Ras Levy & Leona de Etiopia are two emerging Reggae artists who have made a name for themselves in the bustling streets Mexico City. An unsuspecting place to find a strong Reggae influence, Mexico City has a vivid music scene which has embraced Reggae music to a great extent. There are multiple sound systems, artists, and venues which, for the last 20 years, have helped cement the Reggae music foundation in this city of over 20 million. Emerging out of this amalgamation are a devout Rastafarian ...More »
Sgt Remo Premieres Official Video Babylon Is Burning!
Reggae artist Sgt Remo’s debuts his official music video titled Babylon is Burning. The video is his third video release from the album Give Thanks for Life. The album was released in late 2014 on the Jah Yute Entertainment (JYE) label. This is one of Sgt Remo’s most fiery songs and videos, burning down the social injustices taking place around the world. The video takes viewers on a thought provoking journey with viv...More »
“I’m Free” is the lead single from Sgt Remo’s forthcoming album, Give Thanks for Life (Autumn 2014, Jah Yutes Entertainment).
“I’m Free” is a song about mental liberation and shedding the preconceived notions that often divides us as people, with Remo voicing the sentiment “Every man born free from bondage, every man born free from violence. Everyone wants to live their life well, so teach them good and don’t bad mind them.” The song wa...
The second installment in the compilation album series, Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 2, debuts worldwide on Wednesday, January 11, 2014. The album features 17 tracks featuring music from Reggae artists representing every corner of the world. This truly is a worldwide experience with a list of artists representing Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Gambia, Guyana, Jamaica, Mexico, Norway, Suriname, United Kingdom, and the United States. This groundbreaking release introduces some new names who are ...More »
The long awaited Jahma Riddim album produced by Chilean production house Reggae Es Vida Productions is now available as a FREE download on Soundcloud. Sgt Remo contributes the song Mama Don't Cry on this riddim album. The album includes a solid lineup from the well established Reggae artistry in Chile and various other Caribbean, Central and South American countries. Production credits include Isar Lee (Bass), Charles Leyton (Keyboards), Balaguero (Guitar). Mixed and mastered by La Tranquera. Ar...More »
The Land of Enchantment has always had a special place in my heart ever since I had the opportunity to live there a few years ago. The state of New Mexico adopted the nickname because of it's scenic beauty and rich history. The place is filled with a rich culture blending multiple influences and ethnicities into it's own unique culture that is hard to find anywhere else in the country. The open land, the strong Native American influence, the unique twist to food, arts, music and culture all make...More »
September 4th will be the official release date for Sgt Remo's new project titled Don Goliath meets Sgt Remo. The release is an extended play single featuring Sgt Remo and Don Goliath's collaboration titled CALL ON JAH. The EP also features dub and melodica versions of the so...More »
There are quite a few things going on in the Sgt. Remo Music world right now! Where do we start?
Last week I was very glad to receive a great feature on Reggae RazSon DesertZion Sonora, an online radio station based out of Hermosillo, Sonora in Mexico. The radio station is online at www.zoom95.com and is a well established organization. Selector Misa who runs this segment reached out to me just two weeks prior. It’s really impressive how Reggae continues to grow in Mexico as dedicated sele...More »
How do you feel about all the drama in the news?
When I was a young boy or even a teenager I don’t remember feeling this way. Everyday I feel frustrated and disappointed by the drama developing throughout the world and even more so by the constant media attack on the minds of the average person. A few months back I heard a song by Nas called Sly Fox and it made me think about the whole situation deeply. I’m laughing but I feel as if I’m living a verse from the Geto Boys My Mind ...More »
I first met Carson Hoovestol, better known in the music circles as McPullish, during a tour in March of 2008 with Mister Kali and General Smiley. That night we performed in downtown Austin at Lovejoy’s with Heart & Soul Soundsystem and after the show McPullish invited us to the Dub Compound Studio to listen to some of his riddims and possibly...More »