Monday, February 13, 2012

Rasta Love at Valentines

It is indeed a coincidence that the song we are about to feature is by another authentic Jamaican Rasta man.  We unearth Sevad's "Every Day is Like Valentines" love song and featured it here a few days ago, because we thought it was 'puurr fect" for this Valentines season, but his, is one out of many.  We invite you and your love one to take a moment and listen to the songs feature here in "Rasta Love at Valentines" and do have a wonderful Valentines Day.


 Asante Amen wanna, 'Wipe Your Tears' away this Valentines Day, listen up http://snd.sc/yuci3k


The only female featured among the group is the new Jamaican Goddess of Lovers Rock,  singer/songwriter Sophia Squire.  Sophia's "Nature's Call" as you will hear when you click:- http://snd.sc/xOIFVF has spent weeks possibly months in rotation on several Jamaican radio and is still a hot number.  There are several Jamaican artistes out there that you need to know. Their talents are unending and while we might not feature them all here, those who we present to you, demonstrates the multiplicity of talented artistes emerging out of Jamaica at this time.


Isat poured his heart out on this one 'Unbreakable' http://soundcloud.com/newimage-music/unbreakable-push-it-selector-mix-by-isat-eysat This is how he describes his love for the woman in his life.  




"Your not just my queen, you a me Empress.  Love how you look ina you tall dress"  says Belizean Rastafarian Reggae artiste Eljai on this track.  Based in California, Eljai has got the true authentic sound of a Jamaican Rastaman who is pouring out his love on Valentines http://soundcloud.com/newimage-music/eljai-empress-no-doubt.  In case you neva know, 'a yah so nice!'