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Alton Ellis Selects Reggae

Among the multitude of astounding singers to have come from Jamaica, Alton Ellis was one of Ska and Reggae’s greatest pioneers. Ever since the start, Mr Ellis had always been hot property in the Reggae world. Being one of the only artists of the time able to work with rival producers Duke Reid and Coxone Dodd, his musical capability had the power to not just unite the fiercest of competitors, but to bring people together on a global scale. In celebration of this, Jet Star is proud to present ‘Alton Ellis Selects – Reggae’. Offering a selection of the Godfather of Rocksteady’s greatest hits including ‘Mr Skabena’, ‘Jah Guide Us’ and ‘Play It Cool’, the twenty-three track album is available to

Out Now! Stream the official music video for 'Everyday' by LYN

Ever since the release of her ‘Debut’ album, our very own soulful songstress LYN has been making some serious waves in the Reggae world. Performing for the likes of BBC Radio London and with an upcoming appearance at Reggae Fraternity’s Legacy show, it’s been hard to ignore the the backing vocalist come center stage star’s talent. Now, just when you thought you might be overcoming your obsession, LYN is ready to reel you back in with her sultry yet sassy music video for the lead track from ‘Debut’, ‘Everyday’. Bejeweled in dazzling headdresses, outstanding ornaments and copious amounts of glitter, ‘Everyday’ is a celebration of female empowerment; something which LYN fully embodies. Appearin

Meet the 'Queens of Reggae'

In the words of Annie Lennox, ‘behind every man, there has to be a great woman’. So, living in not just an industry, but a world that’s typically testosterone dominated, we believe it is essential to celebrate the women who are just as bold, just as powerful and just as talented as their male counterparts. These are… the ‘Queens of Reggae’. As Jet Star’s first all-female compilation, ‘Queens of Reggae’ is an ode to the sweet sounds and harmonious melodies these ladies bring to the decks. But, featuring the likes of ‘Black Pride’ by Kofi, ‘Caught You in a Lie’ by Louisa Marks and Angel’s ‘Don’t Wanna Cry’, the album isn’t just a humble lament, it’s a fiery declaration of liberation, celebrati

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