A few years ago we pulled down several of our songs and albums from all streaming platforms because we were working on setting up our own distribution. Now that we’ve been able to do that, we are slowly re-releasing the records.
To that end, we have just re-added the “Life 101 Riddim” to all DSPs. This dancehall compilation, which was originally released in 2016, features: Lt. Stitchie, Karamanti, Alozade, Andi-ites and Hiawondah.
We have just uploaded the Restart Riddim to our soundcloud page. Knowing that persons do have preferred music platforms where they go to stream and download songs, it is imperative that our projects are available everywhere.
Spiritual Warfare, the brand new album from Jamaican lyricist Karamanti, is now available on all music platforms. The ten-track LP went live earlier today, December 7th, 2021.
Using several musical styles: hardcore dancehall, reggae, dub and world music, Karamanti delves into uncomfortable subject matters such as blood sacrifice, demonic attack, religion and more.
Producers that contributed to this project are: Lamar Thompson (Jamaica), Delroy ‘Phatta’ Pottinger (Jamaica), Donald ‘Tixie’ Dixon (Jamaica), Teban Cee (South Africa), Major P (Czech Republic) and Arioso Legato (U.S.A.).
Restart Riddim is a four-track dancehall compilation featuring Peppery, Sherida Sharpe, I-Talawah and Karamanti. The project was independently released on November 26th, and as such, is now available on all music platforms.
The idea for the record was conceptualized after we shared the first single from Karamanti’s upcoming album, Start With A Prayer, and noticed that the feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Everybody that heard the track fell inlove with it; and several artists reached out to ask if they could voice on the riddim. Naturally, we were very selective and decided to only work with the aforementioned performers.
The beat for the Restart Riddim was built by Lamar Thompson for Blakkwuman22 Music. All the artists wrote their respective songs, with the exception of the title track, which is sung by Sherida Sharpe; it was penned by Karamanti.