Sizwe C – Unbroken

Sizwe C - Unbroken

Too often the words “Black Power” invoke a feeling of aggression, hostility, militancy and combativeness, however; that can’t be further from the truth. Made popular by Trinidad born and Howard University graduate Kwame Ture aka Stokely Carmichael, “Black Power” is a means to vocalize and achieve self-determination for a people that have been abused, marginalized, and racially oppressed.
This song is anchored by many voices to include my own, however the most impactful voices are the voices of Jaiden Collins (my son) flanked by el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz aka Malcolm X! The two come from generations far apart, ironically the messages still resonate today. Dedicated to the many lives lost, today we share with you “UNBROKEN”.

Produced by Willo
Mixed and Mastered by Keshav
Written by Sizwe C
Background Vocals Peter Wildfire Noel and Kyra Collins

Ramp Up – Kerwin Du Bois & Machel Montano – 2020 Soca

Ramp Up - Kerwin Du Bois & Machel Montano - 2020 Soca

Title: Ramp Up
Artist: Kerwin Du Bois x Machel Montano
Produced by: Travis World
Live Bass by: Julian Griffith
Composers/Writers: Kerwin Du Bois, Machel Montano, Travis Hosein, Jelani “Pops” Shaw
Background vocals by: Keoné Osborne & Jelani “Pops” Shaw
Mixed & Mastered by: David “Kingston” Sheppard
Distributed by: Monk Music

Julien Believe – I Believe In You feat. Machel Montano, Skinny Fabulous, Alison Hinds & Friends

Julien Believe - I Believe In You feat. Machel Montano, Skinny Fabulous, Alison Hinds & Friends

I Believe In You, Julien Believe featuring Machel Montano, Skinny Fabulous, Rik Carey, Judah Tha Lion, Erin Reign, Alison Hinds, Tara Lynne, Cecile, Erin Reign, Shaback, Nehemiah Hield, Saeed Renaud.

This song is a tribute to the resilience of the Caribbean Spirit in the face of climate change and insurmountable odds that have contributed to the creation of the circumstances that lead to the mega storm, Hurricane Dorian, that impacted and affected Abaco and Grand Bahama; two of the Bahamas’ northern islands.

‘I Believe In You’ is Believe’s latest single that features major Caribbean artists and fellow Bahamian artists, dubbing this the “We Are The World” of the Caribbean. It represents solidarity and unity amongst each artist and their willingness to band together to help a brother or sister in need. This song declares not only love of country but the Caribbean at large.

The lyrics and imagery simultaneously displayed the resilience of the Bahamian people, along with the support of our neighboring brothers and sisters is married perfectly with the catchy and upbeat rhythm. This song is designed to create a sense of hope, strength and assurance in knowing that we will live up to being strong #BahamasStrong. It drives awareness to the devastation and tugs at your heart for a call for action to help, assist and give to those in need.