Top Barrington Levy Albums
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She Call Mi Phone (feat. Beenie Man & Suga Roy & Conrad Crystal) - Single
She Call Mi Phone (feat. Beenie Man & Suga Roy & Conrad Crystal) - Single
[2014]
Original Songs, Vol.4 (Spécial) - EP
Original Songs, Vol.4 (Spécial) - EP
[2013]
Reggae Anthology: Sweet Reggae Music (1979-84)
Reggae Anthology: Sweet Reggae Music (1979-84)
[2012]
Original Ragga Muffin, Pt. 1
Original Ragga Muffin, Pt. 1
[2011]
Gangsters (feat. Vybz Kartel & Khago)
Gangsters (feat. Vybz Kartel & Khago)
[2011]
Duets
Duets
[2010]
Twist Tape (Mixed by DJ Nero & DJ Brushie)
Twist Tape (Mixed by DJ Nero & DJ Brushie)
[2010]
Teach the Youth
Teach the Youth
[2008]
In Dub
In Dub
[2007]
Moonlight Lover
Moonlight Lover
[2006]
Barrington Levy In Dub - the Lost Mixes from King Tubby's Studio
Barrington Levy In Dub - the Lost Mixes from King Tubby's Studio
[2004]
Dancehall Anthems 1979-1982
Dancehall Anthems 1979-1982
[2002]
Time Capsule
Time Capsule
[1996]
Divine
Divine
[1994]
Barrington
Barrington
[1993]
Turning Point
Turning Point
[1992]
Love the Life You Live
Love the Life You Live
[1991]
Prison Oval Rock
Prison Oval Rock
[1991]
The Barrington Levy Collection
The Barrington Levy Collection
[1990]
Here I Come
Here I Come
[1985]
Teach Me Culture
Teach Me Culture
[1983]
Poor Man Style
Poor Man Style
[1982]
Related Information for Barrington LevyBarrington Levy (born April 30, 1964) is a reggae and dancehall artist. He was born in Clarendon, Jamaica and soon formed a band with his cousin, Everton Dacres, called the Mighty Multitude; the pair released “My Black Girl” in 1977. Levy established his solo career the next year with “A Long Time Since We Don’t Have No Love”; though the single was a failure, the fourteen year old was a popular performer at Jamaican dancehalls. read more