OUT NOW: Water by Ammoye released on Lulaworld Records!

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Water by Ammoye

Released September 17, 2021 on Lulaworld Records!

An album of Love, Life and Justice.

Water by Ammoye released September 17, 2021 on Lulaworld Records!

Water by Ammoye released September 17, 2021 on Lulaworld Records!
Ammoye is a 5-time Juno nominee. As a lightworker and soul rebel she brings messages of hope and empowerment to a reggae fusion.
 
Jamaican-born Canadaian Ammoye, released Water on September 17, 2021. The 13 track album of reggae fusion shows a love of spirit and life. She expresses an awareness for love, consciousness, relationships, and culture in her music. Her ability to blend old-skool, rocksteady, and dubstep with gospel, soul and R&B is masterful.

“I want to inspire women and girls to find that sense of love and light within themselves, not outside themselves”.

“I want to share the messages I have gotten, the healing I’ve received.”

The singer, born in Clarendon, Jamaica, now lives in Toronto, Canada. Ammoye says that she has been creating music since she was a child.
Ammoye found solace from the tribulations of her youth by singing in the church choir. She shared songs and poetry with her family. Growing up in Jamaica, she was surrounded by gospel music and roots reggae. These are the sounds which anchor her music today.
 
As a young woman in Toronto, Ammoye helped to build musical communities. She led a women’s gospel group, and helped organize for the support of like-minded artists.
 
Her message to women has been one of unity, self-love and positivity.
She says:
“I want to inspire women and girls to find that sense of love and light within themselves, not outside themselves”.
“I want to share the messages I have gotten, the healing I’ve received.”

Ammoye – Give It All

Her music is emphatically full of light and painted with bright colors. Her lyrics are full of positive vibes and ambition.
 
Ammoye, like all women, has been subject to sadness. As a result, something remarkable happened – she learned her worth. She say its only when women feel dejected do they rebuild, do they learn their true value.
 
Ammoye preaches to women everywhere that it’s okay to walk away from a one-sided relationship. Ammoye says she’s fighting an uphill battle. Striving for recognition and respect in a male dominated reggae music scene can be tough.
 
It seems like she’s making serious strides toward her soul path. A spiritual awakening prompted her return to Jamaica. It was there that she found musicians and producers to worthy to work with.
 
She worked with respected producers like Sly Dunbar and Donovan Germain. One of her favorite house bands was the Di Cru Band.

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