Virtuous: 15 Reggae Songs Celebrating Women

Reggae speaks the language of love, and, of course, women are usually a central theme in many of the songs. Whether she is an empress, queen, royal, or a natural beauty, leave it to the reggae lyricists to find the words to celebrate and extol the virtues of their beloved women.

Angel

  • Artiste: Shaggy
  • Album: Hot Shot
  • Year: 2000

Beautiful

  • Artiste: Damian Marley
  • Album: Welcome To Jamrock
  • Year: 2005

Champion

  • Artiste: Buju Banton
  • Album: Til Shiloh
  • Year: 1995

 Far Away

  • Artiste: Tarrus Riley
  • Album: Parables
  • Year: 2006

Empress So Divine

  • Artiste: Warrior King
  • Album: Virtuous Woman
  • Year: 2002

Longing For

  • Artiste: Jah Cure
  • Album: True Reflections … A New Beginning
  • Year: 2007

L-O-V-E  Y-O-U

  • Artiste: I-Octane
  • Album: Crying to the Nation
  • Year: 2007

She’s Royal

  • Artiste: Tarrus Riley
  • Album: Parables
  • Year: 2006

Strength of a Woman

  • Artiste: Shaggy
  • Album: Lucky Day
  • Year: 2002

Taking You Home

  • Artiste: Romain Virgo
  • Album: Romain Virgo
  • Year: 2010

Tempted To Touch

  • Artiste: Beres Hammond
  • Album: A Love Affair
  • Year: 2009

That Girl

  • Artiste: Maxi Priest (feat Shaggy)
  • Album: Man With The Fun
  • Year: 1996

Virtuous Woman

  • Artiste: Warrior King
  • Album: Virtuous Woman
  • Year: 2002

Woman I Need You

  • Artiste: Sizzla
  • Album: Da Real Thing
  • Year: 2002

Woman of my Dreams

  • Artiste: Anthony B
  • Album: Life Over Death
  • Year: 2008
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