Sean Paul & Farenheit Buy “Hit Em” on itunes Jamaican dancehall soul singer Farenheit released his latest single “Hit ‘Em” featuring Sean Paul and Jigzagula on iTunes on May 20, 2008. Produced by Grammy-nominated producer and remixer Josh One of Nappy Roots fame, “Hit ‘Em” is an old fashioned jeep-beat
Rootz Underground at the band shell, Hope Gardens SCUBI, Stevie G & Jeffrey Charles, Paul & Colin SCUBI & Charles Rootz Underground launched their debut album “Movement” at the Hope Gardens band shell on Saturday, May 17. The band shell, an outdoor yet intimate setting, was well suited to Rootz
It’s going to be great! Better be there…. See below for “Movement” reviewed. Check back for reviews and photos!
“Will You Be?” single from Cezar on iTunes Jamaican reggae soul singer/songwriter Cezar launched his latest video and single “Will You Be?” on iTunes on April 29. Produced and shot in New York City by Nadia Sampson and Tim Naylor, the “Will You Be?” video has been in rotation on
Dub Poets in Concert Part II takes place tonight at Red Bones Jazz and Blues Cafe. See YardEdge archives for review and photos from last show.
Crimson Heart Replica and band members celebrating Cinco de Mayo at Chilitos. Crimson Heart Replica and band celebrated Cinco de Mayo last night at Chilitos Restaurant on Hope Road. Chilitos turned out to be a great new venue for live music and offered up some muy delicioso Mexican food and
YardEdge welcomes a guest post by Irie Hatuey who reviews Rootz Underground’s new album, Movement. Movement Rootz Underground Mystic Urchin/Riverstone Records Buy Movement on iTunes. Buy The Lightning Theory on iTunes. Movement introduces Rootz Underground, a six-man group that has come onto the Reggae scene like a storm. The band
Crimson Heart Replica to perform May 5 at Chilitos Mexican Restaurant, 64 Hope Road, Kingston for “Cinco de Mayo”. Showtime 7pm. Come enjoy some great Mexican food and yummy margaritas with Crimson Heart Replica! And what exactly is “Cinco de Mayo” anyway? May 5 or “Cinco de Mayo” is actually
Check out reggae-rocking band BLACK ZEBRA this Friday, April 25 at Red Bones Jazz and Blues Cafe, Braemar Avenue, Kingston. Going to be a great show in a great space. Showtime 9pm, admission is JA$500. Black Zebra T-shirts on sale. www.myspace.com/blackzebramusic We’d love to see your comments/review of the show!!!
Rootz Underground in Chicago For those of you who don’t yet know about Rootz Underground….they are without a doubt one of the most hyped reggae band to come out of Jamaica in the last few years. Known for their fiery performances, Rootz Underground has developed over the last eight years