Simply put, Zion I Kings are not just the finest collective of reggae musicians in the world, or the finest production team in the world, they are a force of nature. Undoubtedly the tightest, most innovative, and most prolific reggae… Continue Reading
Included here is the new video for Lutan Fyah’s “Too Much Ramshackle,” a track from his stellar new collaboration album with Zion I Kings titled Music Never Dies (released today!). This tune finds Lutan rhyming over Zion I Kings’ Lion… Continue Reading
Killer performance by Ziggi Recado at Reggae On The River 2016 in Humboldt, CA. Featuring our good friend and Zion I Kings bassist Jah David. Check my recent interview with Jah David.
From time to time I think it is important to let you guys know what I am spending my money on. Which reggae albums did I think were worth dropping $9.99 on lately? Here is a quick rundown… Zion I… Continue Reading
The most innovative and prolific production collective in reggae has just released what is perhaps the year’s best dub album. Zion I Kings’ Dub In Style is an eleven track dub album livicated to the memory of Lincoln “Style” Scott,… Continue Reading
Zion I Kings strikes back with Marketplace Riddim: Zion I Kings Riddim Series, Vol. 5, an EP which follows the critically acclaimed Lion of Judah riddim compilation released by ZIK in 2015. In a 1978 interview Bob Marley described reggae… Continue Reading
Akae Beka’s new album Portals is yet another brilliant collaboration between Vaughn Benjamin and Laurent “Tippy-I” Alfred of I-Grade Records. It is an album with a sound and vibe much different than Akae Beka’s 2015 debut album, which was produced… Continue Reading
Check Midnight Raver’s recent interview with Jah David! Big up The Virgin Islands Consortium for sharing the video!
As co-founding member of Zion High Productions and bassist for Zion I Kings, David “Jah D” Goldfine is one of modern roots’ most ardent and respected torch-bearers. Along with I Grade Records and Lustre Kings, Zion High has been the… Continue Reading
It is impossible to reconcile just how influential Zion I Kings have been in this, the modern era of roots reggae. Their latest riddim compilation, Lion of Judah Riddim (Zion I Kings Riddim Series, Vol. 4) is an exceptional album… Continue Reading