A brand new release which rises roots reggae to new heights, Push On Throughby the EDB Clanis a royal an uplifting tune that is out this summer. Push On Through was made as a special for Germany’s Riddim Magazine’sfirst issue focused specifically on Jamaica,and for two of their writers, Ellen Koelingsand Pete Lily. This tune is livicated to people who love great music and need something special to encourage them and help them endure the hardships from day to day as we Push On Through.
This tune was produced by Micah Abrahamsand was recorded at EDB Entertainment on a riddim by Matthias Reulecke.This song pushes through with so many great artists from the EDB Clan as listed:Micah Shemaiah, Scratch, Infinite, Exile di Brave, Jakime, Kazam Davis, Rassi Hardknocks, & TJ. Each and every one of these artists makes a unique and lively contribution to the song, giving it a real joyful feel while the Melodica breezes over the tune leaving your mind and senses in a serene state of calmness. I could quote most of this tune as it is so inspiring, but make sure to check the tune and pay attention to these great lyrics as this is an amazing tune. I leave you with a quote that Micahhad to say about the song:
“This is in special livication to Riddim Magazine outta Germany..and all the ones who continue to give their lives and energy to the fight for truths and rights.“
An astounding vibe to help anyone overcome their troubles in life, this is an instant classic. Big ups to all these artists, Micahas producer, Matthias Reulecke for the riddim, and EDB Entertainmentfor putting forward the effort and creating such great music like this. Keep the vibes upful and check out this track! Stay tuned for more from the EDB Clan. Comment and Share if you like it!
King Mas releases music video for his 2014 single, Reflection
King Masbrings forth the Official Video for his single titled Reflection, out on Royal Order Musicsince earlier this year (found here). The tune is a profound lyrical statement with an important message for the people of today and tomorrow.
The music video is filmed and directed by Joe Canon, edited by Pelpa Philms, produced by Jah Yzer, Maxwell Smart, & King I-Vier. King Masbrings a variety of powerful and motivating lyrics which run parallel to my energy. You really feel his intent to heal the world through music with lyrics like:
“We are in control of our destiny, and to uplift this nation it will take the best in me”
Check the video and the ever-meaningful chorus of Reflection:
“Take a moment for reflection, do you really know your enemy? Take a look inna di mirror, tell me do you like what you see? Why do you still cling to chains of bondage? Open your third eye, set your spirit free. Before you point a finger pon di next man, you better be the change you want to see!”
These lyrics, and good actions that follow, are the change we need to hear and see in the world. King Mas brings the wisdom to the people as we know that many people are complaining in today’s world but never take the time to do what is right and set an example, work hard at what they feel is true and be the change they want to see as King Mastells us in this tune. If we want to see a different tomorrow it all starts with us, right here, today. Bless up King Masand check out the new video. Comment and share if you like it, I tell yuh!
Ky-Enie drops new Reggae single produced by Dre-Tegs titled “Land Of My Birth”
In his brand-new Reggae single“Land Of My Birth”, Jamaican artist Ky-enie honors the Jamaica, the land where he comes from. The song, which was produced by André “Dre-Tegs” Hawthorne, is apparently “creating a buzz on FM Radio” and should be featured on his upcoming live album also produced by Dre-Tegs (source: Jamaica Star). Share and comment if you like it.
Throwing back the 1997 Version of the Satta Riddim for TBT
Robert “Bobby Digital” Dixon‘s 1997 release of the classic Satta Riddimfeaturing Sizzla, Big Youth, Capleton, Anthony B, Morgan Heritage, Shabba Ranks, Freddie McGregor,and many more great vocalists. This riddim has been a classic since its original release by the Abyssinians in the late 1970′s. The nineties release brings forth many popular artists of today and yesterday to unite the new and old vibes. Check it out – make sure to like and comment if you remember or enjoy this big riddim!