The Highly anticipated debut album from Abajonai Kushites is available for stream and download, distributed globally via RiddimDaddy. The album consists of thirteen tracks reminiscent of the golden era of reggae, while encompassing the fiery energy of today's conscious dancehall reggae movement.
Kush or Aba as he is called amongst brethren has a powerful voice, unwavering high energy, complimented with soothingly raspy melodies and witty vocal sound effects. He is emerging as one of Roots reggae's most exuberant stars, full of vibes with conscious hard-hitting lyrics.
Abajonai (pronounced ABA-JO-NYE), born Hughgan Thompson in the rural community of Golden River, Above Rocks, St. Catherine, lives his life and creates his music based on a quote he once heard from the legend Everton Blender; “blow your nose, and not your mind”. A typical day in the life of Abajonai includes a trod to the spring, daily devotion, watering his garden and cleaning his surroundings before touching the streets and hitting the studios. The genre and root of Abajonai’s music is Roots Reggae. Check the links for streaming and download.
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7/25/2016 0 Comments
SQUAD produced by Isaac Faith (Youth Black Faith Records) is seamless fusion of Hip-Hop and dancehall in which BRNGTN pays homage to true friendship and also serves as a warning to "frenemies". With potentlyrics like 'No envious badmind caah part of my team, ‘round me every
heart clean', it is easy to see that BRNGTN is on a mission to separatethe real from the fake. A memorable melody, witty lyrics and a vibrant dancehall riddim combine to make SQUAD a bashment party must have.
The Gong is back with a message live from the streets and its a message to the have's about the possible consequences for their treatment of the have not's. Click read more to listen
6/30/2016 0 Comments
Warrior King's long awaited album The Rootz Warrior is now available online with guest appearances from Beres Hammond and Richie Spice. In 2001 when the hit "Virtuous Woman" became well known on the international reggae scene, The Jamaica Observer declared Warrior King "one of the artists who made a difference in 2001."In August 2010, Warrior King was recognized by the United Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) Marcus Garvey Awards for his contribution to music. He continues to tour the world including Europe, South America and the United States. In April 2011, he completed a tour with renowned reggae singer Luciano, focused on raising funds for countries that recently suffered natural disasters such as Japan. Hear samples from his new album below and click here to pick it up on iTunes.
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The Best Reggae Album This Year So Far: The Theory of Reggaetivity by Agent Sasco
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Cool meditation vibes coming down from the Couch King and the Alpha Roots crew.
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American reggae band Soja topped the Itunes Reggae Chart. "I wanted to be Bob Marley since the first time I saw a picture of him and I still do; what I mean by that is conscious music needs to have a spotlight on it and he did that bigger than anyone who ever lived," explained Jacob Hemphill, lead singer/songwriter of the Washington D.C. based American reggae band SOJA, in a late July interview with Billboard following their performance at Manhattan's Pier 97, as part of the Michael Franti/Spearhead led Soulshine tour. Check the entire billboard article here
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