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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?


Irie Souljah ‘Helping Hand”
In this world no can do it they say no man is an island. Irie Souljah returns with 'Helping Hand' to inspire people to help. He does it nicely.
Young Israelites 'Can't Get Enough'
One of our favorite international reggae bands is the Young Israelites. They are preparing a new album and this new song is the first one from that upcoming new album. It starts a bit different for them with a more acoustic sound and then breaks into their full rocksteady vibe at approximately 2 minutes.
Analea Brown feat Kabaka Pyramid 'You'
A great love song from new Tongan artists Analea Brown and it features one of Jamaica's hottest artists at the moment Kabaka Pyramid on 'You.' It's from her upcoming album "A-N-A." A successful song writer who sings 'love me some you,' on her new single 'You.' It's when all you do is think about that special person you love.
Luciano & Lutan Fyah 'Settle Down'
Reggae has it's share of 'Ganja' tunes. So when Luciano & Lutan Fyah teamed up to praise the almighty, The nerves and meds do not settle down easily.
Raging Fyah 'Raging Fire'
There's no doubt that Raging Fyah has created fire since day one. Ever since original singer Kumar Fyah went solo both have not found the same success. The band has a new singer in Odean "Journey" Ricketts and they finally have reached that sound again with their new track 'Raging Fire.' It's exactly that with their true roots reggae sound. It's nice to hear them again in this form.
King I Noah 'Light of the World'
The artist is considered a veteran by his longevity in the business;. In our book, he is a new artist and may not be the one we found from way back because, this new tune sounds way better than anything we listened. The other thing or quality in this artist that is different, he has a haunting similarity in this song 'Light of the World' to Garnett Silk. Through his slurs, delivery & sound, the song feels like a Garnett Silk song. The riddim is 'The Free Spirit' and has a very different vibe to his previous productions musically. We do know for sure that the sound on this one is of a much higher caliber. He speaks of Selassie as the 'Light of the World' which is also a strong favorite of Garnett Silk. If this sound & quality continues, stardom is around the corner for King Noah I.



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