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REGGAE NEWS: OFFICIAL BOB MARLEY CANNABIS FOR SALE The legend will perform [Super Ape] at Electric Brixton The branded cannabis is dubbed "Marley Natural" The line will be released with the late reggae legend's 71st birthday and as well as coming in four different strengths of the herb, they have also released a number of hemp based products like body washes, lotions, lip balm and even soap. Stephen Marley, second oldest brother in the Marley family personally endorsed the product, stating that, "If my father was here physically, he would be up front advocating for this plant, so we are very proud to put out Marley Natural brand out there." On 12th March, Lee Scratch Perry presents a legendary night of bass and roots in Brixton. Performances include his [Super Ape] album, with Mad Professor at the decks alongside a number of other artists including Channel One Sound System, Trojan Sound System and DJ Vadim & Real Roots. The Grammy award winning producer has worked with many different artists such as; Bob Marley and the Wailers, Studio One, The Congos, Max Romeo and The Beastie Boys to list a few. The much anticipated performance is also setup in conjunction with Lee Scratch Perry's 80th birthday. EVENT PREVIEW LEE SCRATCH PERRY AT THE ELECTRIC BRIXTON ARTIST OF THE MONTH: THE SKINTS The homegrown reggae torch bearers deserve a shout out With their latest album [FM], the group have shown us s once again why they are so far ahead in their own lane - it's a body of work that successfully blends together their reggae roots and London ideologies. With the name of the album based on an imaginary radio station, it was always going to touch on other genres, which isn't unusual for the group, but coupled with powerful harmonies and lyrics on current affairs the album takes on a life of its own. There are tracks for every mood and situation, which opens the group up to a whole new fanbase. It was a long wait between [FM] and their 2014 [Short Change] EP, and we've already been holding out too long for some more new material, so fingers crossed that one of London's premier homegrown groups gift us with new music soon. 54 Issue 84 / 2016 REGGAE PLAYLIST Till This Time Dre Island Gongsta Lutan Fyah Dancehall Dub Mr Vegas Most Wanted Ambush Here's the reggae on our playlist this month:

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