Top 10 Reggae Albums Of The 90's
We have compiled a list of the top 10 Reggae albums of the 90's for your jammin' enjoyment. A new genre of top reggae albums emerged in the 90's while artist's bringing dance music and reggae together in a new way to point interest towards party goers during that century.
- Rasta Business. Released by the artist, "Burning Spear," the album "Rasta Business" was nominated for a Grammy Award for the best reggae album in 1996.
- 40 Oz. to Freedom. Released by the band "Sublime," 40 Oz. to Freedom was a popular ska/reggae album released in 1992.
- Songs of Freedom. Released in 1992 by "Bob Marley and the Wailers," the album "Songs of Freedom" was, and still is in 2010, a popular album for reggae lovers.
- Guns Out. The album "Guns Out" was released by the artist "Beenie Man" in 1994 and is one of the many underrated reggae albums of the 90's.
- Voice of Jamaica. Released in 1993, the album titled "Voice of Jamaica" was released by the artist Buju Banton.
- Lover Girl. Released by "Lady Saw" in 1994, the album "Lover girl" was one of a kind since there aren't many reggae singers, especially in America. For a male or female, the album was an instant hit.
- Sublime. The self titled album by the band "Sublime" was released in 1996, and is still considered a favorite album to reggae lovers, even in 2010.
- House Call. Released in 1993 by "Shabba Ranks," the album "House Call" was a huge hit in 1993, but was tragically forgotten within a few years.
- Undisputed Champion. Released in 1993 by "Admiral Bailey," the album "Undisputed Champion" is yet another underrated album that was left behind in the 90's.
- Boombastic. Released by the artist "Shaggy," the album "Boombastic" was named after its best known song, "Mr. Boombastic." The single song is still well known now in 2010.