and at least half a dozen more compilation albums under his belt, the last being Before The Dawn, released in 2010, many have been waiting, wondering what The Gargamel’s next body of work will be like, especially since his release from incarceration. Now, the wait is almost over.
Yes, Buju Banton, real name Mark Myrie, is set to release his latest album in just a couple months.
According to Banton’s co-manager, (producer and CEO of Penthouse Records) Donovan
Khaled serves as an executive producer The soundtrack features a track from Khaled's close friend and collabrator Reggae superstar Buju Banton some of the hottest names in the music industry. from City Girls, Meek Mill, Jaden Smith, Rick Ross, Quavo, Bryson Tiller, Quavo, Rich The Kid and more
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Buju Banton drops a brand new track titled "Steppa" . The track is classic Buju, And is Produced by Mark "Buju Banton" Myrie for Gargamel Music . ( check out track inside )
As for the Supreme collab as reported by streetwear and fashion magazine hypebeast, there’s no official word on a release date or specific's on their collaboration but the recent photo hints that this could be an artist photo tee as seen in previous versions with other musicians who’ve fronted Supreme realeses . Stay-tuned as we get more official product imagery and
DJ Khaled drops the official visual for one of the two reggae banger on his new album "Father Of Asahd" . the track is called "Holy Mountain" and features Buju Banton, Sizzla, Mavado, 070 Shake ( check out video inside )
Reggae superstar Buju Banton drops his first official single since being release titled "Country For Sale" ( take a listen to track up top )
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