I OCTANE live inside Phoenix Concert Theatre Saturday January 30th downtown Toronto get your tickets now
ARYA Concerts & Events presents ROCKING THE FOUNDATION 6 Heart and Stroke Foundation benefit ft. MELODIC YOZA at Hard Rock Cafe Sat. Dec. 19 8pm to 1am Six bands! Side-stage act & a DJ all night! PRIZES! RAFFLE! Our SIXTH annual benefit in support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
INDIE NIGHT!! FT.MELODIC YOZA HARD ROCK CAFE TORONTO
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!
Sounds Like: Damian Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Drake, Chris Brown
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
“Melodic Yoza fused Reggae with other genres of music long before Rihanna and Justin Bieber Reggae Soul Hop artist, Melodic Yoza releases his new single and video from his C.B.K project (PRWEB) February 24, 2016 The music world is in an uproar, especially fans of Reggae Dancehall, about Rihanna and Justin Bieber’s tropical island fuse music more popularly known as Dancehall music. Nonetheless, Reggae music is more than just Dancehall, it is also Ska, Mento, Roots, Rock, Pop, Jazz, R&B and Hip Hop with a lot of Soul. It is part of the Jamaican culture and lifestyle. However, other cultures see Reggae as vacation music and never take it serious until someone else does it outside of the Reggae community. The real innovators are overlooked and are rarely given credit where it is due. With that being said, Rihanna and Justin Bieber are just embracing good music and there is nothing wrong with that. The greater issue is that the Reggae community does not do enough to support the differen”