VP Records Celebrates 20th Anniversary of its “Strictly The Best” Series

Now celebrating its 20th anniversary of showcasing the very best in reggae and dancehall music from throughout the year, the Strictly The Best (STB) series are a proven hit with fans and the longest running series in reggae music.

VP Records is set to release its highly anticipated annual hit series, Strictly the Best Vol. 42 and Strictly the Best Vol. 43, on Tuesday, December 7, 2010.

Strictly The Best Vol. 42 features the top reggae singers in the genre, including Gyptian, Jah Cure, Tarrus Riley, Romain Virgo, Tessanne, Alaine, Gramps Morgan, Sanchez and Marcia Griffiths, on a 16-track melodic montage that is bound to satisfy every reggae fan.

Strictly The Best Vol. 42 and Vol. 43 will be available in stores and on iTunes on December 7, 2010. Please direct all press inquiries to the VP Records Publicity Department - Rhona Fox at 718-425-1151 or rhona.fox@vprecords.com.

STB Vol. 42 lives up to its name with hit singles such as “Unconditional Love” by Jah Cure featuring Phylissa, “Dark Skin Girl” by singing sensation Romain Virgo, “So Much In Love” from Gyptian, “A Beer And A Girl” by the eternal Marcia Griffiths, and reggae rocker Tessanne on the glorious remake of Foreigner’s smash ballad, “I Want To Know What Love Is.”

Strictly The Best Vol. 43 sizzles with the hottest artists in dancehall music, including Sean Paul, Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley, Gyptian, Busy Signal, Vybz Kartel, Beenie Man, Mavado, Elephant Man, Bounty Killer and even rap star Nas.

From the titillating “Turn Me On” by Sean Paul, to Gyptian’s romantic new single “Nah Let Go,” the breakout hit “My Heart Remix” from Wayne Marshall featuring Mavado, dance anthem “How We Do It” by Elephant Man and Bounty Killer, and Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley and Nas featuring Dennis Brown on “Land Of Promise,” STB Vol. 43 smokes with 16 tracks guaranteed to blaze the dancehalls.

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