Born in Kingston, Jamaica on April 20th reggae artist, Lavaah Goodaz grew up passionately watching and imitating entertainers such as Halle Berry, Beres Hammond, Lady Saw, and Tanya Stephens so it was no surprise that she naturally grew to be a diverse and talented entertainer in her own right. Lavaah was determined at a tender age that her success would pave the way for her family and at six-teen she began her modeling career. While she gained valuable experience ultimately her curvaceous five foot two voluptuous frame proved quite a challenge in the modeling industry.
Never discouraged Lavaah decided to turn to her love of song writing and performing. “One day I decided I’m going to write a song and after a few weeks I had almost a dozen songs written and it was then that I knew I would pursue my career as a reggae artist.” She created the name Lavaah Goodaz, which stands for “Hot Goodness” because she is HOT and GOOD!!!
She is currently promoting her first reggae mixtape CD titled: As GOODAZ It Gets Pt.1, a versatile combination of original and “cover” material released October 2011 having already sold close to One Thousand Units independently; Lavaah is anxious and excited preparing for her first upcoming tour starting on May 4th, 2012 on the It Buck Tour.
In addition, on May 4th, 2013 Lavaah also had the privilege of opening up a show for reggae artist I-Octane at the West Indians club in Hartford, CT. You can download her hit single “I’m In Love” on iTunes, and also watch her video which was shot the beginning of February 2013 and released on Valentine’s Day. In addition, be sure to look out for her two new music videos “Bare Foot” and “Make It Hard” which will be released in June 2013, as well as future collaborations with various artists.
Avaya Commercial – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_x17Q6G8kZg
Strip Pad Movie Trailer– https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=RgktLHJUapM
Jamaican Mafia Movie– https://www.youtube.com/embed/y0r7yRhmNbU
G.A.M.E Movie- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcqDtpW-eb8
I’m In Love (Official Video) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FaEslVI-BgI
Make It Hard (Official Video) – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10D7VaFXzOw
Bare Foot (Promo Music Video) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t45bG5pagnA
Growing Up (Official Video) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccBpK_JrUn4
I Want It (Promo Music Video) – http://youtu.be/YzISuZ5KJ0E
Channel A TV (Interview) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdGEFdNN1Gs
Busy Radio (Radio Interview) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L888V2uhguY
Just Like Dat (Official Video) – https://youtu.be/gHi4Ph-4RXw
Way Up Radio (Interview) – https://youtu.be/Wvd4JKVMtZ0
NJ Web Radio (Interview) – https://youtu.be/aMfTvPNvFD0
My EPK – https://youtu.be/ClsoL_aBb4g
Miss You Like Crazy (Official Video) – https://youtu.be/8RFpW0eeqho
Lovin You – Di Kiddo ft. Lavaah Goodaz (Official Video) – https://youtu.be/Eh9hzsuLK_8
Life Of The Party – Gigi Harmony ft. Lavaah Goodaz (Official Video) – https://youtu.be/cdyKU0SF-2A
Chicago Jerk Festival – June 23rd, 2019
Spring Break- Jamaica (Long Bay Beach, Negril) – March 14th, 2015
Lavaah Goodaz Music– https://soundcloud.com/lavaah-goodaz-1
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Island Reggae meets Folk & Ska in the passionate music of Lucy Morningstar. Her energy and spirit have connected her with musicians and fans alike who cherish her non-conformity and authentic sound. Getting out of New York and seeing what California life was all about inspired East coast native to travel the country over a decade ago when she began performing regularly while living out of a van. Soothing and awakening all at once people describe Lucy Morningstar and her soulful reggae music as fun, catchy & bound to spark joy in your heart making you wanna dance. Melodic, improvisational and uplifting, the songs tell stories about the trials and tribulations that we encounter on our way. Lucy’s multi-instrumental productions and recognizable sound have become a sought after resource & the foundation of her career as an artist. Performing live and bringing people together are what it’s all about and Lucy Morningstar Band features musicians who care deeply about the message in the music. That feeling is what speaks through the instrumentation and vocals making every concert a unique, memorable experience.
Lucy Morningstar Band features melodic, soulful, uplifting songs and a tropical feel. Indie-Rock, Reggae with undertones of Folk, Blues + World Music. http://LucyMorningstar.com/
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Producer Emanuel “German” Schirmer is excited about his foray into Reggae music with the release of the Timeless Vibes rhythm. By: Claude Mills The project, which will be distributed by VPAL, will be released on January 14 via all digital online distribution outlets. The artistes on the project include Freddie McGregor, Christopher Martin, Busy Signal, Chin McGregor, Anthony B, Bugle, Bramma, Singing Sweet, Kenny Smyth, Fyah George and Ashari.
