Getting in touch with reggae music and Rastafarian culture, we explore the social impacts of an oppressive society, understand their liberation, counterculture movements, and nationalism, as well as rejoicing in their philosophy that life is just a celebration and a blessing. Since 1960, reggae has extended its positive message into Africa, Europe, New Zealand, Asia, Australia, and America. The genre addresses endless forms of socialism, hope, faith, love, political awareness, peace, and unity, but what truly defines reggae music is instrumentation and rhythm. Reggae music evokes a deep sense of well-being and prosperity among people, to ban together as one. All the way from the roots of Jamaica and right into the ears and hearts of millions all over.