Reggae Loves Romance
Tarrus Riley – Superman
Tony Curtis – For Your Love
Da’Ville – I’m In Love With You
Beres Hammond – There For You
Freddie McGregor – I see It In You
Christopher Martin – Helpless
Maxi Priest – If I Gave My Heart To You
Gyptian – You Never Know
Jamelody – Love Crazy
Sanchez – Forever
Romain Virgo – Soul Provider
Jah Cure – Show Love
Morgan Heritage – Perfect Love Song
The romantic sounds of Jamaica come to life with “Reggae Loves Romance Vol.2”. The compilation represents the finest reggae music made for true lovers. This album is the fourth in the Reggae Loves series which also included “Reggae Loves Africa”, released in 2014; “Reggae Loves Jah” in 2015 and “Reggae Loves Romance” in 2016.
Executive producer, Eisaku ‘Selector A’ Yamaguchi wanted to focus on love in its purest form with this new compilation. In drawing inspiration with putting together the album, Selector A credits Bob Marley as inspiration. “While most people associate Marley’s music with hard-hitting cultural songs that deal with social issues, equal rights and justice, his powerful love songs like ‘No Woman No Cry,’ ‘Baby We’ve Got a Date,’ ‘Guava Jelly,’ ‘Is This Love,’ ‘Stir It Up,’ ‘Turn Your Lights Down Low,’ ‘Could You Be Loved’ and ‘Satisfy My Soul’ are alluring. When Marley sings ‘I’ll push the wood, then I’ll blaze your fire,’ or ‘I wanna love you and treat you right,’ these are seductive ballads that are right up there with the best of the best,” he stated.