Gege Vibes Camp / Artist Roster
Artists: G - M
At Gege Vibes,
only the best is good enough.
Meet the Talent
Govana first built a career as a street-tough lyricist under the name Deablo. After the success of the 2017 singles "Shallow Grung" and "Gyal Clown." he won Breakout Celebrity of the Year at the YVAs-Jamaica's premiere viewers' choice awards. His 2020 album, Humans and Monsters Are Not the Same, hit No. 2 on the iTunes Reggae Albums chart.
About Gramps Morgan
Gramps Morgan is a Jamaican singer, instrumentalist, producer, record executive, and entrepreneur. He is the son of well-known reggae artist Denroy Morgan and a member of the Grammy Award-winning reggae band Morgan Heritage. He has worked with many other artists in his career including India Arie, Sting and Shaggy.
Described by Complex Magazine as one of the few Dancehall stars that can do it all, I-Octane's latest album "I AM GREAT" underscores why his career has withstood the test of time. "So Sorry," a leading track from "I AM GREAT" is one of the artiste's all-time favourite singles.
About Iba Mahr
With Rastafari as his inspiration, roots and culture is always what he promotes along with social commentary and soulful-reggae love songs that speaks out to the heart of ones and ones in love or out of love. Give heed to the voice, and what reggae music has to offer in the future.
Jah Vinci is one of Jamaica’s leading reggae and dancehall artists. With his unique sound and style, he has managed to carve out a niche for himself in the industry. He has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the genre and his music continues to evolve as he experiments with new sounds. He has worked with many of Jamaica’s most prolific artists such as Vybz Kartel, Popcaan, and Alkaline.
About Jo Archer
Joane "Jo" Archer is a musical rising star whose talents transcend the realms of singing, songwriting and motivation. Hailing from the vibrant Trinidad & Tobago, she has found her home on the captivating island. Jo Archer's music, characterized by its fusion of Reggae, Pop, R’n’b and Dancehall is a testament to her versatility and artistry.
About Marcia Griffiths
Widely regarded as one of the finest female vocalists in reggae history. She started singing professionally in 1964, for Byron Lee and the Dragonaires band. Her recording years started soon after, at Coxsone Dodd’s - Studio One where she recorded her first hit “Feel Like Jumping.Ten years after entering the music business, Marcia united with Judy Mowatt and Rita Marley to form the I-Threes.
Recently signed to Def Jam Records, Masicka is known globally as one of the most highly-skilled and versatile Dancehall artistes hailing from his island-home, Jamaica. Masicka has independently amassed more than 100 million streams worldwide, and he continues to lead the pack of a new generation of Jamaican and Caribbean artistes.
About Mikey General
With a career spanning nearly five decades and appearances on over 700 tracks, Mikey General is one of reggae’s best-loved artist. British-born Michael Taylor moved to Jamaica at the age of two. Releasing his first single, Roots Mi Roots in 1980, Mikey returned to the UK in 1982 and began working with top soundsystems including Viking, Saxon and Coxsone.
About Mykal Rose
Michael Rose is a Grammy award-winning reggae singer from Jamaica. He is most widely known for a successful tenure as the lead singer for Black Uhuru from 1977 to 1984, followed by a lengthy solo career.