Reggae music is a genre of music that originated in Jamaica in the late 1960s. It is characterized by its strong rhythms, which are often based on the syncopated beat of the drums, and its focus on bass and percussion. The lyrics of reggae music often deal with themes of social justice, love, and Rastafarianism. The origins of reggae can be traced back to the traditional folk music of Jamaica, which was heavily influenced by the rhythms and melodies of West Africa. Reggae music emerged as a distinct genre in the late 1960s, drawing on the influences of ska, rock steady, and traditional Jamaican folk music.

One of the most distinctive features of reggae music is the heavy use of the bass and drums. The bass guitar often plays a prominent role in the music, providing a strong and steady pulse that is often syncopated with the drums. The drums, particularly the snare and bass drums, are also an important part of the sound, providing the driving rhythms that are the foundation of the music.

The lyrics of reggae music often deal with themes of social justice, love, and Rastafarianism. Reggae music has always been deeply political and socially conscious, and many reggae artists have used their music as a way to speak out against oppression, poverty, and injustice. The Rastafarian movement, which originated in Jamaica in the 1930s, has also been a major influence on reggae music, with many reggae artists expressing their beliefs in Rastafarianism through their music.

Some of the most famous and influential reggae artists include Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and Toots and the Maytals. Bob Marley is considered one of the most important figures in the history of reggae music, and his songs have become anthems for social and political change around the world. Peter Tosh was a singer, songwriter and musician who was an original member of The Wailers, also a pioneer of roots reggae music. Toots and the Maytals, led by Toots Hibbert, was one of the most successful and influential reggae bands of the 1970s, and their music continues to be popular today.

Reggae music has also had a significant influence on other genres of music such as rock, hip hop, and pop. Many rock and pop artists have incorporated elements of reggae into their music, and reggae has also been a major influence on the development of hip hop. Reggae music has also been a powerful tool for promoting peace, unity, and understanding between people of different cultures, and it continues to be enjoyed by audiences around the world today.

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Summer Track ideal for Beach Parties, Club, Sound reinforcement, Restaurants, Summer Videos and everything nice and fun.
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Sun, palm trees, beach and sea. A relaxed reggae pop that invites you to dream of a vacation in the South Seas.
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"Sunny Rasta" is sort of a hybrid between rock and reggae. It's very happy and uplifting and works with all sorts of joyful content. If your content involves a beach or any tropical environment, go for "Sunny Rasta". OR you could plug this in your ear the first time you’re...
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Reggae logo, intro, jingle for film, TV, Social Media and other themed Scenes.
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Kevin MacLeod makes fun of me for making scary and dark music all the time. What can I say? I can explore all sorts of dark and mysterious crevices, and my horror catalog and downloads show that they are in fact functional lol! However, I was determined to show Kevin...
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Very kind and positive guitar intro. Perfect for logo reveals, opener, intro, broadcast, advertisements, websites, YouTube channels, Vimeo channels, vlogs, presentations, corporate videos, infographic videos, tutorials, slideshows, business videos, startup videos, app promos, marketing videos, jingle, news, web TV and other visuals. Instruments: Guitar, bass, piano, percussion, fx 2 versions...
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Summer Song for Comedy and more.
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A rock infused reggae ballad! There are few bands out there making hybrids of rock and reggae, but man, it’s really cool. Few changes throughout, but very melodic and interesting. I also managed sneaking a guitar solo in there.
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A very relaxing, but still groovy reggae track! “Be Chillin’” is a potato-instrumental. By this I mean that you can use it for anything. Either as a background soundtrack to your content, or you could play your guitar, or put vocals on top. Very ambient, but still melodic and interesting.
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I love fish, do you? Then let's make sure that the sea is always full of fish.
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Laid back day on an island beach.This piece of music is <A HREF="">available in an uncompressed format here</A>.