" Free up black people, live up black people. Inna jail house dem wah fi lock people, mental shackles and chain inna brain dem trap people. "Busy Signal

" We´ll get our breakfast form trees, we´ll get our honey from the bees, we´ll take a ride on the waterfalls and all the glories. We´ll have them all. "Bunny Wailer

" Reggae music don't really focus on one thing, you know. If reggae music is speaking about the struggle of people, and the suffering, it doesn't mean black people. It means people in general.
"Burning Spears

" I see dancehall, reggae and hip hop as fused together, when I was a kid, they were two kinds of music that spoke to me and i said MOVE! "Sean Paul

" You can´t find the sound if you just love sleep "Dennis Brown

" I wish we were all hippies and did yoga, lived in cottages, smoked weed, accepted everyone for who they are, and listened to wonderful music. I wish money did not make us who we are. I just wish we could redo society. "Bob Marley

" Free yourself from your mind... which means to eliminate the lies that have been told to us, that we have accepted as truths. "Oriel

" We are living herbs... shape shifting trees. We have roots, stems, branches, fruits, flowers. I forward through the order of the Trees.. .a different order than you are used to. "Chronixx

" This is what Reggae is. It is the consciousness… In the world of music, Reggae represents the consciousness of music. "Ziggy Marley

" Nobody wanna plant the corn
Everybody want to raid the barn
Who yuh a guh blame it on
When is a next man yuh a depend pon
Well yuh wrong
Nobody wanna plant the corn
Everybody want to raid the barn
Haffi sing yuh owna song
Cant compete with careless John "Anthony B

" Babylon a use dem brain. True dem waan da ghetto youth dem fi go down the drain. Babylon a use dem brain. The mark of da beast the whole ah dem a proclaim. "Capleton

" What your hands do,
It's your own eyes that see,
So won't you judge your actions
To make sure the results are clean.
It's your own conscience that is gonna remind you
That it's your heart and nobody else's
That is gonna judge. "Bunny Wailer

" When Chronixx called me out at Electric Brixton in London will be something I won’t soon forget. He was in rare form that night and the building was literally burning up. He started to sing „Who Knows“ and the intensity was so high by the time i came on. It was like a volcano erupting. For us to share that moment together was awesome. "Protoje

" No man is an island, No man stands alone.
Treat each man as your brother and remember, each man's dream as your own! "Dennis Brown

" Dreadlocks can't live inna tenement yard,
Too much su-su su-su su-su, too much watchie watchie you! "Jacob Miller

" Reggae was always a passion of mine. I used to say in interviews that I would love to do a reggae album. But it consumed my life being a hip-hop artist and being Heavy D, which I'm happy and proud of. "Heavy D