Noun(1) popular music originating in the West Indies; repetitive bass riffs and regular chords played on the off beat by a guitar
(1) The heart of the Fat Freddy sound is reggae , from ska through to dub, to which they add subtle hints of house music.(2) The boys like soul music and reggae - Aretha Franklin, Desmond Dekker, Marvin Gaye.(3) They added ideas from dub and reggae and a big dollop of social realism, sexual anxiety and Marxism.(4) My parents are from St Lucia, so there was a lot of calypso and reggae in the house.(5) Mr Murden liked the reggae music by Bob Marley which was played at the beginning and end of the service.(6) I wanted more of a groove on this album, and I thought, let's do as much reggae as we can.(7) The accompanying music is pretty standard urban fare, with a touch of reggae thrown in for good measure.(8) On the bill are DJs Andy Williams and Dubline playing hip hop, reggae and broken beat.(9) It's a daily beach party with Bob Marley reggae music and burgers sizzling on scores of grills.(10) I'd like it to cover a whole range of dance styles, from reggae to rock 'n' roll and from soul to swing.(11) Smith grew up with gospel and reggae ; Bob Marley and Yellowman in particular.(12) They'll be rocking the kwaito, reggae , hip hop and soul with the aid of some musical guests.(13) On your old website, you mentioned that you both grew up listening to hip-hop, reggae and jungle.(14) Strange as it may seem, Birmingham has become one of the most important cities for reggae outside Jamaica.(15) I was born in West London and grew up listening to reggae and punk rock.(16) reggae music
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