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Melodic Yoza will be doing 4 shows in one day in kensington market on may 25/2013 also featuring DJ Parent Trap starting at 11:30 am all around the market come catch this GREAT artist blending elements of Reggae, Hip Hop jazz and Dancehall soul into a personal sonic formula. #YOZARRIFFIC!
[Description] www.Nufunk.ca & CIUT 89.5FM Present 7th Annual Bob Marley Tribute Concert w/ House of David Gang www.HouseofDavidGang.com performing the songs of Bob Marley featuring: Michael Garrick, Melodic Yoza, Dub Connection, DJ Chocolate & Partick Roots, Prizes and so much more Tickets $10 Adv, $15 at the door, or $10 with canned food donation to Parkdale Food Bank Online Tickets: http://tktwb.tw/UqPhda
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Sounds Like: Damian Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Slick Rick
Music. Energy. Lyrics. Originality. Dedication. Inspiration. Consciousness.
This is MELODIC Yoza. Hailing from New York by way of Jamaica and Canada, this talented artist set out to deliver a really unique twist to his music, blending elements of Reggae, Hip Hop, Dancehall, Jazz and pop into a p...See Full Bio
“Straight out of Toronto, Parent Trap is a brand-new, genre-bending musical collective featuring the lyrical stylings of Melodic Yoza, the Saint Thomas, Jamaica-born MC whose sound spans reggae, hip-hop, and soul. We last heard from Yoza on last year’s jazz-inflected “We Got Love,” shortly after his music was featured on The Jersey Shore (island vibes, beach vibes..) Now, he’s working with a group of talented T-Dot producers, including YAKOBEAN, The Bass6, and TMB, to “provoke the endless boundaries of urban music.” The collective’s first single, “Bad Up,” has a gritty hip-hop vibe to go along with the tune’s straight-from-yard title. Yoza’s ragamuffin flow goes easy over the swaggering beat, a big hip-hop groove with a hint of dancefloor-ready EDM. Listen below, and get ready for more from Parent Trap on their upcoming EP Treehouze.”