Riddim to Dem Ent. releases new reggae single ‘Where Is the Love’ by Craiggis

The singer, songwriter and music producer known as Craiggis has released his latest reggae single, “Where Is the Love.” The track has been proudly released on the Riddim to Dem Entertainment record label. Riddim to Dem Ent. is based in South Florida, USA and has a Jamaican background and history. The label is a popular music publisher bringing authentic reggae and dancehall songs to listeners around the world. “Where Is the Love” is the most significant single from Craiggis to be released on the Riddim to Dem Entertainment label and is sure to turn heads in the reggae, roots, and dancehall undergrounds everywhere.


Craiggis has cited as main artistic influences such popular reggae musicians as Sizzla Kalonji, Bounty Killer, and I Wayne. His own sound is grounded in the modern reggae tone while retaining also the best attributes of the genre’s founding groups.


Asked to expand on the themes of “Where Is the Love,” Craiggis writes simply that the song is intended to engender feelings of “Respect, Togetherness and Love” in his listeners and throughout the globe in general.


Craiggis was born in 1985 in Spanish Town, located in southeast Jamaica’s St. Catherine Parish. The artist was raised by his grandmother and loved music from a very early age. He has been writing music and lyrics since 1998, when he was in the eighth grade. After leaving school he joined fellow artists Genious and Wow in a group called Killa Camp, with whom he recorded “Gi Mi Your Number” on the Hype Klan music label. Since then he recorded for the J & G Records and Spitfiyah music labels before coming under the Riddim to Dem Ent. wing.


The official Craiggis YouTube channel showcases nearly 40 videos and has thousands of following viewers and fans.


“Where Is the Love” by Craiggis is available online worldwide.


-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer



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