Ms. Bakerâs debut solo album is lyrical and, at times, disturbing.
The son of the legendary reggae artist Bob Marley, who spends much of his time touring and also lives in Miami, talks about the joys of going back to Jamaica.
Pompadours and pleather: The reggaeton-influenced style of Havanaâs fashion-conscious men shows that Cuba is not stuck in time.
It is rare for a Jamaican to top the chart, and OMI, while basking in the publicity of his song’s remix hitting No. 1, hopes to continue to appeal to a variety of audiences.
Mr. Kemp, whose “Just Got Paid” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s R&B chart in 1989, was found dead on a beach in Jamaica on Thursday.
Magic!, known for its reggae-rock, celebrated its No. 2 hit single and its new album at the Marlin Room on Thursday.
âBob Marleyâs Three Little Birds,â at the New Victory Theater, blends Marleyâs music with a narrative about a boy who prefers to stay home and watch TV.
Aer, a white hip-hop and reggae duo, performed to an almost exclusively white audience at Irving Plaza.
Mr. Clarke once said that Third World was not “strictly a reggae band,” but “definitely a reggae band.”
Raucous parties in Jamaica are often filmed, and the footage is sold to Jamaicans abroad who are nostalgic for the sights, sounds and thumping bass lines of home.