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Today we start a journey through the sounds of Indigenous reggae that’s pumped out of Studio 49 over the past 20 years of our show. This hour, we do a little island-hopping to put the spotlight on Indigenous reggae from Hawaii, New Zealand and other locations. If your ears perk up when you hear the sweet sounds of Indigenous island style of reggae, we have a treat for you on this pre-recorded edition of Native America Calling.
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Jay G says
Regarding pre recorded show on 3/30/15. I love the message of reggae and been enjoying Hawaii & Aotearoa style for several years now. My only issue with most of these “indigenous” groups is they aren’t “rebel enough ” too much lover lover lyrics. As native full blood I want to hear our fight & struggles with the System, government our own tribal leadership corruption teach that to our youth through that avenue. that is why we listen to Bob Marley in the first place, the struggle of being poor & discriminated. Aho!!
Qaiyaan harcharek says
On the March 30 program, there was a song played I heard befor while I was in New Zealand. What was the playlist of reggae songs during this show??