Various Artists Album: RASTAFARI GUIDE I
Rastafari Guide I is an album dedicated to highlighting upcoming artists and musicians on the reggae scene. To book any of these fine performers, contact info @ demodelgado.com.
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Rastafari Guide I features an exclusive reggae single from Denise Weeks: “Not For Sale.”
R&B/soul singer Denise Weeks famously started performing on the New York City subway for penny tips to help support her children. When she got her chance to appear on X-Factor, she wowed Simon Cowell and the other judges with her soulful singing voice and performance. Denise is best-known for “Lose Control,” her contribution to Jim Jones’ “My Diary” and “I’m In Love With A Thug,” and “New York Flavor” with Artifacts. Denise’s “Not For Sale” is a sizzling reggae song and empowering proclamation for all modern women.
Rastafari Guide I includes “America, America” by Jamaican reggae artist, Talio.
For the last few months, Talio been tearing up the streets of Kingston with his dancehall single “Gallop and Wine.”
Jamaican artist Mr. SupriZe uses his distinctive baritone to deliver a powerful conscious Rasta call to “Stand Up and Fight” and Demo Delgado inspires with his roots reggae single, “Live and Learn.”
Reggae legend Tony Chin was a founding member of the Soul Syndicate with Fully Fullwood.
The group is best known for playing with a number of Jamaica’s finest lead vocalists, including Freddie McGregor, Dennis Brown and Cynthia Richards. In the 70s they supported U-Roy, the Mighty Diamonds and Big Youth on the international circuit before being enrolled by Peter Tosh to replace Sly and Robbie. Tony lends his unique talent and distinctive singing voice to Rastafari Guide I with “Girl I Left Behind.”
Jamaican singer Stephon Anthony contributes two heartfelt songs for lovers, “Since You’re Here” and “When You Cry.”
Rounding out the album is another lover-boy single, “Home Alone” from Chappa Jan and “Only A Prayer” by Ilano featuring Ras Charmer.