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B. Davis / Press

“Good sound, a different kind of reggae, which I found interesting and at the end I am really happy with it. I found out B. Davis is a rising artist and I found out this album to be very good.”

"Zion Audio" album review - Amazon MP3 store

“Boy what an album! It's well worth the wait. There are no bad tracks on this album and the muscians play tight. He sounds like across between Hugh Mundell and Lacksley Castell. I really hope people buy this album because it is fresh and the music is played by real instruments.”

"Zion Audio" album review - Cdbaby.com

“It's hard to find modern reggae that catches the magical soul and passion of the 70s & early 80s artists, while not sounding too commercial and contrived. This cd has that Horace Andy/Hugh Mundell/Jacob Miller type vibe to it, with rhythms and melodies that evoke Studio One or Wackies type sessions without sounding fake or simply stealing those bass lines. A positive, heartfelt project from start to finish.”

"Zion Audio" album review - Cdbaby.com

“Perfect summer record. Blends roots with modern production and wicked vocals. Great songs and great performances - pick this up!!”

"Towards the Light" album review - iTunes

“Wow! B.Davis truly has captured the classic roots reggae sound! Highly reccomend buying this, has wicked lovers rock tracks really make you move! Irie vibes!!!!”

"Towards the Light" album review - iTunes

“His songs are more formulated to that older style. You know, that first wave of reggae magic," O'Neal said of Davis' songs, how they've help shape the current landscape of United One and how in the tradition of the early Studio 1 recordings, Davis tends to distort his vocals by adding reverb to his vocal range in the same vein as Hugh Mundell and Lee "Scratch" Perry. "Life is a gift to I," Davis sings on the song "Protection." "Love is on my mind cause Jah has given I women to love and respect her." The results is roots in its purest form, more recently referred to as "culture," and in the same spirit of Burning Spear, Jacob Miller, Joe Higgs and Augustus Pablo.”