|Let's Do It Again||J Boog - EP|| |
|Leaving With Me||Live Up - EP|| |
|Sunshine Girl (feat. Peetah)||Sunshine Girl|| |
|See Her Again||See Her Again|| |
|Ganja Farmer||Hear Me Roar|| |
|Lets Do It Again||Major Riddim (Don Corleon Presents)|| |
|Waiting On The Rain||J Boog - EP|| |
|Smoking Bomb Bud||Smoking Bomb Bud|| |
|Love Season||Hear Me Roar|| |
|Every Little Thing (feat. Fiji)||J Boog - EP|| |
Tribal Theory of San Diego, California has established them selves as the original Urban Reggae band. Formed in 2005, Tribal Theory’s signature is the fusion of their Pacific Island roots with the feel good vibes of Reggae, grittiness of Rock, and the soulful harmonies of R&B. This hybrid sound has the depth and versatility to span across many different genres.
Irie Love is an American R&B Reggae singer and songwriter. She first gained notice as one of the finalists on the "Brown Bags to Stardom" competition in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1999. She was signed by John Iervolino onto his record label, Quiet Storm Records. She was featured as the only new artist on his world music compilation entitled Roots Music Volume 2: Private Beach Party for which they used her likeness to promote the album.
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