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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?


Aza Lineage "Kingston to Cali" Ep
Aza Lineage always keeps it rootsy and her new EP "Kingston to Cali" is no exception. Aza begs you to 'Rock and Step' in to her world of reggae muzik. Are there any winners of war? Aza says there are 'No Winners of War' in a bhinghi style. The truth is it is the biggest business in the world so many win financially. 'Here is my shoulder, I'ill be your friend and and I'll be the one to make you 'Smile Again' again, just a good vibes tune. 'Plant Up The Herbs' is a tribute to all the herbalists.' Ah just the roots, the radics, the reggae, the rockers unite our nation and we bend out the slackers' is Lineage's dedication to reggae and what it can do. It has an 80's vibe in lyrics and delivery yet modern musically. The EP ends with the woman's touch of 'Shea Butter.' A love song about how she will take care of her king.
Mikey General 'Cornerstone'
Mikey General has been in the business solidly since the early 1990's. After 30 years in the business, the General is peaking in his career. He ha become that 'Cornerstone' that was refused. All that is changing. His last album was by far his best in "Hold A Heights."
Chrisinti 'Nothing Will Change'
Chrisinti is back full force. It's about muzik & more music. The first recent single to make that impact is his lover's rocker for the ladies 'Nothing Will Change.' You feel the passion in this one.
Julian Marley "Colors Of Royal"
Julian Marley releases new sounding album "Colors Of Royal" with a more upbeat sound than his traditional roots reggae. The 8-track collection, which features production work from Alexx Antaeus, Notnice (Popcaan, Spice, Vybz Kartel), Mr. Sonic (Santana, Ricky Martin, Jon Secada), Sean Alaric (Teyana Taylor, Koffee, Protoje), and Prince Productions (Waka Flocka Flame, French Montana, Kid Ink), boasts four new songs, as well as the previously released singles "The Tide Is High" and "Roll," plus brand new remixes of both. "Colors Of Royal" is an exciting departure from Julian Marley’s previous roots reggae offerings, and showcases his versatility as an artist. The album is a collaboration, as Marley and Antaeus have blended their unique styles and influences to create something extraordinary. Colors of Royal showcases a kaleidoscope of sounds and invites listeners to both think about the state of our world today and, at the same time, appreciate and enjoy life.
Julian states

“This album is all about artistic freedom and exploration,” says Julian. “We wanted to create something that was both true to reggae music and also pushed the envelope, and I think we’ve achieved that with Colors of Royal. It’s a journey through sound and color, and we can’t wait for people to experience it.




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