Jamaica

WORLD OF POP MUSIC  from  ∙  America  ∙  UK  ∙  Europe  ∙  Latin America  ∙  Africa  ∙  Australia  ∙  Russia  ∙  JAMAICA  ∙  … elsewhere  ∙

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JAMAICA POP MUSIC in the years..

∙   50s-60s   ∙  70s  ∙  1980s-2010s  ∙

Jamaica 1950s-2010s

JAMAICA POP MUSIC JOURNEY THROUGH 30 WORLD HITS 

∙  1953  ∙  Matilda (Harry Belafonte)  ∙  1956  ∙  Day-O/The Banana Boat Song (Harry Belafonte)  ∙  Jamaica Farewell (Harry Belafonte)  ∙  1957  ∙  Island in the sun (Harry Belafonte)  ∙

∙  1962  ∙  They got to go (Prince Buster)  ∙  1964  ∙  One step beyond (Prince Buster)  ∙  My boy Lollipop (Millie Small) ∙  1965  ∙  One love (Bob Marley)  ∙  1967  ∙  You don’t love me (Dawn Penn)  ∙  Black man’s country (Horace Andy)  ∙  The tide is high (The Paragons)  ∙  1968  ∙  The upsetter (Lee Scratch Perry)  ∙  1969  ∙  The Israelites (Desmond Dekker)  ∙

∙  1971  ∙  Declaration of rights (The Abyssinians)  ∙  1972  ∙  Skylarking (Horace Andy)  ∙  The harder they come (Jimmy Cliff)  1973  ∙  You are my angel (Horace Andy)  ∙  Is it because I’m black? (Nicky Thomas)  ∙  1975  ∙  Slavery days (Burning Spear)  ∙  1976  ∙  Positive vibration (Bob Marley)  ∙  1977  ∙  Equal rights (Peter Tosh)  ∙  1978  ∙  Now that we found love (Third World)  ∙

∙  1980  ∙  Could you be loved (Bob Marley)  ∙  1982  ∙  My Jamaican guy (Grace Jones)  ∙  1984  ∙  Under mi Sleng Teng (Wayne Smith)  ∙  1987  ∙  Pumpkin belly (Tenor Saw)  ∙  1991  ∙  Mr Loverman (Shabba Ranks)  ∙  1993  ∙  Oh Carolina (Shaggy)  ∙  1995  ∙  Boombastic (Shaggy)  ∙

2000  ∙  Techno party (Lee Scratch Perry)  ∙  2002  ∙  Get busy (Sean Paul)  ∙  2007  ∙  Beautiful Girls (Sean Kingston)  ∙  2015  ∙  I’m living (Sizzla)  ∙  2018  ∙  Generation (Jesse Royal)  ∙

1973

∙  1972 ∙  1973  ∙