Posts Tagged ‘ reggae ’

Ska Theme Songs

Today, we won’t be focusing on just one artist’s or band’s work, but instead on the genre of Ska. Ska originated in Jamaica in the 1950s, predating reggae and rocksteady. There are three periods Ska music is divided into chronologically. Pop over to Wikipedia if you really want to learn about them. Otherwise, scroll down and enjoy.

First, Scooby Doo by Punk Covers

Space Bells by Ska Skank Redemption

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Zion-I Remixes Rebelution

Rebelution’s song Safe and Sound stands pretty well on its own. But this remix from Zion-I takes the smooth reggae and picks up the tempo to turn it into a great song to listen to in the car, in your dorm, or even anywhere you can just sit back relax and let it flow over you.

Feel free to move with it:

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Chiddy Bang and K os: Cool New Songs

We cannot legally give you links to download these songs. However, if your worth your weight, there are plenty of places to get these for free, but if you really like them, buy them off iTunes.

The Love Song —K os

I guess Canada is good for something, this rapper/producer out of Toronto uses a variety of genres from rap to reggae to convey his lyrically based music.  K os (pronounced chaos) focuses on a positive message and frequently criticizes mainstream hip hop for being too centered on money and violence.
Here We Go —Chiddy Bang
These rising stars from Philly rely on sampling and unique electronic based instrumentals provided by Noah “Xaphoon Jones” Beresin coupled with quick and clever wordplay from Chidera “Chiddy” Anamege.  The two met at Drexel University and have been jamming ever since.  Check out “Chiddy Bang: The Preview” for more.
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