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ADMIRAL TIBET (Reggae Singer)
Known for his conscious lyrics, veteran reggae singer Admiral Tibet has recorded some very powerful songs over the years. Serious Times, Babylon War, Leave People Business, Come Into The Light, Don’t Try to Diss, Deh Pon Mi Guard, Trouble To a Man are just some of the songs that readily come to mind, once you mention Admiral Tibet. Armed with a really conscious catalogue, he is guaranteed to please, whenever he performs.
EXHALE (Singing Group)
From the parish of St Mary, which has produced reggae stars such as Beres Hammond, Capleton, Tanya Stephens, Ninja Man and others, comes the exciting trio called Exhale. Talented, harmonious and totally exciting, Exhale has been performing along Jamaica’s north coast while spending time in the studios recording new material. Their original tracks include Put It On Sweet, Yuh Girl Ah Call Me, and Read Between The Lines. Exhale is ready to hit the stage. And they’re good!
GOSPEL HEAD (Gospel DJ)
As a really dynamic stage performer, Gospel Head continues to surprise many when seen in action for the first time. That surprise soon changes to enjoyment and admiration for the artist, whose style of deejaying the gospel not just delivers a real message but entertains at the same time. Gospel Head is known for songs such as Sin is Like a Tall Building, I Am Blessed, Mi Did Mean, Pray fi Dem, featuring Morgie; What the Devil Wants From Me, Mi Nuh Fraid, featuring La Twain, and Country Life.
GRAMPA ENTATAIN (Dancehall Singjay)
When Grampa Entatain emerged on the entertainment scene in Jamaica in 2016 with the very funny Frowzy Taxi Driver single, he brought a refreshing change to the dancehall, winning many fans in the process. He followed up quickly with Stop Run Dung Taxi Man and since then has recorded several other numbers such as Dat Fi Stop, Dog Affair, Messy Situation, among others. A crowd puller and a crowd pleaser.
HEAT BAND (Backing & Show Band)
Led by the dynamic Bernard Jigsy” Fagan, who has immeasurable experience in Jamaica’s “diverse musical culture, Heat Band remains one of the most exciting yet underused backing and show band on the island. Mixing their time between the hotel circuit and local reggae shows, Heat Band is as versatile a band as one would want to have on a show.
JAY B (Magician/Illusionist)
One of Jamaica’s best known magicians, Jay B has always lived up to expectation, thrilling crowds wherever on the island he performs. A son of the parish of St Mary, Jay Be practices his skills mostly along the entire north coast of Jamaica but is known island wide. He adds variety, fun and excitement to an event.
JIMBOLEE (Reggae/Dancehall Singer)
Blessed with a voice that caresses the ears, Jimbolee first came to attention in 2011 with alove song entitled I Wish, which and has released some fine tracks since then, including Treasure of Love, Bad Mind, Show Some Love, My Life, Spanish Love, among others. Jimbolee is currently enjoying renewed popularity with his latest track, Change, a powerful song that speaks to changes that the artist needs to see happen in Jamaica and the world. The video for Change is on rotation on several cable channels, while the audio is enjoying even more popularity, warming the airways, thanks to several disc jockeys who have picked it up. #1962jimbolee
LITTLE HERO (Reggae Singer)
From his groundbreaking hit of 1994, God Alone, a colab with Merciless and Action Fire for producer Courtney Cole, Little Hero has maintained a presence in Jamaican music with a catalogue of conscious reggae songs. These include No Gun Nuh Mek Dung Deh, Inna Di Ghetto, No More War, Born as a Hustler, King Solomon World, Praise God, featuring his brother PZed, among others. He is loved by audiences wherever he performs.
LIVE WYYA BAND (Show Band)
Known for several years as the backing band for late reggae star Gregory Isaacs, Live Wyya has shed the backing band image and put on the coat of show band with some solid recordings over the past few years. One of the most accomplished bands in Jamaica in either role, Live Wyya is a pleasure to behold on stage. Having toured the world extensively over the years, backing vocalists, Live Wyya is ready to show true worth as a show band. Their repertoire include Like a Rock, Never Love Again, Let Jah Be Praised, Stress, So in Love, Spread The Love.
MICHAEL FABULOUS (Reggae Singer)
Over a decade ago, Michael Fabulous scored a big hit entitled No Mercy, featuring Terry Ganzie. Since then the artist has recorded some potent tracks in collaboration with some top names in Jamaican music, these include, Who is Your Enemy, ft Capleton; Hush Baby Mother, ft Louie Culture and Queen Ifrica; and One Way, ft Power Man, and others. Other tracks include White River, Special Occasion, Motivation.
MIKEYLOUS (Dancehall DJ)
Mikeylous first came to prominence as Niggah Mikey before changing his name to Mikeylous. A veteran, he had his first big hit in the 1980s, collaborating with Peter metro for the track, Bad Mind a Kill Dem. Several hits followed in the 80s such as Ting Deh, and into the 90s with One Day Bad Bwoy and others. Since millennium, Mikeylous has had a resurgence in his career with tracks such as Sticky, Country Mi Ting Deh, Pay Dung Pon It, Rosie Posie, ft Boom Donovan, Campaign Against Bad Mind, ft Charly Black, among others.
PRINCE HALL (Gospel Singer)
Prince Hall released his debut album, We Believe, in 2018 and with it the launch of his foundation of the same name, founded for social outreach. Simply put, Hall’s ministering goes beyond songs and is shown in action, such as building a house for a needy man in 2018. The album contains the tracks I’ll Trust You Lord, Just Like A Wave, Give You All the Glory, the title track, We Believe, among others. Blessed with a powerful singing voice, Hall has been singing for over two decades.
PZED (Reggae Singjay)
Cassava was the song that shot PZed to fame over a decade ago. Brother to reggae star, Little Hero, PZed has since recorded several other socially conscious and lyrically potent songs, making him one of Jamaica’s hottest upcoming “culture” artists. His latest track, He is Alive, is one such song, as it speaks to his profound faith in God. Other songs by PZed, formerly known as Andrew Mystic, include Praise Him, Never Lose Hope, Faith, Blood River and several others.
ZYON I (Reggae Singer)
Born in Manchester, Jamaica and based in California, USA, Zyon I’s message through his songs speaks to situations that need to be addressed not just in the two countries mentioned here but worldwide. His latest track, Change, speaks to such a situation. The artist visits Jamaica when necessary as he seeks to build his fan base on his island home. Other songs by Zyon I include These Streets, Vampire, Take Me, and Remedy featuring Nadine Sutherland. He is destined to be a reggae star.