Singer Dee releases new EP album ‘Stepping’

The songwriter and producer of dub and reggae music known as Singer Dee has released his latest official EP album, “Stepping.” The EP album contains six original Singer Dee tracks for an approximate total listening time of 20 minutes. It has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry. Upbeat, affirming, and full of the original dub spirit, “Stepping” showcases Singer Dee as one of the most intriguing reggae artists of the year so far and promises that we can expect plenty more in the years to come.

St. Catherine, Jamaica’s Singer Dee cites as main artistic influences Bob Marley, Tenna Saw, Garnet Silk, and Half pint. Singer Dee’s own sound takes elements from each of these and adds something fresh and unique for a result unlike anything today’s music fans have heard before. With an emphasis on tone, groove, and island soul, “Stepping” by Singer Dee has a little something for every avid reggae listener.

Commenting on the overall meaning of “Stepping,” Singer Dee says, “My album shares a positive message, one that is relatable to audiences of all ages.”

Asked to describe his start in music, singer dee writes, “I started in voicing several dub plates for various international and local sound systems. I was determined to keep on a consistent path, and growth was always the main focus.”

Singer Dee began hanging around icons like Major Mackerel, Sister Nancy, Ninja Ford, and Flourgon. He has since said that these were among the number who most helped nurture his musical skills and talents. In 2007, Singer Dee’s career moved him to the Cayman Islands, a major step upward. He celebrated this success with a note of encouragement to fans worldwide, the popular single, ‘Never Give Up,’ which played on radio in the Cayman Isles, Jamaica, Germany, Australia, Belgium, and elsewhere.

With a voice of power and determination to never give up, and with a fist that’s always enclosed with focus, Singer Dee vows to continue doing clean, uplifting reggae music for his fans worldwide,” writes a representative.

Dee himself writes, “Blessed love, always. And no matter how hard life seems at times, ‘Never Ever Give Up.’”

Stepping” by Singer Dee is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, reggae fans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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Singer Anthony Mayler releases EP ‘Simply Loving U’ and single ‘True Love’

The singer and songwriter known as Anthony Mayler has released his latest EP album, “Simply Loving U,” and an official single, “True Love.” The EP contains five original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 20 minutes. Both have been proudly published on the Mind Music Production independent record label. Graced with smooth grooves and a cosmopolitan style built firmly on the roots music tradition, “Simply Loving U” and “True Love” prove Anthony Mayler to be one of the most intriguing names in roots for 2017.

Jamaica’s Anthony Mayler has cited as main artistic influences Wayne “Sleng Teng” Smith, Ed Robinson, Randy Crawford, Marcia Griffiths, Cynthia Schloss, Pam Hall, Denise Williams, Skeeter Davis, and Johnny Gill.

His own sound is a mix of old-school reggae with rhythm-n-blues mellowness crafted in the spirit of soul. Fans of reggae, rhythm-and-blues and traditional roots music will find much to appreciate in Mayler’s smooth, affirming vocals and minimalist instrumentation. Guitar and bass recall those of the Wailers, while the brass employed is reminiscent of Toots and the Maytals. It’s easy to tell from the cover art that these new Anthony Mayler releases have romantic themes, but their heartwarming sound will appeal to anyone.

Asked to comment on his artistic aims, Mayler writes, “Music is the great comforter for the Body, Mind, and Soul. Music can heal any ills of the human psyche.”

Regarding his new EP, “Simply Loving U,” and “True Love” single, he says, “Love conquers all obstacles. Love binds us together … Place joy and happiness on your bucket list and remember that God’s love and tender mercies will guide you through all your life’s experiences.”

Anthony Mayler’s current official bio says that he “wants his fans to be resilient, to be able to bounce back from obstacles or disappointments. They must be able to enjoy life no matter what they’ve been dealt.” It also notes that “Anthony sings because he is happy and he sings because he is free,” and ends with a blessing for his fans: “May the joy and happiness of his music console you and keep you well.”

Mayler has performed with a broad variety of popular artists, such as Gyptian, Ed Robinson, Courtney Melody, Michael Palmer, Tristan Palmer, Jah Mason, Chronicle, UU Maddo to name a few. His recent live shows include international appearances such as Tanya Mulling’s Walk of Fame in Canada, the Tony Cobb Show in the USA, and the Prospect Park Community Show in the USA.

Mayler’s music has been described as “especially created to foster love and relationships. It tells the story of how failures and disappointments can be instrumental in shaping the character and the personality of the individual. His music will accentuate the spirituality of individuals and bind them with the commonality of one cultural experience.”

The “Simply Loving U” EP and “True Love” single from Mind Music Production records are available online worldwide from over 700 quality digital music retailers beginning 28 January 2016.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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Ras Bogle releases new album ‘It’s My Birthplace’

The mastermind of reggae known as Ras Bogle has released his latest LP album, “It’s My Birthplace.” The LP is composed of 10 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of half an hour. It has been proudly published on the Mind Music Productions independent record label outside the influence of the corporate music industry. Upbeat, positive, affirming, and full of the genuine Rasta spirit of the sound, “It’s My Birthplace” is one of the most prominent achievements in any music genre for 2015.

Ras Bogle cites as main artistic influences Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Jacob Miller, Shabba Ranks, Buju Banton, Sizzla, Stevie Wonder, Otis Redding, and Aretha Franklin. His music cleaves closely to the reggae and roots rock traditions while adding also his own inimitable sonic character. Lyrically profound and written with the betterment of humankind as a top priority, “It’s My Birthplace” by Ras Bogle is a testament to the goodness inherent in all people and a musical celebration of life itself.

Mind Music Productions says of Bogle’s new record, “Ras Bogle music will lift you up and renew you with vigor and vitality. It enables you to find laughter and joy in life’s sojourn. His message to all music fans is to stay full-spirited and positive, just as how Jah love remains the same for each and every one.”

According to his current official bio, Ras Bogle (born Hemrick Troy Bogle in Kingston, Jamaica) fills his songs with sentiments of love and compassion. He has been called “a voice for the voiceless and a face for the faceless.” Bogle himself has said he sings because he has “a strong conviction for the sovereignty of human rights.”

“The divine spirituality of Ras Bogle’s songs will make you contemplative of your actions,” writes Mind Music Productions. “His message of ethical consideration for humanity will leave you motivated to do right by others.”

Besides his obvious talent for vocals, Bogle also plays trumpet. He has performed at a wide variety of dancehall and reggae shows throughout the island of Jamaica, including such popular events as the GT Taylor Christmas Reggae Extravaganza, Sting, Kingston Splash, and Spring Break.

“I want all my fans to believe in themselves and to have faith,” Ras Bogle writes. “[It is important] to love oneself and, above all, to live upright with justice and honor. Do your best at all times. One love, One heart, One spirit and remember that Jah Love Always remains the same.”

“It’s My Birthplace” by Ras Bogle is available online worldwide beginning December 12. Reggae and roots rock fans should get in early. Very early.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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