Top five reggae EP’s 2014

During 2014 an unusually high number of EP’s were put out, and many of them were also very, very strong efforts.

Three of the EP’s below are by up and coming singers. And we’re far from there yet, but issuing an EP before a full album might be a trend for debuting singers.

Best EPs II

The list below is presented in no particular order and if you are curious about the EP’syou can download this Spotify playlist with all of them.

Papa Michigan – DJ Legend
Vintage dancehall in a contemporary style with loads of musical references to 80s Jamaica.

Clay – 1st Chapter
It’s easy to fall in love with this set, particularly the melancholy and darkness that is expressed in the more conscious cuts.

RC – Rough Survivor
Promising and smooth debut album from this passionate and uplifting vocalist. managed by the legendary Donovan Germain

Randy Valentine – Break the Chain
Energy and smoothness in a divine combination.

Kenyatta Hill – Riddim of Life
The son of legendary singer Joseph Hill – lead singer in Culture – carries his father’s legacy forward and waves the red, gold and green banner high and proud.

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