Every picture of these sculptures are amazing….All just beneath the surface
Sounds good to us!
On June 3rd Groundation’s lead singer and front man Harrison “Professor” Stafford presents his first solo side production – Natty Will Fly Again. It brings together three seasoned Jamaican vocalists – Pablo Moses, Winston Jarrett and Congo Ashanti Roy from The Congos. The album was recorded in Harrison Stafford’s own studio in California as well as at the Harry J studio in Jamaica.
Harrison Stafford plays bass, drums and rhythm guitars, while Lloyd “Obeah” Denton has laid down organ, piano and synth. Dalton Browne is on lead guitar and Uziah “Sticky” Thompson handles percussion.
The album collects nine tracks and is in a press release described as roots reggae with jazzy arrangements.
Check this snippet out!
Aswad legacy runs on…looking forward to checking this when it drops #aswad
Brinsley Forde is a living legend. He’s a skilled musician, talented singer and founder of legendary UK roots outfit Aswad. Last year he dropped his debut solo album Urban Jungle, a set produced by acclaimed duo Not Easy at All Productions. Reggaemani caught up with him on the phone while he was in London rehearsing for a show.
Aswad is possibly the most well-known roots reggae band from the UK. They formed in the 70s and dropped their self-titled debut album 1976, to wide critical acclaim. They had – or have since they are still active – a conscious and social approach and much of their early output was hard and spoke to the angry youths in the UK.
The band formed in 1975, the same year as another roots rocking outfit – Steel Pulse. The nucleus of Aswad – meaning black in Amharic…
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Here is new Gyptian – Wine Slow http://youtu.be/bw1s1DdnuLw
We’re loving this track! Andra Day – Coolin’ in the Streets feat. Ziggy M…: http://youtu.be
We’ll try and add into our playlist at our next update!
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Sean Paul hits the right notes again with this great collaboration with Major Laser
“Gyal, you di bomb, di bomb, di bomb, di bomb
Bomb, Bomb, Diggety
Bring, come, give it to me.”
It looks like Sean Paul dedicated his video for “Come On To Me” to Japan’s thousands of dancehall reggae aficionados. The creativity and culturally embracing frames make this video a SNS favorite. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
“Come On to Me” is currently available on Major Lazer’s Apocalypse Soon EP.
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Director: Ruben Fleischer