Origin of reggae
Words nearby reggae
How to use reggae in a sentence
The Petworth Summer Saturdays feature groups playing indie-folk, reggae and other styles on the sidewalk outside Willow, a clothing and gift store.Where to find free outdoor concerts in the D.C. area|Fritz Hahn|July 23, 2021|Washington Post
When I was in Matumbi, we said that we were going to be strictly a reggae band.
In coming up with music, I would record the piece twice as a Jazzterpiece — I recorded a straight reggae version, using Angus “Drummie” Zeb on drums.
John Holt is the Curtis Mayfield of the reggae and I’ve been listening to him since a youngster.
Read Psalm 137, the one that was turned into the catchy reggae song “Rivers of Babylon.”Up to a Point: Shrugging Our Way Back to War in Iraq|P. J. O’Rourke|August 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Context: Last words the reggae legend said to his son Ziggy, after telling him he had a song for him.Tupac’s ‘F*ck You’ to a Cop and the Best Last Words|Marlow Stern|May 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Well, he does a reggae rap while wearing a bandana on his head.It’s Been 20 Years Since Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Ryan Gosling Joined the Mickey Mouse Club|Kevin Fallon|November 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Below, British band Massive Attack performed with guest singers Liz Fraser (of Cocteau Twins) and reggae legend Horace Andy.
The track opens with glitchy lo-fi distortion and reggae crooning.Praise ‘Yeezus’: Kanye West’s New Album Is an Eclectic Tour de Force|Marlow Stern|June 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for reggae
Word Origin for reggae
Cultural definitions for reggae
A form of pop music that originated in Jamaica, combining elements of calypso and rhythm and blues (see blues) with a strongly accentuated offbeat. Bob Marley was the first internationally known reggae musician.