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Canada’s Reggae Songstress Ammoye wins big at 2016 The Akademia Music Awards held last week at the music portals offices in Los Angeles, California. Ammoye’s song “Sorry,” won in the category of Best Reggae / R&B Song, and voted as the most popular song amongst the hundreds of artists who submitted their music from countries around the world. Winning an Akademia Music Award is more than just an honorary distinction says the award organizers. “It is the first step in a worldwide promotional campaign to gain exposure and recognition forRead More
Canada’s Reggae Songstress Ammoye will perform an opening set just before Sean Paul performs on Friday March 18th at the London Music Hall. The two time JUNO Award nominee (2013 and 2014) is well known for her brand of Reggae which fans call ‘love fueled,’ ‘conscious awakening’ and ‘motivational.’ Ammoye’s musical mission is to be a Light Worker which forms the foundation from which she creates chart topping music. Songs such as the socially charged “Shooting” addresses the issue of gun violence, while “Sorry” hears her apologize to her beauRead More
Ammoye Brings History to Life with A Rework of Woman of the Ghetto! June 2nd, 2015 – Toronto, ON, Canada Some of the best musical nuggets are songs that were recorded in the past, and Canada’s leading Songstress and JUNO Award nominee Ammoye, goes back in the past to bring Marlena Shaw’s “Woman of the Ghetto” to life adding a touch of 2015 grit to her rendition. Produced by The Rhythm Express as a part of their multiple artist compilation entitled Midnight Express, Ammoye delivers a soul stirring performance thatRead More