“Self-Fulfillment” is the new motivational song by The Carey James (Prod. Morelove Music)

Today is out the new single “Self-Fulfilment” from the Jamaican reggae singer The Carey James. He’s a multi-faceted recording Artist, song writer, musician and producer based in Kingston, Jamaica. Armed with a plethora of lyrics, talent and the attitude to excel, he aims to give listeners an euphoric feeling each time they hear his music.

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Answele releases his first official EP “In Control” (Prod. by Young Pow x Ghetto Youths International)

Answele shows the World his skills with the release of his first official EP “In Control”. Of course we have the Grammy Winning Producer Young Pow at the production. He followed Answele’s career from his first steps in the musical business. We had the pleasure to find out about this young and gifted singer in 2017. Then we had the opportunity to work in association with Young Pow to bring him on tour in Europe in 2018 as I-Octane open act Artist traveling in Countries as Italy, Germany, France, Austria, Sweden and Switzerland.

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Worldwide reggae community lost Bunny Wailer/ The memories of the music industry’s exponents

Bunny Wailer, last member alive of the historical musical group ‘The Wailers’ is dead few days ago in Kingston. The lost of the beloved singer is so hard to accept for the whole reggae community around the Globe. It seems as an era is ending up now… But we know his legacy will live eternally.

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BRAND NEW COLLAB/ Masicka & Tarrus Riley in “CORNER” (Prod. Dunw3ll)

It’s not the first time Masicka suddenly amazes his larger and larger fanbase with a surprising brand new hit. This time the Genahsyde’s supporters got double amazed because he just dropped the videoclip of “Corner” on his Youtube Vevo Channel featuring the popular jamaican recording Artist Tarrus Riley. The song has a strong message about friendship, the main topic sounds to be the realness between friends. “Corner” will be included in the first Masicka’s official album titled “438” that will be released soon and will be full of surprises. Continue reading “BRAND NEW COLLAB/ Masicka & Tarrus Riley in “CORNER” (Prod. Dunw3ll)”

COME ME/ Nuovo Ep di Fido Guido (Prod. by Morelove Music)

   

E’ da poco disponibile in tutti gli shops digitali il nuovo Ep di Fido Guido intitolato “Come me”. Esso contiene quattro tracce in stile Reggae e Dancehall che spaziano dalle più classiche alle più fresche sonorità giamaicane per un totale di tre canzoni in italiano ed una in inglese. I testi sono stati elaborati dal cantante pugliese insieme ai producers Pablo Morelove e Papa Leu. Nell’Ep è presente anche una collaborazione ovvero il singolo “Anche se” featuring Ensi, noto esponente del Rap made in Italy. Il lyric video del brano medesimo è online oggi su Youtube.

La traccia “Dove il sole” porterà l’ascoltatore in un viaggio immaginario in Giamaica vivendo al fianco di Fido Guido un’avventura ai Caraibi, mentre “Fossi qua” è una canzone sexy ed irresistibile, proprio come la donna alla quale è dedicata.

La quarta traccia si intitola “Love and Harmony”, brano edito ed interpretato sul Social Club Riddim. La produzione del disco è stata curata interamente da Pablo Morelove della label torinese Morelove Music. Le tracce sono state magistralmente registrate, mixate e masterizzate da Papa Leu (Adriatic Sound, Sud Sound System, Bag A Riddim band, Ska Nation band) direttamente dal Salento.
Completo e dinamico, forte ed introspettivo, questo Ep preannuncia l’uscita dell’ album “COME ME” Lp prevista per il 18 gennaio 2021.

