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SHOK WAVE is your weekly new REGGAE music blog. SHOK WAVE finds music that is out there in the form of Reggae, Dancehall, Soca, Ska, Dub, Reggae Rock & anything else musical with a Caribbean origin and in any language.

Here is what we found this week.......Enjoy!

Instead of not doing a blog this week we decided to list a bunch of good songs that released. I did not find anything great just good. Maybe this should be the start of an additional playlist? What do you think?


Chester Miller 'Loving Feeling'
'Loving Feeling' is the title track from Chester Miller's '"Loving Feeling" EP. In one sense the song sounds reminiscent of Dennis Brown. His has that same passion and uses the same slurs in this song especially in the beginning. Listen and let us know if you feel the same way. The rest of the album is decent, 'Loving Feeling' stands tall.

Bazil 'Right Line'
we have been impressed with Bazil over the years. He has been one of the most consistent reggae artists in recent times. Everything he releases is just good. His latest release is 'Right Line.' He always 'walks pon di Right Line.'
Sizzla 'Stop Destroying The Earth'
We know Sizzla will open a few ears and get people to recognize that we need to 'Stop Destroying The Earth.' Thank you! Every line sung in this song is powerful.


Keith & Tex 'Can't You See' /'Uptown Girl'
The original duo of Keith & Tex started during the rocksteady era in 1966 and broke up in 1970. They started touring again in 2013 & recording in 2015. Since then it has been a steady stream and these songs are from their new album ''Freedom.' The album returns to their original rocksteady & ska sound.


Klymate ft. Caspa G 'Weakness'
Everyone in life has a 'Weakness,' and for most men of the soca world is a woman. Kylmate & Caspa G have no hesitation in admitting their weakness. This song has the 'sweetness' musically for mens 'Weakness.'
Burning Flames 'If Loving You Is Wrong'
Antigua's soca veterans return with


Solrise 'Donde'
Barcelona's newest reggae outfit comes out strong and upbeat on their newest single 'Donde.' Dubby with a jazzy trumpet and a Latin flair that will help give it a wider appeal. Feels like a song written during the pandemic as they singer where are my rights, where tell me, where, who took them. This is the translation of the chorus.



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