Roundhere Movement Records in collaboration with Pedro EA presents “From The Block” performed by Daddylynx featuring Sgt Remo
“From The Block” by Daddy Lynx is an inspirational song for the youth and everyone facing the struggles of life featuring Mexican rising Reggae star Sgt Remo. To be released soon on digital outlets. Watch out for this smooth innovative and inspirational combination from these two artists.
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“Give Thanks for Life” – Sgt Remo Releases New Album
Jah Yutes Entertainment (JYE) releases Sgt Remo‘s album Give Thanks for Life recorded at JYE studios. This album includes 13 brand new tracks featuring guest appearances by General Smiley, Mikey Wild, Don Goliath, and Jah Melik. The first Official Video from the album titled I’m Free was released on July 26. A second Official Video of the song Survival of the Fittest is scheduled to premiere on November, 2014.
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Mexican Reggae artist Sgt Remo debuts video "Thunder & Lightning”
Mexican born Reggae artist Sgt Remo debuts his sophomore official music video ““Thunder & Lightning””. The video is his second release from the Life is for Living EP which has made some waves in the Reggae community following his debut video release “No Man Stranded” this summer.
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Reggae Artist Sgt Remo chats with CVWA
When thinking of the home countries of most reggae artists, naturally the Caribbean islands are foremost in mind, followed by England, America, and even France. Rarely do people think of reggae artists hailing from Mexico. Sgt. Remo,who currently makes his home here in Jacksonville but hails from Mexico, shows that good reggae crosses cultural and geographical borders.
Sgt. Remo is making waves in the reggae scene both locally and abroad with the recent release of the official video for "No Man Stranded", off of his EP, Life is for the Living, released towards the end of 2012. "No Man Stranded" is a conscious tune that reassures listeners that Jah will never leave "no man stranded". It was featured as a Video of the Day on this blog in June.
Recently, Sgt. Remo took time out of his busy scheduled writing and performing to answer a few questions about himself and his music.
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Desde MÉXICO/EEUU: Sgt. Remo - Life Is For Living EP
Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol. 1 Compilation Album
This album is the culmination of several years of work and features the members of the Reggae SoulJahs not only as artists but on the production side of the house as well. There are several featured riddims on this album. The first is the Chanting Riddim produced by General Smiley’s Ruff Company Records. It features Ken Serious’ hit song”Chanting” and Sgt. Remo’s “Third World Anthem”. The second featured riddim is the More Than Gold Riddim produced Mister Kali’s Dread I Arts and Ceremony Studios. Featured on this riddim are Mister Kali and AeZ Rock’s “More Than Gold”, General Smiley’s “Let It Go”, and Sgt. Remo’s “Jah SoulJah”. The third featured riddim is the Brighter Smile Riddim also produced by Dread I Arts and Ceremony Studios. On this riddim you will find Mister Kali’s top new tune “Samson & Delilah” and Sgt. Remo’s smash hit song “How Long”.
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Reggae SoulJahs Camouflage Tour brings music spanning decades, styles to Bourbon
The Reggae SoulJahs' Camouflage Tour makes its way to the Bourbon Theatre this Wednesday at 8 p.m., with special guests Vibenhai and RC Dub.
The Reggae SoulJahs are a creative collaboration among some of today's top reggae artists. The super-group is made up of five solo artists who have joined forces to create an incredibly unique sound and share their passion for reggae with music lovers everywhere. This assemblage of celebrated performers includes the legendary General Smiley, Ken Serious, Mister Kali, Sgt. Remo and DJ Yahru El Guru.
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Nights for Brotherhood
May 6, 2005
It's 10:45 p.m. and the show is just getting started. Don Martin grabs the mic and shouts, "All right everybody, Brotherhood Soundsystem Reggae Dancehall 101 starts now!"
A few yelps fly stageward as Martin and crew throw their hands up to the first track's roots reggae beat. The music gets loud. Four or five Burt's Tiki Lounge patrons dance and wiggle their way through the maze of chairs, tables and bystanders to get closer to the floor, where some dedicated reggae fans are already busting loose.
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