Florida based Reggae Artist Kapital Stone is on the path to complete consciousness. With the way the world is running right now, we all need that escape. Teaming up with Kung-Fu Beats, he unleashes “Way Out“. With fire inside him, he sheds light on all that’s happening in the world and encourages us all to be more conscious. Times are changing, we need to promote more love and harmony before the evils rob us blind of them. Artwork for this single is provided by the talented Richard “Sinista” Nattoo. Blaze a fire on all manner of evil, and listen to “Way Out” below!
The First Coast continues to make noise today as 1/4 of The Council, The Sickest Drama, aims to illuminate your 3rd eye with “Step Into The Light“. Produced by Damien Beatz, “TS, no BS, only sip V/X” is charged up as he’s on the path to show listeners that the mumble Rap needs to meet the trashcan. With an array of consciousness over the smooth Production, TSD shows that not only can he switch up the flow, but take the listeners far and wide with the lyrics! “Step Into The Light” is the first release off his upcoming project, and a possible teaser of what he’s to bring off the debut project from The Council. For some reason I’ve heard the opening bars of the hook a couple years ago (Was it from a freestyle TSD?). Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s new music comes from Jah 9 and Protoje. Titled “Legitimate” and produced by Rory Stone Love, we hear the two Reggae artists dropping conscious lyrics about living life righteously, love, and being positive over a soothing production. This is track 11 off Jah 9’s “New Name” album which has been receiving rave reviews all around. Great song to meditate to. “New Name” is still on iTunes so get it today. Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s new music comes from Reggae artist Chronixx. Titled “Champion” and produced by ZJ Heno on the Passionate Riddim, Chronixx provides positive music with a mellow riddim accompanying it. Providing motivating lyrics, this is a feel good song by the young artist. No matter how bad things have become and if people you care about abandon you in the darkest hour, remember to call on Jah because he’s there. Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
In recognition of May being Child’s Month I present to you a hit from a great Reggae act, Tony Rebel. Titled “Teach The Children” which was produced by Bobby Digital (Digital B) and released in 1994, this is message music encouraging good upbringing of children. He speaks on the action of adults being a influence to children along with the saying “If you want a good cow, you better grow a good calf“. Watch what you say to children, they need guidance and good upbringing.
Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from a legendary Reggae Artist, Sizzla Kalonji. Titled “Black Woman And Child” which was produced by Bobby Digital and released in 1996, we hear Sizzla showing love and appreciation for the black woman, promoting consciousness, Africa as the mother of all mankind, and Queen Omega. “Black Woman And Child” is one of Sizzla’s most popular singles and is a part of 2nd album of the same name which was released in 1997.