Brixton Saint's updated take on reggae music follows in the footsteps of revolutionary artists like Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Yellowman, Culture and The Clash. Brixton Saint's “Outlaw” reggae tells the stories of the working class, turning a spotlight on the issues of life, love, politics and war. In addition to critically acclaimed original songs Brixton Saint plays reggae favorites by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bad Brains, Black Uhuru, Culture and the Police.
Brixton Saint has opened for major international acts including Third World and the Toasters. Brixton Saint's music has been featured on regional and college radio stations in the greater Philadelphia area and internationally on a number of internet radio stations (Jango, Rukus Radio).
In 2011 Brixton Saint's "E Pluribus Unum" was a finalist for "Best EP" by a Philadelphia/Wilmington area artist on WSTW. In 2010, Brixton Saint was a finalist for "Best Album" by a Philadelphia/Wilmington area artist on WSTW and a finalist in Out and About Magazine's "Musik Armageddon". Both releases are available on iTunes via Green Eyed Lion Records.