Albums, Reggae Beats, and instrumentals

Albums, Reggae Beats, and instrumentals

Hey, how are things?

Im writing this post to tell you I’ve got more new Albums, Reggae Beats, and instrumentals…

Want to know more?

Good, well Like I already mentioned in my previous post; “New reggae Releases from Mystique Productions“, I have several new songs and beats for artists to take advantage of, I like to explore new and old talent so I’m very interested in getting connected to new talents and entrepreneurs.

I Have also released a new album which will feature several Jamaican artists and international producers and musicians. To get a chance to  listen to some of our tracks online check out these links.

You can also find all YouTube videos by mystique productions here!!!

And for artist or business promotions that I provide go here

 I’m also working on new websites for upcoming and international artists if you’re interested in graphics work and web designs contact us now!!! 

Thanks for reading don’t forget to subscribe to our channels and look out for the new album Reggae Revolution Vol1. which releases on the 9th of April, 2018 in all major distribution companies!

Stay tuned, help me spread the word and leave a comment if you like it!

A brief history from Wikipedia

Stylistically, reggae incorporates some of the musical elements of rhythm and bluesjazzmento (a celebratory, rural folk form that served its largely rural audience as dance music and an alternative to the hymns and adapted chanteys of local church singing),[7]Calypso,[8] African music, as well as other genres. One of the most easily recognizable elements is offbeat rhythms; staccato chords played by a guitar or piano (or both) on the offbeats of the measure. The tempo of reggae is usually slower paced than ska but faster than rocksteady.[9] The concept of call and response can be found throughout reggae music.

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