Toots & The Maytals are a jamaican reggae and ska music group, formed in 1963. Listen to their classic “Pressure Drop”, recorded in 1969, which was rated as No. 446 in the list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time by the Rolling Stone magazine:
Akua Kamau is an indie, blues, pop, reggae, jazz, ethnic musician from Jamaica. Listen to his nice piece “Cries Of The Ancestors” as a tribute to the african ancestors.
Tito El Bambino is a well known reggaeton and latin-pop musician from Puerto Rico, born in 1981. From 1996 to 2004, he was active in the duo Héctor & Tito, where he became fame. In 2005 he started his solo career. Listen to his song “Dámelo”, from his brand new album Invicto:
Nasio Fontaine is a reggae artist from the Commonwealth of Dominica. Listen to the great song “When”:
Jobarteh Kunda is Munich-based international band with members from Africa, the Caribbean, the US, Italy and Germany. They formed in 1999 and are known for their world music. Here’s “Maimuna”:
Tabu Ley Rochereau (born 1940) is a musician from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He is the leader of Orchestre Afrisa International and one of Africa’s most influential vocalists and prolific songwriters. Along with guitarist Dr Nico Kasanda, Tabu Ley pioneered soukous; he internationalised his music by fusing elements of Congolese folk music with Cuban, Caribbean, and Latin American rumba. Here is the song “Mokolo Nakokufa”
Eddie Santiago, born in 1955, is a salsa singer from Puerto Rico. Here’s his great song “Jardin Prohibido”:
Raging Fyah is a reggae, pop and dancehall group from Kingston, Jamaica. Here’s their nice song “Judgement Day”:
Extra-relaxing updated song:
Bakra Bata are a Caribbean steel drums band from Seattle performing caribbean drum rhythms, here’s their song “Canon“:
Polito Ibañez is a cuban latin and pop musician. Here’s his great song “Como Nacen las Hojas“:
This was a Music-Suggestion from Noel, gracias!