STREAM JAMAICAN REGGAE BAND RAGING FYAH NEW ALBUM EVERLASTING




listen to ragin fyah reggae album everlasting june 2016Regarded as one of Jamaica’s most promising young acts, self contained band Raging Fyah has recently released their third studio album “Everlasting” to rave reviews from fans and music industry alike.



Reflecting of the body of work on the album, “Everlasting” made it’s debut this week at #2 on the billboard charts, and adding to this feat is now #3 in Japan, while the single Live Your Life featuring J Boog and Busy single is #4.

Recorded live at Kingston’s legendary Tuff Gong Studios producer Llamar “Riff Raff” Brown (whose credits include Stephen and Damian Marley, Richie Spice, T.O.K and 2016 Grammy Award winners Morgan Heritage) incorporates broad based influences, various acoustic subtleties, and a few guest artists, all of which enhances as well as expands Raging Fyah’s established reggae identity.

Deemed to become an instant classic, “Everlasting” has delivered a 13 tracks must have for all reggae lovers.

STREAM RAGING FYAH (FULL REGGAE ALBUM) – EVERLASTING – JUNE 2016

Among the hits, the buzzworthy single “Dash Wata” is gathering momentum on social media and international airwaves and a strong contender for summer anthem. According to the band, the song is

“For all the man dem in expressing our thoughts to a beautiful woman.”

Pele, Demar and Anthony Watson (drums, backing vocals), veteran guitarist Courtland “Gizmo” White and lead singer Kumar delivered the album’s first single playful words

“Let’s go for a walk Down by the river side Let’s go for ride.. Ill take you to the mountain side Baby give your hand.. I will take the lead talk… We can talk bout the birds and the trees I’d like to give you a squeeze…”

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“Working on this album was very exciting but challenging; we wanted to stay within the context of who Raging Fyah is, but we never want to box ourselves in either,” explains the band’s bassist/backing vocalistDelroy “Pele” Hamilton.

“Being free spirited as musicians, we spend many hours jamming all kinds of music when we rehearse so we said why not use some of what we feel naturally on our record?”

The title Everlasting was chosen to convey the durability ofRaging Fyah’s music and the long term effect collaborating with Riff Raff has had on the band.

“We had the choice to work with any producer we wanted, locally or internationally and we chose Llamar,” says Raging Fyah’s keyboardist/backing vocalist Demar “Keysie” Gayle.

“We have learned so much from him; the way he helped to shape our sound is an everlasting lesson.”

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