Roots Reggae Music

Album: Count Me In (2014)


  • A track from Rebelution's fourth album, this song is about the music they love - how roots reggae can bring people together and take them to a higher consciousness. The group doesn't look like most reggae acts - they're four white guys from California - but they always connected with the genre.
  • Don Carlos, who was an original member of the seminal reggae group Black Uhuru, sings on this track. In our interview with Rebelution frontman Eric Rachmany, he explained: "I've gotten to know Don Carlos over the years and he knows that I always talk about him and how much of an influence he is on me. But every time I'm in his presence I'm nervous, just because in my eyes he's a legend."


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