With a few singles out, Nomad Carlos finally released his “Distants” EP. This project, produced entirely by SOSA, Nomad Carlos speaks on his experiences and views of the world from a regular guy’s perspective over 9 tracks. Released through his ArkHouse Music Group, get a dose of Hip Hop by checking out the EP below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Dropping another selection off his “Ancient Future” album today is Reggae artist, Protoje. Titled “Criminal” and produced by Winta James, Diggy drops some conscious lyrics with a little history lesson. A single that makes you go back to the history books to learn about Peter Tosh, Free I, Leonard Howell, Dutty Boukman, and more. Amazing comic book styled cover art by 1ndividual out of Trinidad. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Dropping a new video today is Jamaican Rapper, Nomad Carlos. Titled “What They Saying” and directed by David DaCosta, Carlos goes into comic book mode this time around. Turn the pages with Nomad as he hops trains and perform his raps. Off his “Distants” EP, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
With a popularity like no other, Takana Zion is one of the fastest rising Reggae acts in Guinee (Guinea). Being a part of the Abi-Reggae Music Festival, Onstage caught up with him to speak on a few things. Here he spoke about his beginnings, working on a new album named “Good Life” that was recorded in Jamaica, being the son of a Politician and his transition to becoming a Rastafarian, being a huge fan of Peter Tosh, using Reggae Music to help the people, the challenges he has faced, bringing his music to other countries and more. Great interview, Takana has seen and done a lot to reach the level of stardom he has now and it can only be greater. Check out the interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recently, the Onstage team took a trip to West Africa to be a part of the Abi-Reggae International Music Festival and Conference in the Ivory Coast. Among some of the acts included Morgan Heritage, Kymani Marley, Alpha Blondy and more. Here Alpha Blondy was featured for an Interview. Here he spoke about the significance of the Music Festival, the Reggae Music scene and the influences, Bob Marley’s impact, breaking the language barrier, upcoming projects, and more. Interesting Interview for a wise Reggae artist. It’s really amazing to know the impact Reggae music has on the rest of the world. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.