New Release: Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 4 by Jah Yute Entertainment

Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 4

by Jah Yute Entertainment

Celebrating 10 Years with a 12” Vinyl

Jah Yute Ent. (JYE) presents Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 4. The album commemorates ten years since the founding of JYE. The first release on the label was Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 1 in 2011.

Order Your Copy of the Very Limited 12” Vinyl

Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 4 – by Jah Yute Entertainment

Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 4 by Jah Yute Entertainment

Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 4 – by Jah Yute Entertainment

Order Your Copy of the Very Limited 12” Vinyl

The album contains six vocal tracks. It starts with Chezidek’s Higher, a refreshing tune that weaves his vocals with DJ verses.
 
The second track on the album is courtesy of Mr. Blacc Sheep. It’s a real ganja anthem called Roll the Weed. The most impressive aspect of this song is Blacc Sheep’s powerful vocals and lyrical style. He sounds like the reggae version of Busta Rhymes.
 
The iconic Ranking Joe comes in next with Bubble. The song provides an entertaining take on what steps we have to take to party in a time of COVID.
 
Soulfiya is next with Diamond in the Rough. The song takes you on a journey about perseverance and drive. It talks about overcoming the less-than-desirable circumstances many are born into.
Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 4 by Jah Yute Entertainment 
Sgt. Remo’s Bandolero is a Spanish version of the classic dancehall song by Pinchers. Mexico City’s Ras Levy delivers a great Pensar Diferente (Think Different). This one will have you rocking along to the hypnotic chorus even if you don’t understand the lyrics.
 
The last 2 tracks are Bubble Dub and Bandolero 21 Version by producer McPullish. The highlight here is the Bandolero 21 Version. This is not just a riddim version. McPullish takes us on a sonic journey on this one as it could easily be a score for a western movie.
 
This album is a Texas based creation. Executive producer Sgt. Remo and reggae/dub producer McPullish collaborate on the project. in 2018 about recreating . McPullish rebuilds the great King Jammy’s Bandolero riddim. He does this by playing every instrument live and recorded using reel-to-reel tape. You can recognize the vintage tape sound as you listen.
 
The album is presented in 12” vinyl. It has a beautiful full-color sleeve painted by the multi-talented Ras Levy. All production and mixing credits go to McPullish. Randall at Still Mastering in Austin, TX. did the mastering.

Sgt. Remo, born Sergio Ortiz, was born in Juarez, Mexico. He is a Mexican-American reggae singer known in the U.S. and Latin America for his music that is focused on messages about self-empowerment and the uplifting of marginalized people around the world.
He began performing reggae music in the early 2000’s and refined his talent with Brotherhood Sound System in New Mexico from 2005-2008.

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