"Music is psychology. And if the music does not penetrate the heart, the soul, the mind, and the body, then you ain't gonna feel it.
Because reggae music is not something that you hear, it's something you feel.
And if you don't feel it, you can't know it. It is a spiritual music with spiritual ingredients for spiritual purposes."
Working hard on the third and final release on the Abeng riddim... On one 12" record, three cuts, four artists, and massive horns...
Coming this summer, stay tuned !
The third cut of the Abeng riddim, Leroy Brown's "Crime is a business" is OUT NOW !!!
It just started hitting the shops...
Limited press pricture sleeve, 300 copies only, don't miss the bad bad Leroy Brown's return !
One year ago, Winston McAnuff's son Matthew, a very promising and talented young jamaican artist got killed in Montego Bay, at the way too early age of 25 years.
I had the pleasure to meet him quite a few times at the Roots Uprising band headquarters in Rockfort, where I am a regular visitor.
So here is a little tribute, made of an interview I made with him in oct 2009, and a song that, as far as I know, is unreleased : "Ennemies on the alert", backed and produced by the Roots Uprising band.