October 2016

Tiana

Sultry soulful singer Tiana dreams to uplift, connect and inspire people around the world through the power of music. Born Tiana Love-Richards in Oahu, an island in the mid-Pacific, part of the Hawaiian island chain, Tiana’s musical path became embedded in her soul when as a young child her music formation began as she uplifted and mesmerised Church goers. From a tender age, Tiana discovered the joy that music not only brought to her soul, but also touched those around her, she realised that the power of music and words could touch the soul. Influenced by such greats as Sade,

Pentateuch Movement

The Pentateuch Movement was founded by lead singer/songwriter Kevor “Var” Williams and drummer Brady “Jah Bradez” Robinson — two progressive Jamaican students from the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, Jamaica. “Pentateuch represents the first five books of the Bible. This movement is a continuation of the journey of Jah people in this generation – the journey to preserve our roots and culture, as we see in Exodus, Movement of Jah people.” As young black men, Kevor and Brady knew that a cohesive voice was necessary to deliver the message of African consciousness and unity.

Pentateuch Movement – Crime – Press Release

Pentateuch Movement Crime. Kingston, Jamaica, October 19, 2016 – Pentateuch Movement is ready to release their latest single, ‘Crime’. Moved by the social situations both yard and abroad, Pentateuch movement speaks openly on the injustices on their culture and island; Jamaica. ‘Crime’ addresses issues of poverty and hardship faced by youths everywhere. “This song came as a result of the crime situation happening in Jamaica now from the murders to the money laundering and hustling going on, all these are results of the unemployment and illiteracy rate in Jamaica. The song is also a stance against the British government building

Rivah Jordan

Rivah Jordan Biography: Tradition is defined as the passing down of elements of a culture, from generation to generation, especially by oral communication. Surprising then it is not, that a son may follow in the footsteps of his father, especially when the element of culture is one of vocal expression. Growing up with Jack Radics as a father Rivah Jordan recalls many a visit to the studio with his father, he says it was in fact the lights and the machines that fascinated him more than anything else. He is still fascinated with those machines and lights to this very

Upsetta Records

Upsetta Records was born out of a lifelong love for reggae and dancehall music and culture. It began back in the late 90’s when Thomas Dubee & JJ “Dante” Vezina met through a mutual friend. Quickly realising they shared a love for music, the two began their journey of collaborating on several projects and building up their skills on the turntables. Early 2000 found the two leaving Burlington, Vermont with Dubee heading to his home area of Connecticut and Dante heading to NYC. Over the next 5 years Dubee would find himself solidified in the dancehall reggae movement having been

The Lambsbread

Formed in 2003 on the mystical island of Kauai, The Lambsbread are one of the foundational roots reggae artists’ of Hawaii. Delivering a positive message of love & unity, The Lambsbread is well know around the world for their conscious message and hard roots riddims. When Kaya and Nadia first met on the island of Kauai, they knew they had a long life of music together. Living together on the island, writing music, and studying the teachings of His Majesty, the Lambsbread penned their first single “Love in the House” (2003 Zion High Productions). After sending out their demo to

DJ Vadim

DJ Vadim aka Daddy Vad Biography. What happens if you cross a Brazilian carnival spirit with a reggae sound-system and fresh hiphop production with a tour schedule that dwarfs British Airways flight plan made by a immigrant to London? The DubCatcher is born. There are some musicians/ bands who make 1 album and disappear. There are others who literally don’t stop in the studio or on the road like Tupac, J Dilla, or BB king. There is being prolific, and there are people who actually seap music through their pours. Well DJ Vadim, aka Daddy Vad has definitely planted his

Dan Subtifuge

Based in the UK, Dan Subtifuge is a total allrounder in the music business, producing and DJ’ing high quality Jungle and Reggae music, that has been gaining critical acclaim on a worldwide level. The list of Dan Subtifuge’s achievements grows daily. Dj’ing alongside & supporting various well known artists, such as Aphrodite, Crissy Criss, Heist, Run Tingz Cru, Nicky Blackmarket, Terry T, Tyke, Ragga Twins, Marvellous Cain, Serial Killaz & Silent Code, Aries, Gold Dubs, Jungle Alliance, Potential Badboy, Kenny Ken & many more, bringing him ever closer to becoming a household name in his own right. Whilst establishing himself

Exco Levi

Born to the religion of music, and chanting faith in Rastafari, Exco Levi is one of Reggae’s most attractive voices who’s unafraid to deliver uplifting messages wrapped in engaging melodic compositions. Coming from roots based in Manchester, Jamaica, Exco migrated to Toronto, Canada in his teens, and pursued music as a career. Following in the footsteps of his Father who is himself an artist and sound system selector, Exco Levi realised his gift for writing significant lyrics, and weaving those lyrics with song. Using a notebook and pen, Exco has crafted some of the most thought provoking singles in Reggae

Raging Fyah

Regarded as one of Jamaica’s most promising young acts, the band Raging Fyah makes music that is tethered to their island’s enduring, much emulated roots rock reggae tradition yet is distinguished by an expansive vision that propels their musical journey forward. The band received critical acclaim for the intricate harmonies, nuanced musicianship and impressive songwriting skills showcased on their previous self-released albums, “Judgement Day” (2011) and “Destiny” (2014), while songs such as the redemptive “Nah Look Back” and the spiritually enriching “Jah Glory” earned comparisons to legendary reggae outfits including England’s Aswad and Steel Pulse, and Jamaica’s beloved Third World.

