Press and Photos – Reggae Dancehall Blaze 2012
Reggae Dancehall Blaze 2012 Press
Press and press photos for Lutan Fyah, Perfect Giddimani , Jah Turban
Reggae Dancehall blaze will be a musical fire fest featuring two of Jamaica’s finest Conscious artists in Lutan Fyah and Perfect Giddimani plus Jah Turban, selector Pharfar and Sky Juice Sound, on Sunday the 4th of November 2012, at Loppen Christiania doors 21:00
This event will be blazing hot.
Lutan Fyah It has been about 12 years since Lutan Fyah emerged onto the music scene, after shifting careers from sports to music. Fyah retired from his post as a football player with the Constant Spring Hazards in 1998, and since then he has delivered a continuum of compellingly conscious lyrics
Anthony Martin a.k.a. Lutan Fyah is a conscious reggae singer and deejay. He was born in Thompson Pen, Spanish Town in the Parish of St. Catherine, Jamaica. He started his musical career in 1999 and recorded his first songs for Buju Banton’s Gargamel records. In 2004 he released his first solo album “Dem No Know Demself” on Minor7Flat5 followed in 2005 by “Time & Place” on Lustre Kings. A year later he released two albums, Phantom War on Greensleeves and Healthy Lifestyle on VP He also released several singles on various label from Jamaica, USA and UK. In 2007, his album “You Brings Blessings” came out on Cousins Records. Songs like Save the Juveniles, De La Vega and Crystal Clear, gaining notable favour in the international arena
A rootsy reggae singer with messages of unity, love, and justice deeply embedded in his music. The artiste describes his music as having a “raw gritty roots” sound. His music is evocative of Reggae’s forefathers and with these powerful vibrations as his foundation; Fyah’s international career has ascended beyond the reach of many of his peers.
“Well the I jus want to thank the I dem for the love and support of Lutan Fyah music which provided the impetus to create music and keep creating a better song every time I sing. Give thanks”
Lutan Fyah Press Photo 1
Lutan Fyah Press Photo 2
Perfect Giddimani Perfect (born Greg Rose, Bamboo, and St Ann, Jamaica) cut his first tune as Little Ninja, before settling on his current stage name due to his perfectionism as a recording artist.
In the late 90s he often had to go to Kingston to make his name and record. The first song that really began making his name was ‘Lock Me Up’ in 2004 for Courntey MacIntosh from Irie FM but he was really revealed with ‘Handcart Bwoy’ in 2005. He released his first album Giddimani next year including many of his first singles. After releasing many of his 7″.
In early 2008 saw the release of Perfect’s 2nd album, Born Dead With Life on Irievibrations Records. A concept album concerned with the history of slavery, the album has gotten extraordinary reviews and reveals a deeply personal side of the artist. A collection of singles made up Perfect’s 2009 album, Karma. With lots of popular tunes on familiar riddims, Karma was the beginning of a shift towards the alt/pop world..
2010 saw the release of the multi-genre album French Connection, produced by Sherkhan for Tiger Records/Chalice Palace Music, while 2011 brought us back for the First Time on the Lustre Kings label. 2012 sees Perfect Giddimani poised to embark on a new level in his career with the release of Journey of 1000 Miles on Dynasty Records.
A Rastafarian, Perfect’s lyrics are deep and straightforward yet unforgettably melodious, leaving you to listen over and over. Simply put, he keeps his lyrics real and unapologetically uses music as his medium for education and self-awareness.
Perfect Giddimani Press Photo 1
Perfect Giddimani Press Photo 2
Jah Turban from Jamaica has appeared on releases from some of the Danish Reggae labels. His big herbalist tune, Pass Me The Ganja from Food Palace Music /Juicy Halftone, the hit tune Babylon Doom and the dazzling Move Vampire from SJP Records. This artist By far one of the most crucial and compelling reggae artists who has not only made a name for himself amongst Reggae fans in Denmark, but is now starting to push his music globally.
Jah Turban Press Photo 1
a music producer is producing a lot of records for the Danish market at the moment, he is also a top reggae selector in Denmark.
Sky Juice Sound: the year to year sound Feat: Shorty DC. will play the people’s favourite reggae hit before and after the stage show.
This event will be the biggest roots conscious experience for this year 2012, it will leave an everlasting positive memory to those who attend. So don’t miss this chance to see a blazing reggae show in a great venue.
One love Rastafari.