The Best Reggae Videos from Jamaican Music Artists

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Check out the latest and greatest reggae videos from your favorite Jamaican music artists.

Best Reggae Videos

Reggae music is a genre that originated in Jamaica in the late 1960s. The genre is characterized by a strong bass line, drum and percussion rhythms, and an emphasis on vocal harmonies. Reggae music has been popularized around the world by many Jamaican artists, and has exerted a significant influence on other genres of music. Here are some of the best reggae videos from Jamaican music artists.

Best Reggae Love Songs

There are many different types of reggae music, but one of the most popular subgenres is reggae love songs. These songs often have a slower, more mellow sound than other types of reggae, and they often focus on themes of love and relationships.

If you’re looking for some great reggae love songs to add to your playlist, check out the videos below. These are some of the best Jamaican music artists making great reggae love songs today.

Best Reggae Party Songs

If you’re looking for the best reggae party songs, look no further. We’ve got the ultimate party playlist, featuring the best reggae songs from Jamaican music artists. From classics like Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds” to contemporary hits like Sean Paul’s “Temperature”, this list has all the best reggae party songs that you need to get the party started.

So turn up the speakers, light up a joint, and get ready to enjoy the best reggae party songs.

1. “Three Little Birds” by Bob Marley
2. “One Love” by Bob Marley
3. “Get Up, Stand Up” by Bob Marley
4. “Could You Be Loved” by Bob Marley
5. “No Woman, No Cry” by Bob Marley
6. “I Shot the Sheriff” by Bob Marley
7. “Jamming” by Bob Marley
8. “Waiting in Vain” by Bob Marley
9. “Redemption Song” by Bob Marley
10. “Satisfy My Soul” byBob Marley

Best Reggae Sad Songs

There are many great reggae songs out there that can touch our hearts and make us feel the emotion of sadness. These songs often come from a place of heartache and pain, but they can also be a source of comfort for those who are going through tough times. If you’re looking for a sad reggae song to help you get through a tough time, check out our list of the best ones below.

Jamaican Music Artists

Jamaican music artists have been creating reggae videos for decades. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the best reggae videos from Jamaican music artists. We’ll also discuss the different aspects of Jamaican music and how it has influenced the reggae genre.

Sean Paul

Sean Paul is a Jamaican singer, rapper and songwriter who began his musical career in 2000 with the release of his debut album Stage One. Since then, he has gone on to release five more studio albums and has become one of the most successful Jamaican artists of all time. His most recent album, Full Frequency, was released in 2014 and included the hit single “Take It Low”.

Throughout his career, Sean Paul has been nominated for numerous awards, including Grammy Awards, bet Awards and MTV Video Music Awards. He has also won several awards, including a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album for Dutty Rock in 2003.

If you’re a fan of reggae music, then you’re sure to enjoy watching Sean Paul’s music videos. Some of his most popular videos include “Temperature”, “Get Busy” and “We Be Burnin'”.


Shaggy is a Jamaican reggae fusion singer who rose to fame in the early 1990s with his hit singles “Oh Carolina”, “Boombastic” and “It Wasn’t Me”, and has since been crowned the King of Dancehall. He has had several international number one songs, including “Hey Sexy Lady”, “Feel the Rush” and “Angel”. Shaggy’s latest album, Hot Shot 2020, was released in July 2020.

Beenie Man

Beenie Man, (real name Anthony Moses Davis,) is a well-known Jamaican reggae artist. He was born in Kingston, Jamaica, on August 22, 1973. Beenie Man started his music career at the age of seven when he won the Tastee Talent Competition. He released his first album, The Seven Year Old Genius, in 1982. Since then he has gone on to release over eighteen albums and has collaborated with a number of other artists including Nas, Missy Elliott, Wyclef Jean and Sean Paul. He is widely considered to be one of the most influential Jamaican artists of all time and has won numerous awards including five Grammy Awards.

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