Canada’s Reggae Queen Ammoye Says: Don’t Count Me Out!

Canadian Songstress Ammoye has a track record of making popular music, and the three-time JUNO nominee for Best Reggae Recording adds to that record with the release of her new single “Don’t Count Me Out!” Produced by Award winning Donovan Germain of Penthouse Records, “Don’t Count Me Out” is taken… Continue reading

Jamaica Spotlighted in 2017 Grammy Nominations

The 59th Grammy®  nominees have been announced, and a strong contingent of Jamaican musicians are shining as contenders. Whether it is artists nominated for  Best Reggae Album or classic reggae songs being resurrected in today’s popular music, there is no denying the country’s musical impact on the current climate. This… Continue reading

I-Octane Biography

An unmatched combination of innate talent, conscious lyrics, high-energy performances and pure charisma is the hallmark of reggae singer, I-Octane, whose music has made a resounding impact across the continents. Bestowed with the task of setting the pace for the next generation of troubadours, this smooth Rastafarian singer who has… Continue reading

Beres Hammond – Biography

Born Hugh Beresford Hammond in 1953, Beres is considered the lover’s rock singer par excellence in Jamaica and around the world. He became the singer of the band Zap Pow in 1975. His youth influences were American soul artists, such as like Sam Cooke and Otis Redding. But it was… Continue reading

Exco Levi – Biography

Exco Levi was born Wayne Ford Levy on June 7, 1981 in Manchester and grew up in Clarendon, Jamaica. Singing is in Wayne’s blood as his father, “Professor Wayne” Levy,  was also an artist and sound system DJ. Exco’s musical tastes include listening to and appreciating the lyricism and talent… Continue reading