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Contact: Reggae Bubblers
RR1 Box 10481
Kingshill, St. Croix
USVI 00851

(340) 626-7136 / (340) 513-7773

From the west end of STX come brothers Cheech and Hayba to form Reggae Bubblers.  Each of the brothers contribute lead vocals and play Bass and Guitar on their music which is recorded at their Yaba Pot Studio

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The Music

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After advancing their skills playing soca and calypso, Reggae Bubblers released their first reggae album, Give A Little Love, in 2004.  This was followed-up with the 2005 release of Hills And Valleys, along with Live On Assignment in 2006 and Livin Up in 2007.  Reggae Bubblers are also behind the three Black Star Liner compilations.

Reggae Bubblers - Give A Little Love
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Various Artists - Black Star Liner Vol. 2 Various Artists - Black Star Liner
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Cheech Lead Vocals, Guitar, Percussion
Hayba Maltuba Lead Vocals, Bass, Percussion
Tafari Tzaddi Keys, Percussion
Kanjah Sweeny KBubble Keys, Percussion
T Rock Davis Drums, Percussion, Vocals

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Hayba and Cheech outside
of Yaba Pot Studio - St. Croix

Live at UCA Center - St. Croix - Jan. 7, 2006


Reggae Bubblers videos coming soon!!!


Reggae Bubblers In Hawaii



Reggae Bubblers Interview
January 7, 2006
St Croix, USVI
Running Time: 47:17

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Album Reviews

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Reggae Reviews:
The Reggae Bubblers' second album, Hills and Valleys is a strange album. It's strange because it's good, but it has few of the makings of a good album. The songs are fun, but simple and formulaic. The vocals fit with the music, but often off-key and nonchalant. The lyrics are also not very remarkable and sometimes cheesy. Also, the instrumentation is at times cheesy. But at the same time, the music is completely genuine. - More

BigUp Radio:
When I think back to some of the earliest memories I have of hearing Reggae music for the first time, I feel a sense of naturality. An elemental component that has been here since creation. The concept of Niyabinghi is an ancient vibe that is the foundation of roots reggae. Many are called, and few are chosen. The Reggae Bubblers have captured the spiritual heights that anyone with an awareness of word, sound, power, is seeking. - More

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