Posts tagged spi
Posts tagged spi
”Somewhere In Africa” sounds like the classic you can’t believe you’ve never heard. Take note, it is a classic song that you will be humming for weeks and months to come. “Peace, love and harmony” sung so sweetly by Meta, is the message that people across continents need to have embedded in their musical minds. For this reason, Meta returned to Senegal after an eight-year hiatus to record the video in his parents’ home village of Jaff, as well as in Dakar where Meta himself was raised. “A tasty and solid drumbeat drives Meta’s neo-gospel paean to the world’s second largest and second most-populous continent… ” Says Clive Chin
Meta Dia + The Cornerstones performing live!
Considered “the future of reggae music”, by The National Geographic, Meta and The Cornerstones fuse afropop, hip-hop, rock and soul with an international mixture of vocals. This synthesis of Reggae and Soul with powerful lyrics and feel-good melodies creates something that transcends oceans, borders, and language barriers. Consisting of six members who are as diverse as their music, each brings their own unique background to create a unifying and soul-pounding experience for audiences.
:::: Featured Artist of the Week :::: RATED NEXT
Artist: Meta Dia + The Cornerstones
Genre: Reggae/Afro-Soul/Lovers Rock
:::: Featured Artist of the Week :::: RATED TOP VETERAN
Artist: Larry McDonald
Genre: Percussionist/Reggae/Ska/Roots/Afro-Soul/Lovers Rock
“Steered by seasoned reggae producer Sidney Mills, ‘Drumquestra’ - boasting a unique orchestra that unites several generations of Jamaican drummers - triumphantly reflects McDonald’s own diverse percussion explorations; creating a personal and mystical dancefloor excursion that encompasses 16 songs drawing only on percussion, drums and the human voice….”
‘Drumquestra is the debut album from Jamaican drum master Larry McDonald. Being far from new on the scene, McDonald is considered one of the finest percussion exponents in the world, with a career beginning at the heart of the Ska scene over 40 years ago. His list of credits includes collaboration with heavyweight artists Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Lee Perry, Toots & the Maytals, The Wailers, Bad Brains, Taj Mahal, Earnest Ranglin, and the Skatalites to name but a few……’
Check out our page, ‘Like’ & “CONSULT with US for TOP RESULTS” #SPImusicINC