Rihanna has decided that she is going to record a Reggae Album. It seems that more mainstream pop artists are discovering that there is something extraordinary about this particular genre of music.
Here are two updated articles that I found about Rihanna's new venture.
Rih-gae: Rihanna is officially working on a reggae album. In a Vogue profile promoting Savage X Fenty and Ocean’s 8, Rihanna gave details about Anti’s follow-up. “With her next record — her ninth — Rihanna is moving the needle on her creative output all over again: She plans to make a reggae album,” Vogue reports. “Though it’s too soon to name a full list of collaborators, one early influence may be Supa Dups, the Jamaican-born record producer who has worked with such dancehall greats as Beenie Man, Sean Paul, and Elephant Man.”
Speaking about her love of Bob Marley, Rihanna says: “I’m gonna sound like a real tourist when I tell you my top Bob songs; 'Three Little Birds,' 'No Woman, No Cry,' and 'Redemption Song.' Last month Rihanna assured fans that new music was coming.
Each week we look far and wide for some of the latest stories affecting reggae, reggae culture, and the future of the genre.
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6 African artists who are big Reggae
As the saying goes, music (good music of course) is food for the soul. Reggae music is arguably one of the most popular music genres in the world. Originating from the Caribbean island of Jamaica in the 1960s, the genre became massively popular thanks to legendary singer and songwriter Bob Marley.
African reggae musicians are also paying their deuce in the industry. While at it, they also proudly flaunt their motherland anywhere they find themselves. To celebrate their legacies and immense contributions, Face2Face Africa highlights these 6 African reggae artists who are known internationally.
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