Fyah Konkarah Biography

Fyah Konkarah Biography

fyah konkarah biography

People discover new Artist and music through many avenues, one thing is for sure...when they are stumbled upon, whatever it was that caused that spark, that minute of fame. Once its good enough it is sure to raise the curiosity of the listener leading to them wanting to know more, to hear more. What the artist name means, where they’re from, why they started doing music, what their stories are, what type of music they listen to. Whether they faced real struggles or if they became popular overnight, it’s the message and the life behind the scenes that truly bring the music to life.

Mystique Productions interviewed one such Artist know as the SCAAACHY ONE "FYAH KONKARAH" a vastly growing artist emerging out of Spanish Town , latest new cultural wave with a unique style and voice, delivering revolutionary sounds tearing down babylon walls one by one!

Fyah Konkarah states he does listen and support all artists despite their lyrical content and lifestyle as he is not quick to judge the shoes he has never worn.

He does state however that on his current path in life, he is more focused on spreading a more substantial and meaningful message to his fans and the people around him. Fyah Konkarah says he has been through many life-threatening situations, even near death, and is very thankful to still be physically singing, performing and writing music.


Born Remmon Navauda Cammock on October 23, 1985. Fyah Konkarah hails from the troubled parish of St. Catherine in a community located on St. Johns Road in Spanish Town. In a community plagued by gun violence over the years, Fyah KonKarah being a victim (associated) to the crimes that have plagued his community he remains revolute and focuses on his passion for “MUSIC” and to also Create a comfortable environment for himself and his family.

Fyah KonKarah over the years has lost a number of acquaintances, close friends, and even family members through crime and violence. The artist, however, he has shown greater constraint and self-control to remain undaunted by what some would say is a contagious living condition /environment.

He went to the Labour Lawn Early childhood facility where he graduated and went on to Friendship Primary School. Fyah KonKarah graduated from the Friendship Primary, then he completed 3 years at the Horizon Park all age School and went on to continue his high school studies at Spanish Town high, which is where he got the name Fyah KonKarah after a clash with three other artists from other classes in which he won.

Fyah Konkarah showed some signs of his passion for the music as he along with (his sister Tassan) who was the lead singer for the Sunday school choir, and he also would always hang out on the corner with friends just to as they call it "hold a vibe" and drop two lyrics.


The absence of parents (mostly fathers) during growing up age as a common cry for the children of the ghetto (garrison) community, and unfortunately Fyah KonKarah is no exemption from this garrison phenomena. As a child Fyah KonKarah was forced to live and grow up without the presence or influence of a male figure or role model, his father was absent from a very early age (before he knew him ). This made life much harder growing up in the garrison but Remmon held firm and he did remarkably well up to the point where he finally got a chance to meet his father for the first time at age 16.

Fyah Konkarah started deejaying from a tender age of 9 years old growing up listening to papa san, lieutenant Stichie, Bob Marley, beanie man, Bounty Killa, Sizzla, Bushman and Daddy Screw.

These artists help to inspire him to write his own lyrics and developing his own style. by the year 2000 he was part of a group called (element crew) which consist of 4 members; Mussu, Shacka p, Johnty, and Genekal. Fyah Konkarah became the 5th element of the group, they were collaborating making music for some time until the group dissolved in single acts and most members pursued different goals. even if it was still in the line of music. Yet that didn’t demotivate Fyah Konkarah from achieving his goals.

In 2003 just before he graduated from high school he became part of another group called (UNTOUCHABLE - ANTARAGE) with artist like;- Craiggis, Nightmare, Rekka, Futuristic, Spracket and Genekal which all still do their independent music even though the group no longer exists.


It holds true that most Rastafarian conversion marks a point in one’s life where tragedy strikes or where one has reached a cross road, for Fyah KonKarah it was the unfortunate and untimely death of his close cousin Mike in 2004 that lend to him taking a reality check and hence the decision to convert to the faith which he now holds so direly to, Rastafarianism.

Fyah KonKarah has worked with a host of different studios and producers in an effort to get his music out there, these labels include: Villa Mafia records, spit Fyah records, concrete rose, L.H.M music, Brown Nose records, king of kings, RTD, Allconnect records, Samdigi and Vendetta studio just to name a few.

Fyah Konkarah got his first official song release on L.H. music label in 2008 a collaboration featuring Potential - song titled (GANJA) on the Ghetto party riddim


Fyah KonKarah is currently active recording on a regular basis with a lot of new releases and some great Productions from several labels and producers.

Fyah KonKarah also performs every chance he gets on local talent shows and community events. He is also a promoter for a weekly event called (Scaaachy Wednesday) held at 58 St Johns road Spanish Town St Catherine. He tried entering several competitions in his earlier pursuit of glory such as Magnum kings and queens of dancehall three consecutive years in a row. Never actually worked out on his behalf at that time, however, He didn’t stop there. He worked harder to produce more and develop his skills. In the year 2011 he got featured on a collab with the artist Craiggis, song titled (Pree Man Suh--Stand Tall riddim-- J&G Records) there was also a video for the song that was showing on RE TV and TVJ.

In 2012 he connected with (all connect records) got one song release on their label In that same year titled (Inna di ghetto-poetry riddim) which have gotten him a lot of exposure and fans worldwide especially the motherland AFRICA. Then in 2013 got another song release on (J&G Records) titled (Gyal wine -Thumpa riddim) linked up with(spit-fiyah - records) that same year and did a track release on their label titled (love di Gyal dem--top game riddim), and the following year in 2014 spit-fiyah records release two hits single titled ( Chatty mouth ..on Team-strike riddim ) and ( Real link …on S.E.X riddim ) in 2015

All the failures, obstacles and challenges he has faced over the years, Fyah KonKarah has remained undaunted and fully focused on developing his talent and launching his career for his eventual big break in the music business. So as always he kept on pushing and working harder and harder towards making his dream a reality recording and performing even when his songs are not being released or playing on the radio.

