Best Reggae of 2019

Nuclear AgeRise UpThe Sound Of Bond StreetStand At EaseI Come From GatesheadWomen Soldier: Riddims By Chalart58Reggae Taking OverBagigi DubJah Division: Dub Will Tear Us Apart Again (Deluxe Edition)Vampire SystemFuneralRainfordHeavy RainChant & HealAfrica Is My HomePraise Jah JahNo Fenke FenkeYoung Kulcha on DiscogsEstudando O Dub

In alpabetical order:

  1. Black Market – Psycho Killer (available digital-only)
  2. Milton Blake – Nuclear Age
  3. Conscious Embassy – Grey Dub / Rising Dub (from the album)
  4. Joseph Cotton – Ganja Alibaba (from the album)
  5. Robert Dallas – Stand At Ease
  6. Earl Gateshead – I Come From Gateshead (version)
  7. High Paw – Lyrics Designer 
  8. Injektah – Dub Taking Over
  9. Jahder – Bigigi Dub / WW Dub
  10. Jah Division – Transmission Dub / Disorder Dub (from the album)
  11. Maxine Joseph – Vampire System (version)
  12. Kanka – Funeral Dub
  13. Lee Scratch Perry – Makumba Rock (from the Rainford album)
  14. Lee Scratch Perry – Mind Worker (from the Heavy Rain album)
  15. Purple D’Lyte – Chant and Heal
  16. Ashanti Selah – Africa Dub
  17. Linval Thompson – Praise Jah Jah
  18. Yaadcore featuring Shanique Marie and Kabaya Pyramid – No Fenke Fenke
  19. Young Kulcha – Days are Grey (from the same album as No.3)
  20. Tom Ze and Lee Perry – Estudando o Dub

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