Reggae Radio Stations

We have 97 radio stations playing Reggae.


Capleton - King Shango The King of Fire
Genres: reggae

Uk Vibes.Net Birminghams No.1

DJ Supreme - danger zone rnb mix classics

Genres: reggae dancehall lovers rock

Soul Rhythms Radio UK

LaShawn D Gary - Everything You re Looking For feat Penny Wells
Genres: soul funk boogie ja zz disco reggae

Portobello Radio

Portobello Radio - Saturday Sessions 444 Sam Richardson This Is House

Genres: funk reggae electronic

Riddim1 Radio

Mickey Guyton - Heaven Down Here
Genres: reggae dancehall soul hip hop afrobeats


Capleton - King Shango The King of Fire
Genres: contemporary reggae

Konflict Radio

Deevstock 2023 - JayTee - Menagerie Stage

Genres: reggae house funk drum and bass

21st Century Soul Rhythms UK

Leela James - Right Back In It RFurch mix 6 main (2444 mastered)

Genres: 21st century soul neo ac idjazz reggae rnb n ew music

Radio Waters

Unknown - Noizydan s Solid Sunday 5th May 2024
Genres: electronic house drum and bass reggae

Muzicmasters Radio

Wayne Wonder - Little Understanding
Genres: reggae r b gospel dancehall

Soul Kitchen International Radio

Genres: reggae

Roots Legacy Radio

Taffari - Long Time
Genres: reggae

My Station name

Genres: reggae

Reggae Classic Hits

Gregory Isaacs - Wailing Rudie
Genres: reggae

Blueprint Tony Culture

Genres: pop reggae reggaeton reggae roots

Sensimedia Roots Reggae Radio

Capleton - Free
Genres: reggae

RFI 1021 FM St Lucia
Genres: reggae soca gospel c w dance

Joint Radio Reggae

Little Roy - Jah Can Count On I
Genres: reggae

Legacy 90.1FM - Feel The Vibes
Genres: reggae reggae roots pop reggae


Singing Melody - I Want you Back

Genres: reggae dancehall

About Reggae Music

Reggae music is a genre which was formed in jamaica during the 1960s and developed from ska and rocksteady. Reggaes rhythmical style was more syncopated and slower than that of its influences and it placed more emphasis on the off-beat rhythm guitar chord chops which were often found in ska music. Reggaes lyrical content maintained much of its focus on love as like with the lyrics of rocksteady, but during the 1970s some recordings began to focus on more social and religious themes which coincided with the rise of the rastafarian movement.

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