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On the heels of closing the year with a successful tour alongside Grammy winning Morgan Heritage, billboard charting artist K’Coneil will be arriving in Toronto at the end of January for approximately a two week stint as he takes on the central-east coast of Canada. Besides the obvious strong Caribbean diaspora in Canada, along with the influence of reggae and dancehall in mainstream music displayed in such hits as “Sorry” by Canadian native Justin Bieber, or Tory Lanez various hits, Canada is a melting pot of music and culture whichRead More
  RAGING FYAH NOMINATED FOR 2017 GRAMMY FOR BEST REGGAE ALBUM 2017 World Tour Kicks off in Jan. with Tribal Seeds in U.S. Followed by Europe Run with UB40 in May BBC Radio Nominates Band for Freshman Session 2017 New Video “Dash Wata” Airing on BET Soul VP Records is pleased to announce that Raging Fyah has been nominated for their acclaimed album Everlasting in the Best Reggae Album category at the 59th Grammys®. The band continues to prove how their distinct roots reggae sound is making a major impactRead More
Christopher ‘Tambu’ Herbert will forever be a legend in the Soca music industry. His voice lives in records that have made carnival lovers world over, sway infectiously, time and time again. Even as the year 2017 looms, his name is being spoken of- this as one of Soca music’s most vocal supporters who doubles up as an artiste and triples as a radio personality, pays homage to Tambu in music, reviving a song that in 1989 stole the Road March title in Trinidad and Tobago. “This is my expression ofRead More
A NEW GENERATION OF ROOTS, ROCK & REGGAE, RAGING FYAH RELEASES NEW STUDIO ALBUM EVERLASTING ON MAY 27 ON DUB ROCKERS Recently Wrapped First U.S. Tour with Stick Figure and performing at Cali Roots Festival on May 29. “…most promising acts…their revolutionary spirit evoking the late Peter Tosh or Steel Pulse circa the late 1970s” – Billboard On the heels of their first national U.S. tour with Stick Figure and Fortunate Youth, one of Jamaica’s most promising young acts Raging Fyah is gearing up for their debut album for DubRead More
British Dependency has been accumulating miles and gaining traction since they released their debut album Finding Wisdom in 2013. From the Caribbean to Canada and the United States, they have made the British Isle of Anguilla proud with their reggae tinged lyrics and spellbinding stage presence. But though they have traveled extensively, from early on the band set their sights on performing in Africa and on March 1, 2016, that dream became a reality when they traveled over 3000 miles to perform at the annual MASA Music Festival in Abidjan,Read More
RAGING FYAH – A NEW GENERATION OF ROOTS, ROCK & REGGAE ANNOUNCES U.S. SPRING TOUR WITH STICK FIGURE New Studio Album Everlasting Slated for May 2016 on Dub Rockers “…most promising acts…their revolutionary spirit evoking the late Peter Tosh or Steel Pulse circa the late 1970s” – Billboard “whole crowd was drawn to its feet in a visible wave, like fallen dominoes getting up again.” (in regards to their 2015 Rebel Salute performance) -VOGUE Raging Fyah, one of Jamaica’s most promising roots reggae bands of this generation, announces U.S. SpringRead More
After a 2015 rich in guest appearances (Joey Badass, Allan Kingdom, Inner Circle, Major Lazer, Protoje & Maverick Sabre), Chronixx enters the new year with new music in the form of Roots & Chalice – a mixtape collaboration with renowned Brooklyn sound system Federation Sound – and an April U.S. tour (including Coachella 2016) in support of the project. This week, he drops the first visual from Roots & Chalice entitled “Perfect Tree” featuring Easah. The video sets the tone for mixtape’s theme as Chronixx professes his love for herbRead More
MOVE AND GROOVE TO THE ISLAND BEAT WITH THREE OF REGGAE’S HOTTEST ACTS WHEN GRAMMY-AWARD WINNER MORGAN HERITAGE, MAXI PRIEST AND JUNIOR MARVIN’S WAILERS COME TO THE BROWARD CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS FORT LAUDERDALE – It’s three times the laughter and Jamaican jamming when Morgan Heritage, Maxi Priest and Junior Marvin’s Wailers perform in one unforgettable concert on April 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Celebrating culture and the power of family, Morgan Heritage was formed by the fiveRead More
Raging Fyah, one of Jamaica’s most promising roots reggae bands of this generation, announces U.S. Spring tour with American reggae band Stick Figure. The five-piece Kingston collective will play solo dates in Colorado and Arizona (from March 1-5) beforing supporting Stick Figure in mid-March until end of April for the 25-city cross-country Set In Stone Tour. Raging Fyah will return back to the U.S. at end of May for the annual Cali Roots Festival. The progessive reggae band is also gearing up for the release of their eagerly-awaited studio albumRead More
Grammy award winners Maxwell and Shaggy have been added to the 2016 cast for the annual Tobago Jazz Experience. The duo will join Ms. Lauryn Hill, J. Cole, Arthuro Tappin and Band, Etienne Charles, Third World, Roy Cape featuring Blaxx and a host of other local and regional singers at the festival. Known as “the sexy ambassador of soul music”, Maxwell is famous for classics like “Sumthin’ Sumthin’,” “Ascension (Don’t Ever Wonder)” and “Lifetime”, not to mention the unforgettably ethereal cover of Kate Bush’s “This Woman’s Work”. Maxwell is aRead More