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Soul of the Lion Records focuses on unique projects with special creative appeal. Past releases include the Dread & Alive Lost Tapes music series (2009-2010) and the More Spiritual riddim project produced by Green Lion (2012)

Green Lion Crew’s Rough Road Riddim (coming soon)


The Rough Road Riddim features a seductive mix of reggae, dancehall and dubstep vibes featuring the most anticipated artists of the day. Artwork by Taj Francis.

Jahdan Blakkamoore

Kabaka Pyramid


Dre Island


Cron Syncro




The More Spiritual Riddim (October 2012)
Green Lion and Soul of the Lion Records are pleased to present the More Spiritual Riddim, a Green Lion production based on Henry ‘Junjo’ Lawes’ legendary Ganja Smuggling riddim first released in 1981. Up to the artwork hand painted by Dan Buller (Heavyweight Art Installation), Green Lion’s production once again leaves absolutely nothing to chance.


Mr Williamz – We Run England
Million Stylez – More Spiritual (watch the vide0)
Kabaka Pyramid – New Year
YT – Save Di Children
Perfect – Don’t Be Afraid
Mr Williamz – Herbzman (free download)
Green Lion Feat Nambo & Everton – More Spiritual Version
Praise for the “We Run England” + the More Spiritual Riddim…
“We Run England” picked #5 on Heatwave’s Top 10 UK Dancehall Tunes in 2012 /OkayPlayer
“A Future Classic.” /Music Is My Sanctuary




“New territory in the collusion of art and music.” -Jamaica Gleaner


Vol 1 Dread & Alive - The Lost Tapes, Vol. 1 - Various Artists - —-Vol 2 Dread & Alive: The Lost Tape, Vol. 2 - Various Artists - —-Vol 5 Dread & Alive - The Lost Tapes Vol. 5 - Various Artists - —-Vol 6 Dread & Alive's The Lost Tapes, Vol. 6 - Various Artists


Inspired by The Dread & Alive comic book, The Lost Tapes is a musical journey compiled by Soul of the Lion in cooperation with Zoolook to accompany the epic Dread & Alive comic book. Hailed by the Jamaica Gleaner as “new territory in the collusion of art and Jamaican music”, The Lost Tapes span reggae, dub, spoken word and soulful roots. Designed to be heard either alongside Da Silva’s comic book, or, as a special, standalone musical event, The Lost Tapes is a unique find for music as well roots and culture fans everywhere. Click here for more info & reviews.

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