Yaadcore – The Calling Official Video

Yaadcore releases an Official Video for the track titled “The Calling”. As the track mentions, Director Tizzy_Tokyo brings Mama G to life from Yaadcore’s dream which actually turns out to be a true manifestation to his calling.

This track was co produced by Yaadcore along with Ian Mckee and Young Zoe Beats being the Main producer of the riddim.

Director – Tizzy Tokyo
Assistant Director – Yaadcore
Colour Grading – Fernando Hevia
Mystic Lady – Mama G
Football – Lutan Fyah
Bass Drum – Black Kush
Kette Drum – Atsushi,Toma & Yellow Drumz
Dancer 1 – Nanny Issachar
Dancer 2 – Andre France
Frankincense – El Shadai
Cross Bearer – Karbon
Torch 1 – Samory I


Arise Roots – Lions In The Jungle (ft. Lutan Fyah, Nattali Rize & Turbulence)

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Director/Cinematographer/Lighting: Ryan C. Spencer
Video Editor and 3D Visuals: Anthony Wells

Vocals: Karim Israel/@karimisrael
Keyboards/back up vocals: Todd Johnson/@rootsbubbler
Lead guitar : Robert Sotelo/@sloedub
Bass: Rodolfo Covarrubias
Rhythm guitar/back up vocals: Chris Brennan/@chrisbrennan82
Drums: Jamey “Zeb” Dekofsky/@zebdrum
Trumpet: Eitan Avineri/@eitavi18
Sax: Wesley Perry/@wesperrymusic
Trombone: Josh Molle

Engineer: Lewis Richards
Recorded at 17th Street Recording Studios

Gregory Isaacs -Uncle Joe (1990 Digital Remaster)

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Uncle Joe (1990 Digital Remaster) · Gregory Isaacs

Cool Ruler – Soon Forward: Selection

℗ 1990 Virgin Records Ltd

Released on: 1990-01-01

Producer: Gregory Isaacs
Associated Performer, Guitar: Chinna
Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Ernest Wilson
Associated Performer, Vocalist: The Heptones
Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Robert Shakespeare
Associated Performer, Drums: Sly Dunbar
Associated Performer, Horn: Tommy McCook
Associated Performer, Guitar: Ranchie
Associated Performer, Guitar: Bingy Bunny
Associated Performer, Keyboards: Ansell Collins
Associated Performer, Horn: Bobby Ellis
Associated Performer, Horn: Herman Marquis
Studio Personnel, Engineer: Lancelot McKenzie
Composer: Gregory Isaacs


Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

Watch Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley play “Slave Mill”, “So a Child May Follow” and “Speak Life” at the Tiny Desk.

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Sept. 9, 2019 | Felix Contreras — There was a distinct feeling of history in the air when Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley took his place in our office with his band, and it wasn’t just the legend behind his surname. For fifteen minutes, we were treated to the same socially relevant reggae that his father, legendary Jamaican reggae icon Bob Marley, made popular when he put the genre on the international music map.

With eyes shut, Marley dug deep into the healing power of music with songs from his 2017 album Stony Hill. “So A Child May Follow” addresses the troubles youth confront around the globe and how to persevere to succeed. “Speak Life” sums up the message of his music and his turn behind the Tiny Desk: live a life that will enable us to survive life’s slings and arrows with dignity and love. But what makes his music stand out on this session is the prominence of the acoustic guitar and piano in the arrangements, which makes the familiar sound somewhat new.

And let’s address the elephant in the room: Damian’s father cast a giant, magnificent shadow on the world and it can’t be easy to follow in those footsteps as a songwriter and musician. “Jr. Gong” (after his father’s nickname of “Tuff Gong”) seems to be undaunted by that legacy and instead draws on it for inspiration and guidance. Not to mention there is more than a hint of his father’s unmistakable singing voice that so often preached the same messages of self-identity and self-determination that his youngest son is now doing so successfully.

“Slave Mill”
“So a Child May Follow”
“Speak Life”

Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley: vocals; Roselyn Williams: vocals; Sherieta Lewis: vocals; Sean “Pow” Diedrick: keys; Courtney “Bam” Diedrick: drums; Shiah Coore: bass; Elton “Elly B” Brown: guitar

Producers: Abby O’Neill, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineers: Josh Rogosin, Andy Huether; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Bronson Arcuri, Jeremiah Rhodes, CJ Riculan; Associate Producer: Bobby Carter; Production Assistant: Paul Georgoulis; Executive Producer: Lauren Onkey; VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann; Photo: Shuran Huang/NPR