A new song “Every Man Have His Tomorrow, Every Man Have His Sorrow” by Black Skin The Prophet aka Sonny Washington, he is the one of the reggae legends from the 1970s. And version “Every Mickle Mek A Muckle” reminiscent of the deejay version by Akinsanya. Riddim by top Jamaican musicians, and Black Skin The Prophet songs and lyric is give us the positive vibration.
The first collaboration track with dub poetry pioneer Oku Onuora. “Apps (Running In The Background)” is a song with a unique atmosphere, with the Oku Onuora’s deep poetry and unconventional performance on the addictive riddim. Includes “Shapeshifter Dub” by Junior Wize, inspired by the story of this poem.
The second collaboration of Junior Wize Production and Levi Myaz. This title is reggae arranged cover song from “Love Is New”, written by legendary musician of Trinidad and Tobago, Nappy Mayers. And he is the father of Levi Myaz. He wrote the song in his band “Embryo” era.
A groovy Ska track release from the upcoming EP “SKATTERED LIGHT”,. This new song features a mixed band of Jamaican and Japanese wonderful musicians, including Earl ‘China’ Smith and a chant ‘Live in Love’ by the mellifluous Akinsanya.
Live in love is an open call to be ‘LOVE’ unconditionally and shun hatred, envy, bitterness and revenge. May we answer the call and walk tall in LOVE.
Co-production single “Love Mi Baby” was born by based on Jahmelik’s composition and Junior Wize’s riddim making. Three songs single with original version, dub version, and instrument version included. (more…)
Pre-release single from Sweeney Williams’ upcoming album. Sweeney Williams aka The Man x did his first recording as a guitarist at Studio One. Since then, he has been contributing to the Jamaican music scene. (more…)