Tune in live to Feel Jah FM. We are a new radio station playing the greatest variety of old and new Reggae 24 hours a day. Listen in your browser, or click an icon to stream in your preferred media player.
Feel Jah FM was created with two aims. The first aim is to broadcast reggae music to as many people as we can all over the world. We want reggae fans to enjoy their favourite classics and check out new material, while those less familiar with the music can really get to know what reggae music is all about.
Our second aim is to spread the righteousness that is Rastafari. Through reggae music Rastas can meditate and embrace One Love wherever they are. For all its rich history and culture, Rastafari can easily be broken down into three vital necessities: Love, Peace and Unity. No matter who you are, where you've been or what you believe, the Rastafari message that runs through reggae will help you in realising these three necessities.
Rastafari developed among an oppressed people who felt society had nothing to offer them except more suffering. The messages expounded by the Rastafari promote love and respect for all living things and emphasize the paramount importance of human dignity and self-respect. Above all else, they speak of freedom from spiritual, psychological, as well as physical slavery and oppression.
Red, gold and green are the Rastafari colours. Red symobolises the blood shed by African slaves, gold symbolises the wealth of Africa and green symbolises all nature and vegetation which humans depend on for survival.
Bob Marley grew up in Jamaica. In 1964 he formed The Wailers with Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer. Shortly after, the three Wailers became a part of the Rastafari movement. Their music soon reflected this, with many of their songs talking of One Love and resistance to the oppression suffered by many. Bob and his music's worldwide success let the world know what Rasta had to say.