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Reggae Gold 2011


Download links and information about Reggae Gold 2011. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Reggae genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 55:55 minutes.

Release date: 2011
Genre: Reggae
Tracks: 16
Duration: 55:55
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No. Title Length
1. Jah Army (feat. Buju Banton & Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley) (Stephen Marley) 4:43
2. Nuh Ramp Wid We (I - Octane) 3:19
3. How Mi Feel (Assassin) 1:31
4. Peppa (Mavado) 2:28
5. None Ah Dem (Shabba Ranks) 3:03
6. Stronger (feat. Mykal Rose & Rodney Price) (Cham) 4:00
7. For Yur Eyez Only (Shaggy, Alaine) 3:42
8. Whine (Wine) (Vybz Kartel) 3:11
9. Duggu Duggu (Gyptian) 3:24
10. Black Woman (Richie Spice) 3:16
11. Can't Go Round It (Stevie Face) 3:47
12. Groovy Little Thing (Tarrus Riley) 4:13
13. Pull Up (Beres Hammond) 3:55
14. Everyday (Courtney John) 3:25
15. Times Like These (Queen Ifrica) 3:52
16. One Draw (feat. Camilla) (Alborosie) 4:06



Assembled by the reliable crew at VP Records, Reggae Gold is the preeminent and longest running (19 years) reggae compilation series on the planet, collecting some of the year's biggest and best singles from a wide array of artists. Unlike other comps that are all dancehall, all roots, or all dub, each sub-genre is represented here, from the rowdy opener "Jah Army" with Stephen Marley, Damien Marley, and Buju Banton, to the breezy and low-key "Pull Up" from O.G. Beres Hammond. Shabba Ranks gets busy on "None Ah Dem," Vybz Kartel goes off on "Whine (Wine)," and Mavado does his thing on the squeaky funk beat of "Peppa." On the mellower tip, check out Queen Ifrica's "Times Like These" and Alborosie's smoky closer "One Draw featuring Camila. A great, well balanced collection ideal for both casual fans and hardcore reggae fanatics.