Toppa Top 10: The Best Caribbean Albums of 2014

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+1: Mr. Williamz, Set the Standard

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London’s most underrated dancehall ambassador tops our list of “honorebel” mentions with his Curtis Lynch-produced debut album full of top-flight deejaying and throwback riddims.

Jesse Royal Royally Speaking
Our mixtape of the year is not quite an album but just as long, and just as good.

Major Lazer Apocalypse Now EP

A holdover between Free the Universe and next year’s new albums spawned some big singles.

Martei Korley Kingston Konfidential EP

LargeUp’s visual bossman brings forth a big lovers rock sound.

Mr. Vegas, Reggae Euphoria

A solid effort as always from one of reggae and dancehall’s most consistent artists.