Thursday, December 23, 2010

T-shirt Re-Design

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

New Single From Gyptian, ft. Jr Reid

Gytpian ft. Jr Reid | "Baby I"

Monday, December 20, 2010

Josh Heinrichs' Cover of English Legends, Aswad

Earlier this month GanJah Recording artist, Josh Heinrichs, toured the Southeastern USA with Jimmie Haha from the MTV Nationally acclaimed band, Jimmies Chicken Shack as well as East Coast stalwarts, Groove Stain & Florida's own heavy dubbers, Ovni Sound System, who combined to make a killer backing band for Josh. During the tour, Josh had a day off and was fortunate enough to hit "Full Wave Recording Studios" for a compilimentary recording session with the bands. Josh decided to put the 2 piece horn section and full backing band to use on one of his favorite classic reggae songs, "Your Recipe" by English reggae legends, Aswad.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010



Gentleman & SOJA will be performing live at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, February 12, 2011. DO NOT waste time in getting your tickets, this show will sell out! I don't even know the last time Gentleman was on the East Coast, and there's no telling when he'll be back. If there's one thing both of these artists are known for beyond their quality music, it's their outstanding live performances that put all other acts to shame. I cannot wait! 
Tickets go on sale Friday, December 17th. This will be one show you do not want to miss out on. 

Gentleman | "See Dem Coming"

Gentleman ft. Alborosie | "Celebration"


Note the Rudeboy Reggae shirt that SOJA's Bobby Lee is rockin around min - 1:45, designed by Rudeboy Reggae's own, Ras Jess.

Sunday, December 12, 2010


The most surprising comeback artist, in my opinion, as we round out the last few weeks of 2010 is Perfect, aka "Mr. Perfect." I say "comeback" because I've never really liked him. I obviously got on the Hand Cart Boy bandwagon when that track came out years ago - and during that time he also had a handful of good singles in circulation as well - but since then, I haven't been into Perfect at all.

The first single I heard in recent past from Perfect that I found to be super good was off of the Jah Protect Riddim - Work Hard. It's lyrically sound, and his unique, often annoying voice plays into the sound really well.


The second track, which was just released by Cut Stone Productions on the Ghetto Stream Riddim that I posted earlier, is Perfect's Tax Extortion. Again, lyrically top-notch and the head-bobbing, uplifiting rhythm works well with his voice.


Lastly, to bring it all home for me is this new single: Congratulations off the La Familia Riddim produced by Dynasty Records. It's more  along the lines of heavy, dancehall/hip-hop roots, but plays really hard. Its a sort of welcome back song, where Perfect is celebrating his return to the airwaves after a long hiatus. Hopefully we continue to see this sort of production from Mr. Perfect in 2011.