2018 REGGAE MUSIC AND ASPIRING ARTISTS

2018 Reggae Music

I'm sure you would agree that in 2018 reggae music, has come to a new era in development. The entire aspect of the reggae music fraternity has changed!

NEW SOUNDS IN REGGAE MUSIC

2018 Reggae Music

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New sounds and artist have developed skills and increased in their awareness of the entertainment system. Artist such as chronixx., Protoje, Proghes, Deep Jahi and Kabaka Pyramid have introduced new sounds and styles... while still maintaining their composure within the industry.

CAN WE ACCEPT THE GROWTH AND CHANGES???

HECK IN AND LISTEN TO THE VIEWS OF THE ARTIST

As foreseen the younger generation are mostly lost in dancehall and "negative and demeaning" music. Don't get me wrong, I am a big fan of Dancehall music. however, in my opinion, it could use some educated songwriters who can think of things other than "guns and skin out"!!!

SHOULD WE ACTUALLY BLAME THE MUSIC SOCIETY AND COMMISSIONS?

The music industry deals with reggae on an exclusive level, comparing artists and sounds to legends of the past in an effort to somewhat control the value of the industry.

This does cause the young upcoming artist to NOT be able to express themselves sincerely on certain levels as their music is compared to past legends and will obviously be considered inferior.

Mystique productions, however, believe in clean positive reggae music, and the ascension and development of young artist with positive meditations. We will continuously support and develop young artist in 2018 and take control of a piece of the reggae scene.

We will be giving positive and unchained thought to the younger generations

Listen to a positive young point of view by KNEIL ABLAZE

Composer and entrepreneurial reggae artist K'neil Ablaze, opened up in an interview about his work, relationship and current career goals. Listen to his view and share your thought, support young upcoming talent give them their opportunity to prove themselves and refrain from regulating the industry.

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