Bristol based, West African Reggae Artist - Riddimical Prophet will be launching his debut album - 'Message' at The Attic Bar in Stokes Croft on Friday 2nd August 2013! Not to be missed, this will be a night packed full of good Reggae vibes from several well known Bristol Artists plus DJ's - Star Luv Sound & Lucky Bob Silver Mountain! Doors open at 8pm and its only a fiver to get in so spread the word, tell a friend or a few and join us for this onetime special event - and don't forget to bring your dancing shoes!!!!!
UWE Students’ Union and University of Bristol Students’ Union are proud to invite you to celebrate Black History Month through an amazing Love Music Hate Racism gig. Our music is living testimony to the fact that cultures can and do mix. It unites us and gives us strength, and offers a vibrant celebration of our multicultural and multiracial society. Love Music Hate Racism is a national movement against racism and fascism through music, so it’s vital everyone gets involved. This event is happening at the very vibrant Start The Bus, in the center of town, and is open to all: students, staff, the local community, and friends! UWE Students’ Union and Bristol University Students’ Union is very much looking forward to seeing you all there!
Bringing a different class of Reggae to Town. Not to be missed!!! Tickets £8 before 11pm and £10 after...... Artists performing on the night include OMSLA, NU CHILLI, MOSES KELLY, RAHMAN, PROPHET , & King LAMIN plus surprise guest 'Doctor Shaka - Born African Crew'..... Spread the word to all your friends and we look foward to seeing you there.
The Reggae Riddim Club will be stepping aside and letting Bristol's finest reggae performers take center stage to raise money for the New Hope Orphanage in Mandeville, Jamaica. The allstar lineup includes Dallas, Jashwha Moses, Norris B, Prophet, and Jah Garvey. DJ duties fall under the capable hands of Banton Selecta: playing the best Reggae and Dancehall. The event will be hosted by Rasta Dan (Cayman Islands). As is the case with all Charity nights @ The Spring Garden Tavern there will be a Caribbean buffet that kicks off at 8.00pm. This is Included in the ticket price. Only £5.00 (all of which goes to the charity) 8.00 till late Any Kitchen Volunteers Most welcome!
Bringing together a sumptuous collection of some of Bristols finest African and Carribean Musicians for a truly unique, one night only, live concert. Artisits performing include: Moses - King Kora (aka Moussa Kouyate) Savannah Band Blackout JA Prophet Omsla and much much more......... Tickets cost £5 on the door (children free) (All money raised will go to the pupils of Karantaba Primary School in The Gambia, Africa to help ensure that every pupil is able to afford the clothing and equipment they require to attend School)
Riddimical Prophet (actual name, Lamin Fofana) was born and grew up in The Village of Jarra, Karantaba in The Gambia, smiling coast of Africa.
Musically, from around the age of 9 years old Prophet grew to love Reggae music. He started listening to artists such as Bob Marley, Eric Donaldson, Ijah...See Full Bio
“It's often claimed that the internet and global satellite TV have made English (or at least "American") the international language of the planet. The French, naturally, dispute this and the Spanish have a good claim, too, but few would argue that musically it's reggae that makes the world go round. Pitch up in almost any airport in the world and the chances are you'll soon be hearing that Caribbean beat, whether a classic Bob Marley number or a locally made hybrid. It was the soundtrack of young Lamin Fofana's early years in the small up-river town of Kantaba in The Gambia and, despite the impact of local celebrities like Ifang Bondi and the Kantaba Band, his record collection soon filled with discs by Ijahman Levi and Admiral Tibet as well as the mandatory Wailers' classics. It was playing these records as a DJ while still at school that led him to begin writing his own reggae music as Riddimical Prophet, eventually moving to the UK in 2004 to find more opportunities. It's been a”