Tag Archives: Reggae

300 – Jammin’ (Benny Benassi Remix)

The Bob Marley and the Whalers classic has been remixed by one of the best in the game. Benny Benassi gives us a chill intro, but quickly moves into progressive and dubstep breakdowns to fit all types of crowds. Too bad this dropped at the ... Read More »

Episode 282 – Buffalo Soldier (Dj Scene Remix)

Dj Scene has gone above and beyond on this remix of a classic Bob Marley tune. Not only does he add a great beat, but he enlists a great trumpet player, Rico De Largo, to play some melodic licks over the Buffalo Soldier riff. This ... Read More »

Episode 108 – Coca-Cola Shape (Playlist)

Coca-Cola Shape (Dat Sexy Body) by Sasha ft. Fatman Scoop get’s one of the best reactions out of any song you could play at the club.  It’s instantly recognizable, commanding an immediate response and uses some of the hottest reggae riddims ever produced.  Dj Excel ... Read More »

Episode 091 – Tricky Choruses 1 (Reggae)

Last week we started our tricky choruses series with a tutorial on counting beats and bars as a way to get us all on the same page.  Hopefully that tutorial will help as a reference throughout this series.  Today we’re highlighting 3 reggae tracks that ... Read More »

Episode 082 – Oh Yeah (Playlist)

Oh Yeah by Foxy Brown featuring Spragga Benz is a classic high energy reggae/hiphop song from the early 2000’s and is used by both of us often in our sets.  It really calls to be quick mixed because it’s chorus is so high energy that ... Read More »

Episode 018 – Rude Boy (Scooter’s Reggae Remix)

Today we highlight remixes of: Rihanna – Rude Boy (Scooter’s Reggae Remix) About this remix: Song: Rude Boy (Scooter’s Reggae Remix) BPM/Key: 95/E-flat Minor Where to find it: www.crooklynclan.net/djscooter Let us know what you think at remixreport@gmail.com Read More »

Episode 010 – Reggae Playlist for the Commercial Club

Today we highlight dancehall/reggae tracks that work for commercial/bottle service clubs. —Note— During our set, we usually mix quickly in and out of many of these songs.  This is usually easy to do, as most reggae tracks feature a built in 4 bar intro. Old ... Read More »