Regardless of all the disappointment and set back he was as fierce as a wolf, knowing that giving up is not an option, in 2015 he went back to magnum kings and queens of dancehall audition in Portmore St Catherine did extremely well, got through, pass the judges but still didn’t get called for the live show. Never the less it as given Fyah Konkarah a lot of exposure and highlights locally and globally, he then linked up with his brother ( Khary ) of GreatX production and ( British links) teamed up and release a single titled (find a better girl ).

Fyah KonKarah is set to and has released lots of singles throughout the past years like ( REAL LINK….OVERCOME….INNA DI GHETTO …NEVER GIVING UP ) and a lot more GREAT TUNES is set to be released soon on several labels locally and international.


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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!


Features tracks such as;


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

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It's sad how such a beautiful country can be so violent against their own black brothers and sisters, the violence in Jamaica has struck the country's growth.


Well, you are all free to share your thoughts but in my opinion, it affects us in terms of our credentials, acceptance and mainly it scars the reputation of all good and bad, mainly because it flows through a stream which we all know comes from a spring!



The question again is the influence of the violence in Jamaica coming from the higher heads of the country...

Higher heads as in Government Officials or THOSE WITH MONEY!

The violence does spring from the government in terms of the education system and the corruption that is a plague spreading throughout our country. This Plague starts from some of the highest of officials, the fact is 1600+ lives... which are only the ones we know of, where taken last year and not of ill health!!!

Most of these people were at some point friends or somewhat associates, so we have evolved from just turf war and gangs, we now on the level of  dollars and cents war.

The violence in Jamaica is a must if all there is to do is work for minimum wages or "hustle" as an 'entrepreneur or on a 9-5'. it is understood that the country may NOT have the capital to offer good jobs for all.

however, the mass amount of Jamaicans even those who are considered uneducated all have a skill or a talent.

Many have great ideas and abilities. .. yet have nowhere to turn to to get assistance or resources.

let's face the fact that the world is two-sided and not the people sometimes ones on the good side cross over as do bad ones. the loan companies are for themselves yet they claim it's to benefit people, the government lacks facilities to really assist young scholars and entrepreneurs in their ventures. teach young ones and guide them in the industry they pursue.

I Mean even some Internet facilities to teach about e-commerce, crowdfunding, charity events to encourage and motivate them in the right direction.

it's not all about highway, streets and Chinese businesses.


Anyway back to music...






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Kneil Ablaze 

Kneil Ablaze 

Mystique Productions presents...

Kneil Ablaze Press Release


(Kingston , Jamaica)
If Reggae is about cultural expression of truth and rights through music due to our rebelous nature, then the Reggae artist K'neil Ablaze is right up there with the reggae rebels.
The international Reggae population will  give credit to this young man for his lyrical content on social issues and overall livity. This young  Artist is about to make his voice, lyrics and topics  an exciting addition  to  the Reggae scene. K'neil's mission is to put forth a righteous flow of energy  to change the negative influence and mindset that is like a plague in the younger generation around the world. 

He went to various schools between parishes in the island J.a. His personal love deepend in High school (Calabar High School) where his friends were singing, writing, performing their own songs. 

Persons who are of infleunce in the J.a music arena be it writing, engineering and /or performing of lyrics.
After High School He divinely connected with community engineer and aspiring -at the time-  recording producer Andre Walker, now Mystique Production.
He started making connects with various aspiring recording artistes, producers engineers, in St.Catherine, Kingston and St.Andrew. 

-parishes traveled by recording artist.-

Entered song competitions, especially Portmore, St. Catherine's very own, 'Portmore's Talent Search'. Won by now internationally acclaimed recording artist 'Gyptian'.

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There is no doubt that the artist lends an ear to the cries of injustice in the world. Kneil Ablaze the song writer express his feelings via his musical talents and his determination to correct the systematically breakdown within society due to the lack  of  conscious meditation and affirmations amongst the people. 
Not only has his musical vibes been described as authentic in terms of the lyrical content,  K'neil is considered by many an aspiring,  devoted,  conscious  and educated young man "with vision". fans have characterized his music as embodying "Hope' a voice of the voiceless."
The precise  lyrics of his latest hit songs “delilah” is trending globally , and others such as raise warn dem and stop  cheat” 

Kneil Ablaze is currently working on a reggae album. This album will showcase the true talent of the artist in full effect.  To show the results of years of crafting and growing within the music organization. 
Kneil Ablaze brings fresh authentic song writing skills. His main influences come from Garnet Silk, Buju Banton, Bob Marley and Peter Tosh amongst many more conscious lyrical elites. 
Be sure to listen and share his passion of sparking the interest of the population towards clean conscious and appealing reggae music. 
This self made reggae super star will with no doubt  change the world one song at a time. Appealing to the hearts of those who can relate to consciousness, reality,  roots and culture. 

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Great Marcus Says:

"A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots."

"There is no force like success, and that is why the individual makes all effort to surround himself throughout life with the evidence of it; as of the individual, so should it be of the nation"

The conscious minded always see things on a positive level, this is not to say the individual never faces challenges...

It's to say lemons make lemonade!

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Look out for great upcoming tracks...

Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved. Helen Keller

Knowledge comes in many forms, so does opportunity and good fortune.

Be  wise in your character, and plant good seeds so as to reap great rewards!

YahYandy – Wrathy

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