Tag: album launch

Lily Of Da Valley

Serengetti, Hope Zoo We had gathered for the launch of “Lily Of Da Valley” Jesse Royal’s debut album. The event was amazing; it was beautiful to see all the fans come out, despite the rainy weather we had a packed venue. The Serengetti space in 

Ancient Future: The Album Review

Hey Everyone 🙂 As I didn’t post about Reggae on International Reggae Day, July 1st, today I present my first album review, it’s my thoughts on the beats & riddims along with my interpretation of what the songs mean, I do hope you enjoy it 🙂 The 

Ancient Future: The Launch

Hey Everyone 🙂

This is a little about the album launch; I will be making an album review in another post 🙂

“From the streets of Jamaica! Coming live & direct”

-Sudden Flight X Protoje ft. Sevana & Jesse Royal

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The long awaited release of Protoje’s 3rd Album “Ancient Future” was held at the Pegasus Gardens; this brought back memories, as the first Live From Kingston I attended was held there. The place I fell in love with Sevana’s voice. The album was released in Jamaica a day before everywhere else in the world, on Monday, March 9, 2015. We were greeted by the host, Zj Sparks, who introduced Protoje, he thanked us for coming out and started off the program by showing a documentary filmed during the making of the album. Watch it below ↓ Continue reading Ancient Future: The Launch

Stopping By

Hello Everyone 🙂 Still in the tax time struggles, I’m very busy but I’m stopping by to say hi 🙂 (and to boast a little.) Last night I went to Protoje’s launch of his 3rd album “Ancient Future”   Well I’m not here to tarry, 

No-Maddz Album Launch

The long awaited Sly & Robbie presents No-Maddz Album was released on Tuesday January 27, 2015. The flyer says gates open at 7pm so technically I was late, I had ACCA class from 5:30-8:30 and I arrived at Countryside Club at minutes to 9 just in time to 

Raging Fyah Album Launch

This was Tuesday June 17th 2014
We were ready for ‘Destiny’

Lexxi & I :)
Lexxi & I 🙂

This was so anticipated, Lexxi and I got to the venue early, well as early as we could be for a 7 pm event; 20 minutes past 8. The launch was free and we both purchased an album upon entry. It was my first time at the Triple Century Sports Bar and the interior looked nice but the regular decor was still a mystery to me; the centre was cleared and a small stage was installed. To show how early we were seats were available, so we sat down on a plush couch waiting for Gabby, Minkah and Denni. They showed up in that order respectively. Continue reading Raging Fyah Album Launch