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Raging Fyah on US tour
Grammy nominated band Raging Fyah is embarking on their 'Better Tomorrow' US summer tour, supporting their latest single and music video of the same name.
The tour, scheduled to begin yesterday, will conclude on August 10 at VP Records' 40th Anniversary Concert at City Park's Summer Stage at Central Park, New York.
With Better Tomorrow, Raging Fyah stays true to their roots rock reggae sound, while sending a message of building a bridge instead of creating a wall, serving as a literal and figurative metaphor for one love and unity.
The video, directed by Dubee of Upsetta, portrays images of current events around the world and what should be done to make things better.
"We wanted the video to connect to all kinds of people regardless of race, age and background," said band member Pele. "We think the director did a good job at capturing the power of human connection."
Synergy Boss releases new single
Popular disc jock/producer Synergy Boss, is attacking the scene, this time with the release of Best Ride by fast-rising recording artiste Raedyance.
This song is the first single to be released on Synergy Boss' upcoming album rhythm Intimacy.
The song was released on April 19. Synergy is very upbeat about the single and rhythm.
"I was inspired to do this rhythm because I always wanted to do a little more than just playing music. I want to showcase my talent and creativity as a record producer," he said. "Currently, I am busy in the studio working on this upcoming project and some other new projects."
Elite Generation drops One Aim Rhythm
Producer and artiste manager Roje Williams of the Elite Generation label has released a major project titled, 'One Aim Rhythm', which features a host of local established and upcoming artistes.
Released on June 21, the rhythm features artistes such as Chronic Law, Busy Signal, Singer J and Bugle, as well as Uptikal and Di-Ruption who are signed to the label.
The beat is meant to bring out both happiness and pain, with all 10 tracks bringing their own uniqueness and feel to the sound.
"The creative process starts from when the beat is ready. I personally like to vibe with each artiste and hold an energy while making the music together, not just letting them voice on their own and send the files. From vibing with each artiste, I know how to mix their songs," Williams said.
Citing great feedback, Williams is expecting good things to come from this project.
"The message being sent is positive and motivational. Over time this project will be legendary and one to be spoken about in the future," Williams said.
L Razor goes viral with 'Talk To Mi Nice'
Dancehall artiste L Razor is generating a massive buzz with his recently released single titled Talk To Mi Nice.
"I'm pleased with the response that my song is getting, and I'm thankful to all the DJs and the fans who are supporting my music," said the artiste.
Talk To Mi Nice has also received more than 100,000 hits on several popular YouTube channels including Akam Entertainment, Krish Genius Music and Prince Music.
"The online buzz is growing rapidly, and it's getting stronger every day. I'm not surprised at all; I knew this song was going to be a hit from the day I recorded it," he said.
Several popular dancers and vloggers such as Shelly Belly, DHQ Nickeisha, Facebook Hero, and Kiss Kiss from Japan have posted videos on Instagram endorsing the song.