Miami Reggae Singer 1
This Miami Reggae Singer is known for his excellent songwriting skills and presence on and off stage. He hails from Westmoreland, Jamaica and is the nephew of famed reggae icon Peter Tosh.
The singer started professionally in 1990 and was lead vocalist for the Jah Children Band. During this period he shared stages with a host of renowned reggae artists, such as Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, and Sanchez to name a few. His first studio recording was the self-composed single, Try My Love on The Crowd Pleaser label in 1994. This first effort received both modest airplay and industry recognition. In 1996, this Miami Reggae Singer released his first full-length LP titled Hard Road to Travel. Following its release he began performing more as a solo act. In 2000, he and his team embarked upon a United States promotional tour. Highlights from this tour were performances on Fox 5′s Good Day Atlanta and 89.3FM WRFG-Atlanta.
Miami Reggae Singer tours
Throughout the mid-2000s, this Miami Reggae Singer toured extensively throughout Europe, performing for audiences in France, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Holland, and Switzerland. Amid a growing European following, he met and subsequently began collaborating with the Austrian-based band House of Riddims. Together they have produced some amazing roots reggae music.
Throughout his career he has released several albums. One of his major achievements was his album Rebel With A Cause. It was selected as a Top Ten Reggae Album Pick of the Year by the Brazilian-based Radio Reggae Trade and 1.FM Reggae Trade on iTunes and Windows Media Radio Tune.
Miami Reggae Singer mission
While music is his passion, this artist is also a philanthropist who is concerned about leaving this world a better place than what he was born into. He continuously assists the Blossom Garden Children’s Home in Montego Bay with supplies and equipment in an effort to make the environment more comfortable for the staff and children. This Miami Reggae Singer is also involved in a homeless feeding campaign in two of Jamaica’s most popular cities; Kingston and Montego Bay.