Titolo: Come Me

Artista: Fido Guido

Tracklist:

1 – Fossi Qui

2 – Dove il Sole

3 – Anche Se feat. Ensi

4 – Love and Harmony

Etichetta musicale: Morelove Music
Produttori esecutivi: Paolo “Pablo Morelove“ Strumia e Raffaele “Papa Leu“ Leo
ARRANGIAMENTI, REGISTRAZIONE, MIX e MASTER Papa Leu presso Adriatic Sound studio (Trepuzzi -Italia ), Kamal Evans presso Big Yard studio (Kingston – Giamaica ) e MASTER Jemoi “ J. Twiss “ Monteith presso Clearsonix studio ( Kingston -Giamaica )
RIDDIM MIX e MASTER: Princevibe
Musicisti: Papa Leu, Antonio “Fossa Drummer“ Miglietta, Ciro “Princevibe” Pisanelli , Giovanni “Ficupala“ Costanza, Luca Manno.

Interview with J Written: “People have the power every day to change the way they look at themselves”

Today we have interviewed a new rising star from Jamaica: J Written. The young Artist Jason Rasheed Wright, stage name J Written, was born in 1994 and he was destined for musical prowess from an early age.

Growing up with his mother, father and two sisters, J Written’s life was blighted by financial instability and constant moving around various areas of Kingston, Jamaica.

“I was unable to socialise with my peers because of my parent’s fear of negative influences,” says Written.

“I was forced to stay inside the house with my sisters. This is how I found out writing and reading was an easy way to escape the grey reality. I wrote daily journals and personal articles on the wall of my homes.”

Writing poems, speeches and essays helped sharpen the tools he uses today. He joined the debate team at his high school Bridgeport High, which gave him the confidence he needed power.

He later discovered a talent for dance even forming a squad at the age of 16. The troupe known as the Acez Dancers took Kingston by a storm.

Despite those moves, he felt there was something missing in his life. He was still writing but dancing and writing was not enough.

I was also studying for my flying pilot’s licence and completed the first part of my training but was unable to complete the process due to economical pressures.

So, at the age 18 he started to fiddle with his old broken-down computer at home, selecting and building beats. Then he started to sing on his own riddims putting a title to one of his productions called “Top Floor Music”.

His passion for music continued: he was often visiting various prominent studios in Jamaica, including JAMINS in Trench Town.

JAMIN studio Fifth Street Trench Town has become his camp where his career began to take a new socially conscious shape. His first notable release was as lead singer with the Right Band. The track is entitled “Remember December”, which focuses on the economic stress of Christmas.  Next up he got a major release featuring international Recording Artist Alborosie entitled “Fear to Understand” that gives a different highlight in J Written’s musical journey.

Gege Vibes: Hi Written what’s up? At what stage is your musical journey?

J Written: I just observe what I see happening around me, then I transform it in lyrics of my songs. I’m also lucky cause right now I have a support team who is managing me and I’m trying to achieve the highest standard in what I do.

G.V. About highest standards in your career, what about your experience with Bunny Wailers? How did it start ?

J.W. We became connected through King Calie and Dre Tosh when they brought bredrens who I was with at that time to his museum to rehearse for a couple of shows. Over time his son and I became close, but the family did not know me as a singer, I was just the bredren around the musicians. Now they appreciate my artistic skills as well.

G.V. : What do u think is the biggest result you actually achieved during your career then?

J.W. To be honest I’ve done so much in my career, but the real highlight of all if it was when someone reached out to me saying that somehow I helped to make his burden lighter. He just listened to one of my songs. I think that’s what all artists should aim for. It means to make a positive impact on someone’s life.

G.V. You just talked about positivity. In your opinion why is it important for the new generations to keep doing positive reggae music?

J.W. I believe in all the positive music, no matter what the genre is. I found over time that I express myself better using Reggae, but whatever style is used to bring across the message is a thumbs up for me.

G.V. What’s the message beside your single ‘Fear to understand’ featuring Alborosie? And how was to collaborate with him? 

The song “Fear to understand” is showing the people who believe that they are a failure that they have the power every day to change the way they look at themselves.

G.V. Are you planning to release any official album?

J.W. Albums and more projects are always at the forefront of my mind, if I even tried to slow down and stop it would be like trying to bottle the sea. There’s lots more projects coming soon. I am currently in studios  working on my EP due to be released early next year 2021. I generally just go with what my energy tells me.

Eugenia Conti