*All photos courtesy of Wyre and Alaine
Check out Wyre’s brand new jam “NAKUPENDA PIA” (which means “I Love You Too” in Swahili). This sensual single features Jamaica’s sexy Alaine who has collaborated with countless artists including Shaggy, Christopher Martin and more. “NAKUPENDA PIA” fuses reggae and South African pop to create a wicked world sound! Wyre and Alaine’s duet demonstrates how reggae music unites artists of all countries regardless of culture or language.
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Produced by CR203 Records
Check out the Cardiac Keys Riddim (produced by Cr203 Records). This romantic one drop lover’s rock riddim features:
Jah Cure – Stronger Than Before
Christopher Martin – Reggae Road Block
Romain Virgo – My Word
Ce’Cile – Read No Book
Tifa – Fairy Tale
Alaine – What A Lot Of Love
Voicemail – How Is It To Love
Christopher Martin – I’m There
*Photo courtesy of CR203 Records
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Mario Evon is Berklee College of Music alumni
Stevie Face, Alaine, Cezar and Benjy Myaz are just some of the artists Mario Evon has sung backup vocals for during his singing career. Now, he’s emerged as a solo artist and has performed extensively in both the Caribbean and United States.
As a graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music, Mario Evon’s reggae-soul fusion is nothing short of amazing. His unique sound earned multiple performances at the Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival (2009, 2010 & 2013), opening for Marion Hall, Jon Secada, Hall & Oates and Gladys Knight. His hit singles, “You Used 2 Love Me” and “Love In Di Mawnin”, continue to serenade audiences everywhere. Recently, we got a chance to chat with Mario about his music, the Jazz and Blues Festival and more.
J Boog has gained popularity across the world
When you collaborate with famous artists like Tarrus Riley and Peetah Morgan (of Morgan Heritage), you know you’ve reached reggae super-stardom. If you haven’t heard of J Boog yet, then you’ve been missing out. He blends both Hawaiian and Jamaican reggae to create his own tropical style. Not only has Boog gained respect amongst the reggae elite, but he has also gained popularity all over North America, the Caribbean and Oceania.
J Boog was born in Long Beach, California, but grew up in the rough neighborhood of Compton, CA. His loving family kept him in line and off the streets by instilling a strong awareness of Samoan culture and tradition. He was soon to discover music at an early age and it would change his life forever.