Sly and Robbie Reggae100 – 2008 live from Jamaica
Reggae100 – 2008 live from Jamaica
Sly and Robbie
& The Taxi Gang
with Cherine Anderson
Copenhagen will be hotter than July when the riddim kings ”Sly and Robbie” along withCherine Anderson and The Taxi Gang. They will pump up the heat in Vega the 6TH of November 2008. It will be one reggae show you should not miss.
Click play to listen:
Guess who’s coming to dinner (music made by Sly & Robbie)
Press next to listen to:
Rasta Talk by Cherine Anderson
Sly & Robbie are Jamaica’s most prolific drum and bass duo: since they started working together in 1975, they have played on an estimated 50,000 tracks. They have backed and produced virtually everyone on Jamaica, from Peter Tosh to Sean Paul.
They created their TAXI label in 1979 because they wanted more freedom to experiment do their own thing. Today, TAXI represents one of the biggest Reggae and Dancehall catalogs in Jamaica, featuring artists like Gregory Isaacs, Dennis Brown, Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Chaka Demus & Pliers…
In addition, Sly & Robbie have introduced the non Reggae public to their heavy yet melodic sound by producing international artists like Bob Dylan, Grace Jones, Joe Cocker, No Doubt, the Fugees, KRS One, Material, Sinead O’Connor and countless others.
Cherine Anderson singer and Jamaican actress, having starred in two of Jamaica’s most successful films, Dancehall Queen (1997) and One Love (2003). But lately, has been focusing on her music, collaborating with industry giants Sly & Robbie, Sting, Wyclef Jean, Bootsy Collins, and Jimmy Cliff. Cherine have many tunes out among them her debut hit single “Good Love” and “Coming home to night” with Chuck Fenda which quickly topped both the singles and the video charts in Jamaica. One of Cherine’s latest release, “Kingston State of Mind” Which has the late Natasja of Denmark on the same riddim with the release “long Time” Produced by Sly and Robbie.