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Reggae Gold 2007 Treasures Of The Caribbean Features 18 Recent Reggae Gems

July 8th, 2007 9:00am EDT
Reggae Gold 2007The #1 reggae compilation; Reggae Gold 2007 Treasures of The Caribbean, divulged its riches to the rest of the world on June 12, 2007. VP Records discovered 18 of the most prized reggae gems of 2007 along with an exclusive bonus DVD featuring the hottest music videos, artist interviews, footage of Kingston's liveliest dancehall parties and the Reggae Gold cover model casting call and photo shoot.

After digging and searching, VP experts found the essential jewels necessary for a first-class compilation. The medley of Caribbean tunes ranges from the top-rated hits to rare exclusive tracks…from dancehall's finest to roots & lover's rock's best…from hip hop vibes to pop vibrations.

The Gold Mine Find represents Wealth, Prestige, Assertiveness and Lavishness.

Exuding 24 karat goodness to the fullest, MIMS ft. Junior Reid, and Cham carry their bravados to another level on "This Is Why I'm Hot" Black Out Remix. Practicing what they preach, this #1 Billboard hit's cocksure delivery and allure led them to gold status in only a matter of minutes. This is why they're hot!

The Sapphire Piece represents Harmony, Loyalty, Composure, Mutual Understanding and Indestructible Trust.

Newcomer Tesseanne Chin- pop songstress with a dash of dancehall diva- gains her fan's trust instantaneously on her melodic heart felt tune " Hideaway," where the hopeless romantic expresses her devotion and love for a special someone.

The Ruby Smash is undisputed ruler and most sought after, representing vivacity, passion and power.

Sean PaulMaking crimson waves since day one, Sean Paul, the dancehall king, radiates the vigor and sexiness needed to get the club jumping on his new dance single "Watch Dem Gal A Roll" off his anticipated Fall 2007 album.

The Emerald Tune represents freshness, vividness, never monotonous behavior and lively vigor in all its nuances.

Mavado, the one and only turbulent genius who is taking dancehall by storm, brilliantly shines as the next star of his genre. Surviving as a spontaneous youth in tumultuous surroundings, Mavado reveals his plot on the gun tune smash "Top Shatta Nah Miss."

The Diamond Cut represents first-class service, eternity and journey.

You better bring it cause Elephant Man is waiting, and he only expects the finest of course... uhh... diamonds, that is. Prompt delivery equals smooth business operations, according to Buju Banton's hit song "Driver." On Elephant Man's "Bring It," the follow up tune to Driver, Elephant Man plays the recipient and seller of these delivered goods from Buju's driver. This choice cut is expected to be on Elephant Man's upcoming album, "Let's Get Physical," set to be released by VP/Bad Boy Records this August.

Sean Paul "Watch Them Roll" Streaming Audio

Check out the Reggae Gold 2007 Official Website where you can enter a Scavenger Hunt for a chance at $5000!

Track Listing
1. Watch Dem Roll – Sean Paul
2. This Is Why I'm Hot (Blackout Remix)
3. Top Shotta Nah Miss – Mavado
4. Bad From Mi Born – Munga
5. Last Night- Mavado
6. Bring It- Elephant Man
7. Bobby Reds-Buju Banton
8. Brooklyn Jamaica- Morgan Heritage
9. Sticky – Jah Cure
10. My Fada Seh – Gyptian
11. Hideaway – Tessanne
12. Love & Affection – Pressure
13. I Need Her in My Arms – I Wayne
14. Sacrifice – Alaine
15. More Woman – Shaggy