“We’re also doing a music video for Chris Martin’s song tomorrow, which will be released next week,” said German, Schirmer is best known for the Genna Bounce rhythm — arguably his most successful dancehall juggling project so far — and working with a number of dancehall artistes. He relished the experience and challenge of doing a one-drop project.
“The experience was different from doing a dancehall rhythm because I worked with live musicians Dalton Browne and Robbie Lynn, and Freddie McGregor also had an input in terms of the arrangement of the rhythm. I definitely enjoyed working with those legendary musicians,” he said. “We did the live overdubs after I came up with the initial version of the rhythm, but it ended up sounding very different after the musicians added their parts,” he continued.
His favourite producers are a virtual who’s who in the world of reggae music. His favourite reggae producers are Sly & Robbie, Steely & Clevie, Bobby Digital, Don Corleon, he said.
German has built up an impressive CV with Emudio Records in only a few years. He has worked with a number of dancehall acts including Aidonia, Mavado, Jahmiel, Shenseea, Jada Kingdom, Alkaline, Dexta Daps and Busy Signal.
He teamed up with Govana for a slew of hits such as as Gyal Clown, Convo, Better Than That featuring Jada Kingdom, Gyal Thief and Shrimp Patty. Other noteworthy dancehall singles are Jada Kingdom’s Budum, Jahmiel’s I Need You and Govana’s Still.
His last dancehall juggling project was the Signature rhythm, released in August last year.
Aaron The Rod, otherwise known as Aaron Silk is a singer, songwriter and a
soulful artist with words of inspiration, motivation and love for life and all that
it has to offer. Ambitious and hardworking his aptitude or greatness is
His voice is mesmerizing. Surrounded by music from early it was only natural that his
audiences were riveted when he began singing professionally at a very young age. From
as young as age 12, he was performing in Clarendon, Manchester, St. Elizabeth on the
Jamaica Cultural Development Commission road shows.
His first single “Show I the Way” was written by Aaron and his brother the late legend
Garnet Silk. It was recorded and released in 1995. Since then Aaron has worked with
several established Jamaican Reggae producers such as Penthouse Recordings, Cell
Block Recording, Black Scorpio Recordings, Mixing Lab, Sly & Robbie, Moses Production,
Fateyes Records, just to name a few. He is best known for his song, Right Path, from
the Lalabella riddim, produced by Flames Production.
Aaron’s first album was released in 2000, and was produced by Mikey Chung for Culture
Shock Records Co. Ltd. Bless I Oh Jah is a 13-track album and is ‘livicated’ to his
brother Garnet Silk and distributed by VP Records. It propelled him to touring all 52
states of the USA, and the Caribbean, with the likes of Reggae greats such as Freddie
McGregor, Daddy U Roy, Glen Washington, among others. It received much musical
acclaim when it debuted and continues to perform well.
Aaron’s electrifying and commanding performances have seen him performing both
locally and internationally. He has performed on shows such as the Internationally
Acclaimed Reggae Festival Reggae Sumfest, the greatest One Night Reggae show Sting,
Rebel Salute, Montréal Reggae Festival, Bob Marley Festival in Canada and LA, Irie
Jamboree, Conscious Romaspalsh in Italy and renowned German Reggae Festival, Reggae
Despite a demanding schedule for his album production, Aaron has also taken the time
to give back to Jamaica by joining with other Jamaican artistes to raise awareness on
climate change and its impacts for small islands under a project called
“Voices for Climate Change Education.” This sees him going on tour in communities
and schools across Jamaica to share climate and environment messages. In 2015,
Aaron represented the Caribbean along with Adrian Martinez, from Belize, at the United
Nations Framework Convention meeting held in Paris, France for the Caribbean’s 1.5 to
stay alive climate justice campaign, funded by the Caribbean Community Climate Change
Centre and implemented by Panos Caribbean.
Other European performances include a 3-day lunch hour concert series at the United Nations Framework
Convention meeting in Paris, France for the Caribbean’s 1.5 to stay alive climate justice campaign.
In 2019, Aaron consulted as Artistic Director on the Voices for Climate Change Education
awareness campaign implemented by Panos Caribbean and funded by the Planning
Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ), which focused on raising adaptation and community
awareness in key sectors impacted by climate change in Jamaica. Over the 9-months,
4 school concerts and 4 community concerts were produced, along with several
workshops which engaged, community Artists as well as International Reggae Artists,
such as Anthony Cruz and Duane Stephenson.
Aaron has now released his new album, self-titled “Aaron”. The album has thirteen
tracks and features collaborations with Luciano, Flourgon and Charlie Chaplin.
