CariVibez launches Gospel Reggae channel featuring music videos from some of the top gospel reggae artists. Gospel reggae "is spiritually refreshing and is a genre on the rise with quality songs and video production".
Historically reggae music has always been of a spiritual nature however the infusion of gospel has taken this spiritualness to a higher level by adding a strong Christian influence. The genre has often been an after thought in mainstream circles but is rapidly gaining momentum and being led by names such as Stitchie, Papa San, Lynette White, and Carlene Davis to name a few. In 2008 Prodigal Son's scorcher "Head Cyaan Hot So", a lyrical response to the crime situation that had plague Jamaica, made international headlines and was a regular on many charts. A sign of the increasing popularity is also present on CariVibez as Lypher's 'Make One" is currently occupies the #10 spot on the CariVibez/DJ Res-Q Top Twenty Music Video Charts.
The Gospel Reggae Channel will provide an alternative viewing option for fans looking for a musical message of a more spiritual nature. Artists, their representatives, and directors who wish to add their work to this channel should email a high resolution (HD .mov or .mp4) download link to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.