Tiana

Sultry soulful singer Tiana dreams to uplift, connect and inspire people around the world through the power of music. Born Tiana Love-Richards in Oahu, an island in the mid-Pacific, part of the Hawaiian island chain, Tiana’s musical path became embedded in her soul when as a young child her music formation began as she uplifted and mesmerised Church goers. From a tender age, Tiana discovered the joy that music not only brought to her soul, but also touched those around her, she realised that the power of music and words could touch the soul. Influenced by such greats as Sade,

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Pentateuch Movement

The Pentateuch Movement was founded by lead singer/songwriter Kevor “Var” Williams and drummer Brady “Jah Bradez” Robinson — two progressive Jamaican students from the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, Jamaica. “Pentateuch represents the first five books of the Bible. This movement is a continuation of the journey of Jah people in this generation – the journey to preserve our roots and culture, as we see in Exodus, Movement of Jah people.” As young black men, Kevor and Brady knew that a cohesive voice was necessary to deliver the message of African consciousness and unity.

Read More »

Pentateuch Movement – Crime – Press Release

Pentateuch Movement Crime. Kingston, Jamaica, October 19, 2016 – Pentateuch Movement is ready to release their latest single, ‘Crime’. Moved by the social situations both yard and abroad, Pentateuch movement speaks openly on the injustices on their culture and island; Jamaica. ‘Crime’ addresses issues of poverty and hardship faced by youths everywhere. “This song came as a result of the crime situation happening in Jamaica now from the murders to the money laundering and hustling going on, all these are results of the unemployment and illiteracy rate in Jamaica. The song is also a stance against the British government building

Read More »

Rivah Jordan

Rivah Jordan Biography: Tradition is defined as the passing down of elements of a culture, from generation to generation, especially by oral communication. Surprising then it is not, that a son may follow in the footsteps of his father, especially when the element of culture is one of vocal expression. Growing up with Jack Radics as a father Rivah Jordan recalls many a visit to the studio with his father, he says it was in fact the lights and the machines that fascinated him more than anything else. He is still fascinated with those machines and lights to this very

Read More »

Upsetta Records

Upsetta Records was born out of a lifelong love for reggae and dancehall music and culture. It began back in the late 90’s when Thomas Dubee & JJ “Dante” Vezina met through a mutual friend. Quickly realising they shared a love for music, the two began their journey of collaborating on several projects and building up their skills on the turntables. Early 2000 found the two leaving Burlington, Vermont with Dubee heading to his home area of Connecticut and Dante heading to NYC. Over the next 5 years Dubee would find himself solidified in the dancehall reggae movement having been

Read More »

The Lambsbread

Formed in 2003 on the mystical island of Kauai, The Lambsbread are one of the foundational roots reggae artists’ of Hawaii. Delivering a positive message of love & unity, The Lambsbread is well know around the world for their conscious message and hard roots riddims. When Kaya and Nadia first met on the island of Kauai, they knew they had a long life of music together. Living together on the island, writing music, and studying the teachings of His Majesty, the Lambsbread penned their first single “Love in the House” (2003 Zion High Productions). After sending out their demo to

Read More »

DJ Vadim

DJ Vadim aka Daddy Vad Biography. What happens if you cross a Brazilian carnival spirit with a reggae sound-system and fresh hiphop production with a tour schedule that dwarfs British Airways flight plan made by a immigrant to London? The DubCatcher is born. There are some musicians/ bands who make 1 album and disappear. There are others who literally don’t stop in the studio or on the road like Tupac, J Dilla, or BB king. There is being prolific, and there are people who actually seap music through their pours. Well DJ Vadim, aka Daddy Vad has definitely planted his

Read More »

Dan Subtifuge

Based in the UK, Dan Subtifuge is a total allrounder in the music business, producing and DJ’ing high quality Jungle and Reggae music, that has been gaining critical acclaim on a worldwide level. The list of Dan Subtifuge’s achievements grows daily. Dj’ing alongside & supporting various well known artists, such as Aphrodite, Crissy Criss, Heist, Run Tingz Cru, Nicky Blackmarket, Terry T, Tyke, Ragga Twins, Marvellous Cain, Serial Killaz & Silent Code, Aries, Gold Dubs, Jungle Alliance, Potential Badboy, Kenny Ken & many more, bringing him ever closer to becoming a household name in his own right. Whilst establishing himself

Read More »

Exco Levi

Born to the religion of music, and chanting faith in Rastafari, Exco Levi is one of Reggae’s most attractive voices who’s unafraid to deliver uplifting messages wrapped in engaging melodic compositions. Coming from roots based in Manchester, Jamaica, Exco migrated to Toronto, Canada in his teens, and pursued music as a career. Following in the footsteps of his Father who is himself an artist and sound system selector, Exco Levi realised his gift for writing significant lyrics, and weaving those lyrics with song. Using a notebook and pen, Exco has crafted some of the most thought provoking singles in Reggae

Read More »

Raging Fyah

Regarded as one of Jamaica’s most promising young acts, the band Raging Fyah makes music that is tethered to their island’s enduring, much emulated roots rock reggae tradition yet is distinguished by an expansive vision that propels their musical journey forward. The band received critical acclaim for the intricate harmonies, nuanced musicianship and impressive songwriting skills showcased on their previous self-released albums, “Judgement Day” (2011) and “Destiny” (2014), while songs such as the redemptive “Nah Look Back” and the spiritually enriching “Jah Glory” earned comparisons to legendary reggae outfits including England’s Aswad and Steel Pulse, and Jamaica’s beloved Third World.

Read More »

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