Jamaica found its soul in 1962. Freed from colonial rule, Jamaicans were busy creating a new musical language, combining traditional African music with elements of American jazz and R&B, and broadcasting it from every street-corner sound system on the island. This is the birth of reggae. Big Fish Audio cranks up the sound system and takes you back to the island roots with Dread: Roots Reggae. From the frenzied sound of The Skatalites, to the rock-steady throb of the Heptones and Bob Marley, this rhythm is irresistible. These construction kits are full of traditional reggae melodies and rhythm. Come explore the roots of this infectious music.
41 Construction Kits
BPM's range from 65 to 160
||Compressed Download Size
|Apple Loops/REX/WAV/RMX Download includes
||WAV: 1.02 GB
||Apple Loops: 1.02 GB
||REX: 510.3 MB
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