Twenty-four-year-old Jamar “Chronixx” McNaughton has been steadily rising up the music scene with his classic and smooth brand of reggae. Watch him perform Skankin’ Sweet, Majesty and Spanish Town Rockin’ from his new album Chronology.
Postmodern Jukebox and vocalist Ariana Savalas teamed up to transform Shaggy’s raggamuffin hit It Wasn’t Me into a ’60s-style version that sounds a whole lot like Tom Jones’ classic It’s Not Unusual. It’s one of those things that shouldn’t work, but somehow it does.
Gogamusic has made a career out of turning popular songs into reggae versions. As we dug through his YouTube channel, we came across a few gems, not the least of which is this cover of Journey’s 1981 classic, which seems completely at home in Jamaican style.
While the audio leaves a lot to be desired, it’s still awesome to see this performance where Stevie Wonder heard the reggae band Lesterfari and Kings Music gigging outside of an LA health food store, and joined them for an impromptu rendition of Bob Marley’s Waiting in Vain.