The present fight and cry of the Children of the African diaspora can be heard and felt in the music of Soul-Reggae band, Judah Tribe. The diverse cultural identities of the group's members allows each to bring his or her own unique story in the fight for Peace, Livity, Equal Rights, & Justice. Led by singer/songwriters, Josh David (Q-Tip, Joy Denalane, Rene Neufville, Soul Cycle) and Eric "The General" Toussaint (Junior Reid, Riddim Nation, Ossie Delimore) the revolutionary sound of Judah Tribe has been heard at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Lincoln Center singing the world disaster chant "Help Us JAH".
At present, Judah Tribe is actively performing in venues and festivals along the east coast while promoting their debut album, "Nu Day Dawnin". Other recent works include collaborations with artists like: Ethiopian-native, Shéba Sahlemariam (Sonic Dynasty); Jamaican Artists such as Pashon Minott (Daughter of Sugar Minott), Alex Marley, Biggz General (Grandson of Bob Marley/Ghetto Youths), Jesse Royal, Dax Lion, and more.