DJ Rowstone ::: Reggae Going Strong

DJ Rowstone, Take it Away! For a Little Bit of Reggae!

Ask the homie Yoshi about The Netherlands. I bet that he’d be quick to rattle off one or two of the many memorable moments he’s had when he lived there. Ask me and I’d be just as quick to heap praises on their DJs. Asides from the giants of EDM that regularly fill up stadiums, you also have good folks DJ Rowstone that can still induce out-of-body experiences of a different kind — with reggae music. Here, the Amsterdam resident has jammed within just over an hour some of my favorites toasters (such as Agent Sasco, Kabaka Pyramid, Queen Ifrica and Tarrus Riley) and riddims (like Apollo, Top Shelf, Twilight or Wizzle). I hope you enjoy this as much as I am.

The Mix

The Playlist

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The Tracklist

01. Raging Fyah ::: Rebel
02. Samuel Medas ::: Royalty

Episodes Riddim
03. Rage ::: I Am Not a Lonely Girl
04. Etana ::: Green Card
05. Tarrus Riley ::: Ah Me and Jah

07. Tarrus Riley ::: Haunted
08. Protoje ::: Bout Noon

Wizzle Riddim
09. Lukie D ::: Time to Shine
10. Konshens ::: Every Hustler
11. Agent Sasco ::: Full Up a Style
12. Romain Virgo ::: Bless Me Lord

13. Samory I ::: Call on Jah
14. Kabaka Pyramid ::: Everywhere I Go (feat. Protoje)
15. Yaadcore ::: No Fenke Fenke (feat. Shanique Marie & Kabaka Pyramid)
16. Koffee ::: Burning [Ouji Riddim]
17. Koffee ::: Raggamuffin
18. Beres Hammond ::: I’m Alive
19. 5 Star ::: Lightning Storm
20. Jahllano ::: Blaze

Forward Riddim
21. Etana ::: Africa
22. Fari Difuture ::: Jungle out There
23. Gappy Ranks ::: How Long

24. Kingseyes ::: Never Give Up

Twilight Riddim
25. Dean Fraser ::: R.A. Super Special
26. Duane Stephenson ::: Play That Song
27. Etana ::: Be Alright
28. Ginjah ::: Bring Heaven Down

Life Teachings Riddim
29. Natural Black ::: True Love
30. Bugle ::: Love People
31. Christopher Martin ::: Free Me

32. OC ::: Forever You and Me [Real Swing Riddim]
33. New Kingston ::: Come from Far
34. Spiritual ::: Children of the Revolution
35. Queen Ifrica ::: Black Woman

Top Shelf Riddim
36. Queen Omega, The Expanders & Walshy Fire ::: Roots Daughter Flex (She’s an Empress)
37. Cocoa Tea, The Expanders & Walshy Fire ::: Medical Marijuana
38. The Expanders ::: Top Shelf
39. Fyakin, The Expanders & Walshy Fire ::: I & I Story

40. Lila Iké ::: Biggest Fan

Nice & Easy Riddim
41. Tydal Kamau ::: My Paradise
42. Gappy Ranks ::: The Band
43. Sara Lugo ::: Growing a Jungle (feat. Randy Valentine)
44. Iba Mahr ::: Family Not Friend

45. Kabaka Pyramid ::: Make Way (feat. Pressure Busspipe)
46. Fyakin ::: Steamin’

Apollo Riddim
47. Dub Inc. ::: Too Much (feat. Agent Sasco)
48. Dub Inc. ::: Wake Up (feat. Capleton)

Old King Cole Riddim
49. Etana ::: Good Good Feeling
50. Hezron ::: Unbreakable

51. Zyon I ::: Change
52. Naomi Cowan ::: Paradise Plum
53. Lila Iké ::: Gotti Gotti
54. Richie Spice ::: Unity We Need (feat. Chronixx)
55. Kabaka Pyramid ::: Reggae Music

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I wrote as kid. (I'd die if you'd ever get your hands on those poems.) And I wrote as a teen. (We thought our raps would spearhead revolution.) I write these days to share my joys and perspectives. I am as subjective as they come. I found a bunch of blessed souls that are just as expressive. And Africa is all the better for it. (I think I never really changed.)
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