Glen

Glen Washington

Glen Washington (born Glenroy Washington 1955) is a Jamaicanreggae/soca singer, songwriter and drummer.

  • Brother To Brother (1996), Studio One
  • Get Next To Me (1998), VP Records/Joe Frasier
  • Think About It (1999), Digital Eclipse Records
  • Can’t You See (1999), Charm Records
  • Solitary Red Rose (1999) Ruff Stuff Records
  • Wandering Stranger (2000), Studio One
  • Number One Girl (2000), VP Records
  • Can’t Keep A Good Man Down (2001), Don One Sounds
  • Free Up The Vibes (2001), VP Records
  • Your Love (2002), VP Records
  • Wanna Be Loved (2004), VP Records
  • The Right Road, (2004), Jet Star Records
  • Heart Of The City, (2006) Don One Sounds
  • Destiny (2008), VP Records
  • Glen Washington Meets Jah Ruby (2009), Jah Ruby Records/VP Records
  • Masterpiece (2012), Zion High Productions
  • Vibes (2013), Cou$ins Records
  • 1997 : “rockers nuh crackers”
  • 1998 : “before them taking over”
  • 1998 : “careless people (tune in riddim)”
  • 1998 : “jah glory (fade away riddim)”
  • 1998 : “love is the key”
  • 1998 : “waggonist (bobby babylon riddim)”
  • 1999 : “breaking up (breaking up riddim)”
  • 1999 : “close to you (riddim riddim)”
  • 1999 : “don’t baby (street sweeper riddim)”
  • 1999 : “free up the vibes”
  • 1999 : “give me little bit (ballistic affair riddim)”
  • 1999 : “mad at me (fatty fatty riddim)”
  • 2000 : “after one glance”
  • 2000 : “all my love (queen majesty riddim)”
  • 2000 : “got it going on (avec Horace Martin)”
  • 2000 : “heaven must have sent you (fire coal riddim)”
  • 2000 : “how did you know”
  • 2000 : “live my life (dem can’t call you slackness riddim)”
  • 2000 : “luv gone clear (everlasting riddim)”
  • 2000 : “more time (down by the river riddim)”
  • 2000 : “mr music (shank i sheck riddim)”
  • 2000 : “one of these day (Thank you lord riddim)”
  • 2000 : “saving myself (over me riddim)”
  • 2000 : “we want to be free (fever riddim)”

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