The album features songs such as “Positive Vybz, Family’s Table, Gangsta Role and
Both Albums from this creative and soulful artiste are definitely a collector’s item with
words of inspiration, social commentary and love for everyone.
“Music is the rod and we are Moses,
Music is the voice of his brother Aaron”
Prophecies of Garnet Silk
New Honey B Single Belongs On Your Summer Playlist
I Only Belong To You is the sweet new summer love anthem by Honey B. New fans and loyal followers of her uplifting social media posts and energetic performances will be treated to a vibrant new video by Eye Ree Films on July 16, 2021 when the single is released on digital platforms worldwide by Tuff Gong International. Its straightforward lyrics and catchy melody with roots reggae and pop leanings give it all the ingredients of a timeless classic. Honey B, who is currently based in the U.S. is known for her meaningful lyrics and ardent respect for Jamaican culture and foundation artists. She spent over a decade living in the Caribbean while her mom was a school teacher there.
You can learn more about her at http://www.therealhoneyb.com Deeply personal yet entirely universal, I Only Belong To You has a fresh global appeal as it glorifies fearless love and devotion, offering a distinct alternative to casual hookup culture. Venezuelan producer and multi-instrumentalist Dario Adames brings a clean elegance to the production from his Miami studio, Bigup Records Club (www.biguprecords.club/) while Honey B puts feelings into words for everyone whose heart is true. Keep your antennae up for this naturally sweet tune buzzing through the airwaves and collect it for yourself July 16.
Honey B is a reggae artist based in the U.S. with an uplifting perspective and Caribbean style. She spent over a decade in the West Indies where country life and island culture made a deep impression on her ideals and musicality. Her lyrical rhyme schemes and natural delivery uplift audiences of all kinds. Her Jamaican fans dubbed her ‘the Raggamuffin’ as she singjays in a Foundation style that gives credit, respect and gratitude to the original pioneers of Roots and Culture. Lyrics with substance and truth conveyed in a spirit of fun, along with a vision of uplifting and unifying people through music have become Honey B’s distinctive hallmarks.
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The world desperately needs strong women and female role models to move toward a better future – TriXstar is one of them. In times of crisis with growing nationalist tendencies, TriXstar represents a multicultural world and combines its Persian roots with German education and Jamaican culture.
Her new EP “Dear 2020” is her reflection on the past year. The global situation acts as a burning glass on the emotional world and the problems of people around the globe, and so on TriXstar. On “Dear 2020” she tries to put her own experiences into words. It does not deal directly with the obvious issue, even if much of it results from it.
2020 was a year with many highs and lows. It started with the release of TriXstar’s first CD “#TrixStylez” and 10 concerts on the accompanying promo tour in Jamaica, whereby the European tour was completely cancelled immediately after the return. Nevertheless, TriXstar knew how to use the time and maintained the connection with its fans through a remix competition, single releases and music videos with material from Jamaica. Nevertheless, the situation, with her limited options, has also triggered a process of self-reflection on priorities in life, which she processes at the EP.
The opener “Love” is a love song to universal love, for a good friend, sister or one’s own partner. The person who makes you smile and makes you get up in the morning; important to you. “You”, the second song on the EP, is based on a true story that TriXstar experienced in Kingston in early 2020. After a car accident, she was confronted with the harsh reality of inequality and a lack of knowledge about first aid in Jamaica. In general, self-care and caring for other two issues are two issues that run through the EP. “Own Way” and “Smile” are two songs that reflect on their own path. ‘It’s hard to find your own way, but all the steps along the way, including the so-called mistakes, are important and have made you the person you are today. So don’t let anyone tell you what to do or how you should be, you’re wonderful as you are.” And even “Satisfy Me,” a song about separating from a toxic partner, is about self-care – about recognizing what’s good and what’s bad for you. “Wonders” is the final song of the EP. He takes the listener on a journey through the wonders of nature and life and indirectly asks him not to take everything for God’s giving and to recognize and enjoy the wonderful things in life.
“Dear 2020” is a big step for TriXstar and marks the beginning of a new era in her musical work. Both musically and lyrally, she has grown up very grown up, with reflective and authentic songs, in a versatile musical guise. The music is strongly anchored in Jamaican culture, but adds something to it with the bridges, synths and textures. The EP was created in collaboration with Jon Moon and Yutman Records, and most of the instrumentals were recorded by musicians from the Evolution Band (the band of Gentleman). “Dear 2020” is definitely a release that should not be missed and will leave its mark on the international reggae scene.
“Dear 2020” will be released digitally on May 28, 2021 through Boomrush Productions https://youtu.be/6XB0nxwMkSI