Jesse Royal has become one of the most consistent cultural artist in Reggae music. He brings in the new year the right way with a track honoring the creator, and asking Jah to "Bless My Soul" which is the title of the track.
This is the introduction to a new exciting artist called Rene Byrd. Listen to her latest single entitled Never Never Never featuring the Late Great John Holt. Rene Byrd is driven musician with a powerful voice, her heartfelt lyrics are set to touch listeners across the globe. Rene Byrd’s passion for singing began from a very young age when she participated in numerous talent contests namely an inter-college competition based in London which nurtured stars like Daniel and Natasha Bedingfield. These successfully placed her as one of the top talents in the UK. At the age of 14, Rene joined a band as a backup vocalist, paving the way for her career in the music industry. A star was born.
Possessing a distinctively smooth, mellow voice paired with conscious and prolific lyrics, reggae artist Dre Island's music has laid out his solid stance at the forefront of the roots and culture movement. His socially-conscious messages have prompted his meteoric rise. On Dre Island's latest released "M16" off the upcoming debut Project Now I Rise, coined "Trapment genre by E5 Records executive Mini, the artist uses his voice and music to answer an on going call as a musical messenger for the destruction of the an unjust ‘Babylon’ system. The lead single graphically compares the potency, power and impact of the artist lyrics to that of an 'M16 riffle. With a creative and serious play on words Dre Island "rings the alarm" calling out the "champions" and the "youths" to wise up and dismantle the existing system that has them under pressure and suffering. Inspiring the youths to realize their true potential with "Lyrics Like An M16", Dre Island M16 is available in all major online stores such as iTunes distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital. 'Now I Rise’ is set for release early 2016.
Chronixx brings us another solution to the gun problems in the world. This could be one of the singles on a new forth coming album.