NEW ALBUM RELEASE 2018
Hello Again, So as promised we have the first New Album Release of positive cultural reggae tracks, the new album is titled Reggae Revolution Vol 1., you can get the pre-release copy today from apple through the following link, it’s also available on Amazon.
This album was named and created to loosen the chains of oppression seen in today’s lifestyle and music, It intends to encourage the young generation to understand that music can be more than drugs, sex, and violence. To understand that the thoughts that are practiced and repeated daily do have an impact, which is either positive or negative unto the listening ears.
The New Album Release is to let society know that righteous and love will never die. And it is possible to live in unity and still be your own man and help create something real instead of just seeking glory and fame.
This New Album Release features different Jamaican artists such as Lan Deezl, Fyah Konkarah, K’neil Ablaze and a few other Jamaican artiste and harmonizers. This album also features Production labels such as Jamrockvybz records, Deezl House Production, Shield and buckler riddims and (Yaad records out of Zimbabwe).
The Reggae Revolution was not created to provide party music, or to prove any skills and talents towards production, but to encourage others to strengthen the foundation of meaningful reggae music, and preserve our people and culture!
THE ALBUM REGGAE REVOLUTION
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Official New Album Release drops on April 20th, in all major distribution outlets. Check it out! !!
Thought.. of Audre Lorde, Read with understanding…
“I was going to die, sooner or later, whether or not I had even spoken myself. My silences had not protected me. Your silences will not protect you…. What are the words you do not yet have? What are the tyrannies you swallow day by day and attempt to make your own, until you will sicken and die of them, still in silence? We have been socialized to respect fear more than our own need for language.”
I began to ask each time: “What’s the worst that could happen to me if I tell this truth?” Unlike women in other countries, our breaking silence is unlikely to have us jailed, “disappeared” or run off the road at night. Our speaking out will irritate some people, get us called bitchy or hypersensitive and disrupt some dinner parties. And then our speaking out will permit other women to speak, until laws are changed and lives are saved and the world is altered forever.
Next time, ask: What’s the worst that will happen? Then push yourself a little further than you dare. Once you start to speak, people will yell at you. They will interrupt you, put you down and suggest it’s personal. And the world won’t end.
And the speaking will get easier and easier. And you will find you have fallen in love with your own vision, which you may never have realized you had. And you will lose some friends and lovers, and realize you don’t miss them. And new ones will find you and cherish you. And you will still flirt and paint your nails, dress up and party, because, as I think Emma Goldman said, “If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution.” And at last you’ll know with surpassing certainty that only one thing is more frightening than speaking your truth. And that is not speaking.”
― Audre Lorde