Bahiano

Argentinian Reggae Legend popularly known for his unique deep voice style and his Latin American success with LOS PERICOS in the 90’s and beyond with anthems such as “PARATE Y MIRA”, “HOME SWEET HOME”, “PUPILAS LEJANAS”, “RUNAWAY”, and many more!

PARATE Y MIRA

HOME SWEET HOME

PUPILAS LEJANAS

RUNAWAY

Gondwana

Originally formed in 1987 in Santiago, Chile, Gondwana has remained one of the most successful and celebrated Latin reggae bands in the game. But some might ask, what exactly is Latin reggae? As Bob Marley’s music took the world by storm in the 1970s, reggae music’s socially conscious philosophies spread to various areas of Latin America, becoming quite popular in Afro-Caribbean regions. Latin reggae artists convey the socially conscious messages of roots reggae in their music, but do so in their native languages of Spanish or Portuguese. Latin reggae also has a stylistic and cultural twist that infuses musical elements from various regions of Latin American into the reggae rhythms themselves. Source: Intity Weekly

PIENSAME: 7 Million Views on YouTube: Filmed in Miami!

FELICIDAD (70 Million Views)

SENTIMIENTO ORIGINAL (36 Million Views)

Bachaco

BACHACO, representing Venezuela via Miami with a Reggae Rock attitude and a Latin Twist, 15 + Years and 300+ concerts from Argentina to Canada returns to Miami with their LIVE PERFORMANCE EP which features the Hit Singles “LOOSEN UP, SA SA SA, YOU SAY YOU LOVE ME, and Spanish rendition of Barrington Levy’s “TOO EXPERIENCED”.

SA SA SA

BACHACO’s music successfully blends feel-good and conscious lyrics through the mix of Reggae, Dancehall and Ska with Rock, Hip-Hop and even South America’s own popular Caribbean rhythm, Cumbia. Since its formation in 2007, BACHACO has performed over 300 concerts all the way from Argentina to Canada sharing stage and performing at the same events and festivals as other big names in the reggae and world music scenes such as Israel Vibration, Toots & The Maytals, Tribal Seeds, Ozomatli, Luciano, Easy Star All-stars, Midnite, Cultura Profetica, Gondwana, Los Cafres, Los Pericos, Bahiano, Alika, Jarabe de Palo, Los Amigos Invisibles, WAR, King Chango and many more.

LOOSEN UP

YOU SAY YOU LOVE ME

MUCHA EXPERIENCIA / TOO EXPERIENCED

Inner Circle

INNER CIRCLE, from Jamaicawith 50-year-plus history in the reggae field and immense popularity, this Grammy winning quintet is one of the world’s most respected reggae groups with a long string of successes stretching back to the mid-70′s: “BAD BOYS” became a Number One hit in almost every European territory and sold approximately seven million copies worldwide; and “SWEAT (A La La La La Long)” exploded across the world.

BAD BOYS

SWAT (A LA LA LA LA LONG)

To anyone who’s familiar with the band’s 50-year-plus history in the reggae field and their immense popularity around the world-there’s much more to Inner Circle than what meets the eye. Indeed, this Jamaican-bred, Grammy winning quintet is one of the world’s most respected reggae groups with a long string of successes stretching back to the mid-70′s. Inner Circle’s special brand of pop-oriented Jamaican beats and energy -filled live performances have allowed the band to transcend the traditional reggae niche and enjoy widespread crossover appeal.

A testament to this is the fact that Inner Circle plays at many of the world’s largest music festivals-headlining alongside such towering pop and rock music icons as Elton John, Peter Gabriel, Van Morrison, Sinead O’Conner, The Black Crowes, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Carlos Santana, and many others. Along the way, the group has withstood five and a half decades of triumph and tragedy, thanks to a shared belief in music’s power to unite and heal, and to the intensely loyal sense of family that’s kept the band vital through some turbulent times.”

In 1978, while playing for the now infamous Reggae Peace Concert (a historic event ..ed in the film Heartland Reggae, which featured Bob Marley and Peter Tosh), the band achieved a major breakthrough when Chris Blackwell signed the group to Island Records. That same year, they achieved substantial commercial success with the Island album Everything Is Great, which became a Top 20 hit in the U.K and a Top 10 smash in France, and produced the popular singles “Mary, Mary” and “Music Machine.” During this period, Inner Circle also became one of the first Jamaican groups to tour in the U.S. The band’s burgeoning fortunes were shattered in 1980, however, when vocalist Jacob Miller was killed in a car crash. Devastated by Miller’s loss, the band did not return to the studio until six years later. The regrouped combo was completed with the addition of drummer Lancelot Hall in 1985. Inner Circle achieved new levels of international success in the 1990s. The title track of the album Bad Boys became a Number One hit in almost every European territory and sold approximately seven million copies worldwide; and “Sweat (A La La La La Long)” exploded across the world, simultaneously topping the charts in several countries in Asia, South America, Australia and New Zealand, as well as the European continent-where it became the most-played record ever in Germany and remained at 1 for a full three months. After winning a 1993 Grammy for Best Reggae Album with “Bad Boys,” the band scored again with the 1994 album Reggae Dancer, which earned another Grammy nomination for Best Reggae Album. That disc featured the breezy “Summer Jammin’,” featured in the soundtrack of Eddie Murphy’s film Beverly Hills Cop III. Meanwhile, the durable “Bad Boys” became a hit again when it was used as a title song for the Will Smith/Martin Lawrence action film of the same name. Since 1997 Inner Circle has undertake one of its most intense periods of touring playing to enraptured crowds, often in territories where few touring acts dare to venture. “In the last three or four years, we’ve been everywhere in the world, ” says Roger Lewis. “Brazil, Guam, India, Taipei, Beirut, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Asia, India the United Arab Emirates,” continues Lancelot Hall. “To some people a world tour is North America, Europe and Japan, but not US. If it’s on the map, we’re going there.” “Traveling around the world, you really learn that everybody’s basically the same,” observes Ian Lewis. “We are all one, regardless of our different ideas, and music is the best way to communicate that. Music is the highest language; it transcends politics, geography, skin color-it transcends all the things that separate people.” In the New Millennium , this aura of all-embracing, positive, upbeat energy is palpable and it reflects the message of unity that’s more than just a slogan for this durable, tight-knitted band. According to Touter Harvey, “The name Inner Circle means family, and that’s what we are. We’re all devoted to the band and each other, and that’s what makes us strong. We believe in the spiritual vibes of family and friends. Our success is nothing without warm, genuine people around to share it. Being successful is day-to-day just trying to be happy and keeping it real.” Now fast forwarding to 2022, Inner Circle continues to set trends in the Reggae world. With their own concert series the Reggae Jam & signature music conference The Inner Circle Fest. Also by collaborating with up and coming artists like Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid, & Teejay. Their single with Teejay currently has over a million streams & views on all streaming platforms. Which was just released in January 2022. For Summer 2022 Inner Circle will be rolling out new music. Such as their new single featuring Flo-Rida & Shaggy called “It’s A Vibe” coming soon.

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