Turbulence, Lutan Fyah, Chezidek Reggae SuperFest 2006 Sunday, April 02, 2006
Reggae SuperFest 2006
a reggae event not to be missed
Sunday, April 02, 2006
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Taking the reggae world like a storm Sheldon Campbell, aka Turbulence, is fast becoming one of Jamaica’s leading conscious dancehall deejay’s. Having garnered a great deal of interest while on tour with Sizzla, this active member of the Xterminator family has left quite an impression on reggae fans.
Sharing a similar vocal style to that of Sizzla, his strength lies in his rich and powerful singing voice. With influences ranging from the great Bob Marley, Sizzla Kalonji, Jah Cure, Luciano, Mikey General and his older cousin Norris Man, he has developed a unique singing and deejaying style.
Turbulence ‘Notorious’ is taking the reggae scene by storm! The harmonizing deejay has scored hits in the roots and dancehall genres as a solo artist and on duets (with sultry songstress Sasha). His vocal delivery is both passionate and raw as he easily moves from conscious tune to love song. Turbulence has won fans and positive press through well crafted live performances. (spending much of the last two years touring with Sizzla). Displaying a wide range of musical influences and exciting musical approach, Notorious – the Album promises to break Turbulence onto a new level of recognition. What’s the buzz? – The single Notorious is making a big impact on the underground club scene – The hit ‘Want A Natty’ featuring Sasha is a former #1 track in Jamaica and – ‘Notorious – The album’ recorded with producers Dan ‘Piloni’ Kark and Kirk Hedge – 2006 Tour plans for Turbulence include Europe and Japan
Lutan Fyah, born Anthony Martin, grew up in Thompson Pen, St. Catherine, Jamaica where he was exposed to music at a very early age. from his grandfather’s sound system and from the many artistes who used to vibe out around the sound.
“Dem No Know Demself”, the artistes first album, was released in late 2004 by Minor 7 Flat 5. A long time coming, this release was quickly followed by Lutan’s sophomore album. “Time and Place”, released in early 2005 by Lustre Kings Productions, is an excellent showcase of Lutans vocal and lyrical skills.
Lutan Fyah has a distinctively unique and inimitable vocal style, timing that captures the listener’s attention it can be attributed to a youthful exuberance coupled with a strict Rastafarian discipline which ensures his performances and message.
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Chezidek is an up and coming conscious reggae artist emerging from the Xterminator production camp. He has achieved a lot of radio exposure this year in Jamaica, with the hits “Leave The Trees” and “Provider” Hailing from Ocho Rios Jamaica the artist formerly known as Chila Wrench built his reputation the Massive B label., Chezidek released his first VP Records album Harvest Time which featured the track “Can’t Hear Must Feel”. Chezidek’s vocal draws on classic roots phrasing and falsetto styles that are retro and distinctly original at once. The musical support on the album boasts some of reggae’s best musicians – Sly Dunbar, Robbie Lyn, Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith and Dean Frasier to name a few. Feature tracks include “Provider”, “Rising Sun”, “Ants Nest” and “Inna Love”.
The reggae ar ti sts from the old capital Spanish Town in Jamaica started doing music from a tender age of 13 years old.
His mission is to wise up the nat ion universally with the teachings of His Majesty, with reality and culture.
A dat wi a embrace.
Alwy Abdul Wahab El-Hady was born in Dar Es Salaam , Tanzania . He came to Denmark in the mid eigh ti es and soon after he was deeply involved in the
Danish Reggae scene. As part of leg endary Danish sound system Sky Juice Sound he has toured all over Scand ina via .
Furthermore he has been lead singer in Danish Reggae/Dancehall band Japaf and he has worked with Reggae acts such as Bass & Trouble and Ministry Of Harmony.
Mandingo is one of Denmarks new rising reggae stars, and his energe ti c style and powerful barritone has taken the Danish reggae audience by storm. He’s among Denmark ‘s most ac ti ve reggae ar ti sts, and if you’ve kept an eye on the Danish reggae scene during the past 2-3 years this shouldn’t come as a surprise.
He has supported ar ti sts such as Natasja, Chin, Ms Mukupa, Rebellion, Mys ti k and riddim bands Riddim Force Band, The Ragga Pa ck and Jamaican reggae stars Jah Mason and Chukki Star.
Mandingo’s style is roo ti cal with a new age flow – inspired by ar ti sts such as Sizzla and Capleton – but with his own per sonal and dis ti nc ti ve mark. With inspira ti on from the Bobo Ashan ti movement Mandingo demonstrates both aggression and love in his lyrics. More fire!!!
Fire house crew
Danish sound system FireHouse came into being in the spring of 2005 as three Copenhagen sounds, All Prophet Sound , Miraculix’ Galarsystem andPresident Sound joined forces. The name FireHouse was taken in reverence of King Tubby’s legendary Firehouse.
During its short period of existence the FireHouse has made itself known as one of the most ambitious, hardest working and toughest puffing acts on the Danish reggae scene. In the FireHouse frame of mind no dancehall is too small to be rocked, no riddim too rough and no spliff too long. FireHouse come fi nice up de dance each and every time.