Artist Cayenne the Lion King created his name from the spice cayenne pepper because anything it touches it inhances, a Lion because of it’s Heart and a King to represent Royality. Born in Atlanta, Georgia his love of music began with his father Willie Lemons Jr., who opened up Read More ...
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Veteran Sensational songbird Angella Stewart has been thrilling audience for over thirty years with her smooth, melodious tones, hailing from Kingston, Jamaica. Angella is the ‘First Lady’ of a musical family that includes singer Tinga Stewart, Roman Stewart and the late musician Own ‘Fox’ Stewart. Angella’s outgoing, people-loving personality Read More ...
Poised, confident, lyrical and talented are just a few words that describe Exile di Brave. This Jamaican reggae artiste born Clayton Johnson, hails from the sunshine city of Portmore, and is on a mission in music to entertain and uplift.Organically bred and grown on reggae, dancehall and hip hop music Exile di Read More ...
Undiluted Revolutionary Black/ Pan Afrikan Consciousness is perhaps the most applicable description of the musical content and style of the Marcus Garvey Revolutionary Guards (MGRG or The Guards). MGRG stand as proponents of Black Afrikan Revolutionary consciousness built firmly on the need for a sure defense for the black nation Read More ...
Born February 9, 1981 in Harlem New York. Moved to St. Thomas at a young age where she was raised and currently resides. This singing songbird, Empress I was born into a family of musicians. Her mother Angela “Sister Anykka” Hodge, Father, Jomo Pemberton and her late Read More ...
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