“Raging Fyah - Judgement Day + Destiny (Soulbeats Records/Harmonia Mundi) When talking about new bands coming out of Jamaica - think Pentateuch, Rootz Underground or Dubtonic Kru - we certainly can't forget Raging Fyah. This five-member band from Kingston has been going at it since 2006 and specializes in decent new roots, spiced up with influences from pop and soul, occasionally reminding yours truly of Third World. Kumar Bent (vocals), Anthony Watson (drums), Courtland White (guitar), Demar Gayle (keyboards), and Delroy Hamilton (bass), met at Edna Manley College. Their new album 'Destiny' is a top production filled with inspiring uplifting songs that doesn't disappoint anywhere and should be rated among this year's best Jamaican productions. Raging Fyah's 2011 debut album 'Judgement Day', which unfortunately was not distributed in Europe, thanks to the French Soulbeats Records label will now also get a second chance, as they are releasing it in one box together with 'Destiny'.”
“Today they’re back with a brand new album entitled “Destiny” as if everything was written and that somebody sent us Raging Fyah to preserv positivity in that world … An album which illustrate again this desire to cross frontlines and barriers to burn them and make it definitly disappear. Well we are in the middle of the rebirth of a real roots reggae music before defended by mans like Bob Marley, and it’s so good to hear ! Even if cliché will be always existing we can not forget that reggae music is a positive music full of unity and fraternity, this is its very essence !”
“No Fillers on Raging Fyah's New Album "Destiny"”
“Jamaica's "RagingFyah" Burns ON with DESTINY”
“More diverse yet more unified, Destiny is the Raging Fyah album they were always fated to make.”
"Its a longtime I nuh Dance Like this"
“Peace, Love and rocksteady.”