Singers Anthem – Various Artists

Singers Anthem - Various Artists

Anthony Redrose is known in the Reggae industry as a mentor and coach to many singers and DJs; guiding them to the next level in their natural-born talents. How to properly ride a riddim and lyrical mastery are a few of the lessons learned during sessions with the Godfather (an affectionate nickname). Authentic Reggae music has seen a surge in streams during the current world climate. Fans are wanting more and more of what they’ve come to love. What better time for Redrose to release a compilation?

“Singer’s Anthem” is a combination of Reggae, Jazz and Smooth R & B. Executive Producers Anthony Redrose (Raggedy Joe Records) and Lawrence Gowdie (Gowdie Enterprise) recruit the talents of Sly Dunbar, Paul Crossdale and Dean Fraser to create what can only be described as “rebooted and reclaimed“…we’re taken back as the singers hold their rightful places on the thrones of the Culture. This 13-track treat infuses the best parts of modern Reggae hopefuls while redirecting the spotlight to original vibes from your favorites.

Credit: Genie Sweetness

Nesbeth – Life Over Everything

Nesbeth - Life Over Everything

@nesbethreggae -Life Over Everything by: @crawbagenius / @crawbaproductions / @iveyleagueproduction https://onerpm.link/LifeOverEverything

Greater Glory Riddim – Various Artists

Greater Glory Riddim - Various Artists

Kingston Jamaica – Burgeoning producer, artiste and CEO of 1 House Records Peter Henry, more popularly known as Pete Starr, has successfully launched his musical career to new heights. With his first unique rhythm called: Greater Glory, a full St. Georges College production, Pete Starr has without a doubt proven that he is a force to be reckoned with in the music game.  With over twenty (20) years of experience, with his deep rooted and sincere love for reggae music, the meticulous producer/airline pilot, has caught the attention of major industry players and fans with his first reggae production, which features only artistes from his alma mater, St. Georges College in Kingston, Jamaica. The production includes artistes such as: Pete Starr, Mikey General, award winning dub poet Steppa Gangunguru, Rory T, Jahfrican (producer Adrian Locke, Lockecity Music), Cezar, Cali C, Iya Tear, Jahni C, Jim Redz and Guzie.

The album distributed by VPAL Music and is officially released on all digital

platforms.

As the world anticipates the official release of the 1 House Records album showcasing eleven (11) smashing reggae songs, Pete Starr shared:

“This album was a well thought out carefully constructed production, which Grammy Award winner Fatta “Lynford” Marshall was the mixing engineer. ”

He continued, ” It features musicians, Robbie Lyn, Donald Dennis and the late Dalton

Browne, also producer Adrian Locke was instrumental in the composition of the rhythm. 1 House Records is ready to produce more quality music and hits. Fans can also look out for my single, “Daddy.”

 

Upcoming Projects

Meanwhile, as 1 House Records stamps an indelible mark on the reggae scene with the Greater Glory rhythm. The team is now gearing up for the release of the official video of the songs from the Greater Glory studio album in a couple of weeks.

Pete Starr would like to assure fans that, they should continue to expect quality productions from the label for 2021 and beyond.  When asked to leave words of advice for upcoming producers, Pete Starr responded:

“Simply stay focused, with discipline, hard work and most importantly professionalism, this Is the key to success. Your attitude determines your altitude.”

Jada Kingdom – Jungle – Money Well Spent / Republic Records

Jada Kingdom - Jungle

For as much as Jada Kingdom twists together dancehall, R&B, pop, and jazz, the Jamaica-born singer, songwriter, model, and designer also merges moments of introspection, seduction, and empowerment. Born and raised in 7 miles Bull Bay (Gold Shore Lane) on the east side of Jamaica, she resided in a two-bedroom home with her mother, brother, and sister—sharing a bed with her siblings. The family used showers outside and cooked outdoors as well.

Despite “growing up in a really rough and dark place,” Jada wrote her first poems at age 8 but fell in love with music when her grandmother first played “The Manhattans” for her. Then she was later inspired by the likes of Nina Simone, Diana King, Sade, Minnie Ripperton, and Amy Winehouse.

At the age of fourteen, she left school, waitressed, promoted events, and modeled. She even launched her own swimwear line and organically built an Instagram following of millions. In 2017, she dropped her debut single “Love Situations.” By the end of the next year, she popped off internationally with “Banana” and the “Banana REMIX Challenge,” amassing 4.4 million Spotify streams and 3.5 million YouTube views. The FADER hailed her as “Jamaica’s alternative voice of pain.” 

During 2020, she served up the mixtape, E-Syde Queen (The Twinkle Playlist) #Snacksize, in between collaborating with everyone from YFN Lucci, Popcaan, and Vybz Kartel to Davido, Skillibeng, and Aluna. After amassing 20 million-plus streams and views independently and earning acclaim from The FADER, Rolling Stone, Vibe, and more, she heats up a scorching signature style through a series of singles and her debut project for Money Well Spent/Republic Records led by “Jungle.”

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