Good Vibes Charity Event feat. Fortunate Youth | Top Shelf Reggae

On February 3rd, Sasquash Rosin Press held a charity event in Temecula, California to raise awareness within the cannabis community about autism and how cannabis is helping autistic children by raising some funds for families in need and for autism research. They had speakers talking about autism and how they are working with Congress to […]

Cydeways “Love for Two” Live Video | Top Shelf Reggae

Boston to Santa Barbara band Cydeways has a new live video for their single “Love for Two”, the latest off their recent But It Aint House Music debut LP. A track about the confusing qualms spurred about by a budding relationship, Cydeways jams out their relationship angst live style in this video shot and edited […]

Katchafire drops new single “Love Today” | Top Shelf Reggae

It’s no secret that big inspiration often comes from true love, something that New Zealand’s award winning superstars, Katchafire can certainly attest to in their latest release titled “Love Today.” The track stays true to Katchafire’s tried and tested formula of classic roots reggae, R’n’B and funk, as the track delivers another all-out sensory assault […]

Stick Figure at SLC’s Hangar House | Top Shelf Reggae

Stomp your feet to the reggae beat! The Stick Figure Above the Storm Tour passed through Salt Lake City on January 27th, leaving behind smiles and warmed hearts in their wake. Iya Terra, Twiddle and Stick Figure rocked the stage at The Hangar House in the heart of downtown Salt Lake. People of all ages cheered, […]

Top 5 2017 Occurrences In Dancehall

The year in Jamaican music has been rather eventful, as usual. From a myriad of success stories to inevitable controversies, this year in Jamaican music was rather eventful to say the least. Here’s our top 5 moments that made 2017 a year we’ll forever cherish in our memories. Latest News

25th Annual Rototom Sunsplash takes shape | Top Shelf Reggae

The first announcement unveiling the initial artists signed onto Rototom 25 is finally here! As of this morning, Spain’s Rototom Sunsplash, otherwise known as the biggest European reggae extravaganza of all time, has taken shape for reggae-lovers far and wide. Situated on the breathtaking Costa Azahar Mediterranean beaches of Benicassim, Rototom is not your regular […]

Why Spice is winning in Dancehall

With killer vocals, crazy dances and talented dancers, Team Spice had an extremely successful 2017. However, Spice has been progressively successful throughout the years, and must be commended for her work ethic. Latest News

Who deserves the Grammy Reggae Album of the Year?

Looking back, the year 2017 was a good year for Jamaican music, especially Reggae. The Chronology and Stony Hill albums were the two major albums of the year, the former written and co-produced by young reggae superstar Jamar ‘Chronixx’ McNaughton and the latter written by reggae icon Damian ‘Junior Gong’ Marley. Latest News

KBong unveils “Open My Eyes” video | Top Shelf Reggae

Stick Figure keyboardist and influential solo artist, KBong, is making waves once again with his latest music video for “Open My Eyes” – a love song about living in the now. Walking along lavish and lush landscapes, KBong journeys across Hawaii in the video, taking in its innate beauty as if for the first time. It's […]

WORLD VIDEO PREMIERE: Kwamevi “Faithful” (feat. E.N Young) | Top Shelf Reggae

Kwamevi (born Edem Kwamevi Agbottah) was born into the Ghanaian Ewe Tribe in Dallas, Texas, inheriting both West African and American traditions as a result. With an affinity to bamboo flutes and African rhythms, Kwamevi began playing classical guitar at age 15, influenced by music that speaks of self-awareness and togetherness. After releasing and producing […]

Stick Figure at Madison’s Barrymore Theatre | Top Shelf Reggae

After catching the Chicago, Illinois stop on Stick Figure’s Above The Storm Tour, Top Shelf Reggae drove about 3 hours north the next night to catch them at the Barrymore Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin. Another beautiful sold out venue filled with music lovers anticipating Stick Figure with supporting bands Iya Terra and Twiddle on January […]

Stick Figure at Chicago’s Riviera Theatre | Top Shelf Reggae

Stick Figure’s Above The Storm tour is currently underway and Top Shelf Reggae was fortunate enough to attend several nights of this incredible tour. The lineup includes supporting acts by Twiddle and Iya Terra, and up first was a night with the bands in Chicago, Illinois at the Riviera Theatre on Friday, January 19th. The […]

Top Shelf talks with Tatanka | Top Shelf Reggae

Colorado-based and buffalo enthusiast band Tatanka has recently concluded a short winter tour alongside E. N Young, Dubbest and Bumpin Uglies. After 10 days on the road trekking around the continental southwest, the Tatanka boys took a break to chat with Top Shelf Reggae on tour highlights, future plans and weed preferences. 2017 was a […]

WORLD VIDEO PREMIERE: Ibru “My Life” | Top Shelf Reggae

Caribbean native Ibru (formerly Artiste Hebrew) is back with a teaser off his upcoming full-length album Life Story with the brand new single, “My Life”. Branching out from the rural island of South Andros in the Bahamas, Ibru showcases his journey from humble beginnings to stardom in this world video premiere, directed by Icey Jace […]

Damian Marley’s cannabis company is making waves in the industry | Top Shelf Reggae

With chart-topping songs like “Medication,” on Damian’s most recent solo album Stony Hill, it’s no secret that Damian is a leader and an advocate for the de-stigmatization of medical marijuana. While reggae fans around the globe have been buzzing about this recent album from Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, investors have been buzzing about his publicly […]

Hollie Cook “Vessel of Love” album review | Top Shelf Reggae

British singer, songwriter and keyboardist Hollie Cook is about to premiere her third full-length solo LP Vessel of Love this Friday, January 26th – with a new single already climbing the charts! Continuing in her self-proclaimed “tropical pop” fashion, Cook accentuates reggae, dub and rocksteady vibes in between sounds of yesteryear, like 1960s acid rock […]