This album being my first album evolved from my frequent visits to Jamaica making top songs such as: “Super Model”, “Worldwide Warzone”, “Mock Di Dread And Gwaan”, just to name a few.
My tenure with Messenjah, preceded those visits to Jamaica and my listening to singers and DJ’s from out of Jamaica during that time period struck a balance between Messenjah’s more international musical flavour, and Jamaica’s hardcore dancehall DJ/singing style.
The aim with this album was to address different social issues happening mainly within my community and of course addressing world issues impacting communities around the world. The objective is always to bring about development and upliftment making a greater and brighter future…please listen and let the love associated with all the songs harmonize with your love..
This album, my second album, was released in 2011, and produced by Guerrilla Music Production from out of Jamaica, it represents the reality of much of my experience while living there.
In listening to the tracks, you will realize a somewhat more authentic approach to the music. The songs expresses social challenges faced and possible solutions. Consisting of genuine love songs for the ladies gives the album betta tomorrow a beautiful balance. Big up Guerrilla music production in Kingston Jamaica.
The album, “Betta Tomorrow” is certainly worth listening to.
My third album entitled “Musical Migreat, emerged from the lack of attention, being paid to the importance of the genre of reggae music in its native birth place.
The scarcity of air play on major Jamaican radio stations, and the overwhelming attention plus air play given to the distracting dancehall genre, to me, showed a lack of gratitude for the music by the majority of both radio and sound system selectors.
From its inception with its pioneers, it has certainly produced its legends. The music has spanned the globe resulting in millions of followers, and not only are they listeners but of great importance, players of the music. Although Jamaican selectors pays little attention and less gratitude for their great heritage ironically we see a growth of countless reggae bands around the world playing the music and them and the music receiving the great attention it more than deserves.
As a student of the music experiencing this reality stated. The option became obvious “A MUSICAL MIGREAT”.