EASY STAR NEWS
Out now on Easy Star Records / Ineffable Records The Green are back at it with a pair of new singles, "Feelings" ft. J Boog & Gyptian and "Recipe"! Both singles push the band's musical limits while still maintaining their signature sound and have accompanying music videos.
Out Now on Easy Star Records Marcus Gad, the fast-rising reggae artist hailing from New Caledonia, a French island in the South Pacific Ocean, embodies a spiritual movement of soul music and meditative roots that is uniquely his. For his latest single “Tempo,” he teams up with French producer Tamal to give us a slice of their dynamic, globally influenced reggae style from their upcoming album Brave New World, due out later this year on Easy Star Records. “Tempo” is out July [...]
In The Moment Out Now via 87 Music / Easy Star Records + Summer Tour Will Kick Off August 5 Rebelution –one of the most successful reggae bands of the 21st century – has released their highly anticipated seventh studio album, In The Moment, as a joint venture between the band’s 87 Music label and NYC-based Easy Star Records. PRESS HERE to listen and HERE to watch the official video for their latest single, “All Or Nothing” ft. Jamaican dancehall star Busy [...]
ROYAL OUT NOW ON EASY STAR RECORDS Today, Jesse Royal - one of Jamaica’s most charismatic young stars - releases his sophomore album Royal via Easy Star Records. The singer-songwriter has been a key player in the island’s current reggae movement along with his contemporaries Chronixx, Protoje, and Koffee, and returns this summer with his modern take on the genre. On Royal, Jesse’s messages are rich and conscious, possessing the fervor of reggae and Rastafari at its core while mixing in elements [...]
THE LATE ONES DROP CONSCIOUS FIRST SINGLE & VIDEO FROM THEIR UPCOMING DEBUT ALBUM, THE FOURTH QUARTER, ON EASY STAR RECORDS
“FAKE REGGAE” CHALLENGES THEIR CONTEMPORARIES TO USE THEIR PLATFORMS TO ADDRESS INJUSTICES & SOCIAL CHANGE Conscious reggae/hip-hop hybrid band The Late Ones are known for using their music as a tool to speak out against oppression and injustice by bringing a youthful and powerful presence to the reggae community, along with a unique spin by bringing in old school hip hop to the mix. Think of the Pharcyde, Souls of Mischief, and A Tribe Called Quest collaborating with The Mighty Diamonds or [...]