Get the complete Sgt. Remo discography in 1 downloadable file. Album/Single Listing: (2012) Dawtah (single), (2012) Life is for Living (EP), (2012) Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol 1 (Compilation), (2013) Revolutionary (from the Shepherd Riddim album), (2014) Give Thanks for Life (Album), (2016) Sgt. Remo & Friends (Album), (2017) Oh Jah (EP), (2018) Reggae SoulJahs Worldwide Vol 3 (Compilation Album), (2019) Here We Come Again (EP), (2019) Sgt. Remo meets Sampling Dub (EP), (2020) High Grade (single), (2020) How Long (single)
“Life is for living.” - Sgt. Remo
New single 11.6.2020
Sgt. Remo & The Vibratones - No Man Stranded
The San Antonio, TX based reggae band Sgt. Remo & The Vibratones releases their second single No Man Stranded on Nov. 6, 2020. This song was originally released as a dancehall song almost ten years ago in Sgt. Remo’s debut EP Life is for Living (2012). When asked why release a new version of the song, Sgt. Remo states “this new roots version of the song was created during a band rehearsal. We were just jamming in the studio one night and the band started playing this riddim. I started singing the lyrics to No Man Stranded and the rest is history.” Since teaming up in early 2019, Sgt. Remo & The Vibratones have been creating their brand of roots reggae music right in the heart of Texas. The music has taken a course of its own.
Sgt. Remo is a Mexican-American reggae artists known for his powerful music and energetic performances. Beginning in the early 2000’s Sgt. Remo started carving his place in the reggae scene with various releases under his belt. In 2014, Remo released the album Give Thanks for Life and achieved his first international underground hit Rastafari Way. The album was recognized by New York’s AIRM Top 30 Reggae Albums of 2014 and Denmark’s Reggae Moods Top 15 Roots & Culture Albums of the Year. Since then, he has released three other albums and appeared in multiple compilations. In April 2020, Sgt. Remo’s single Can’t Cool Mi was selected as one of the finalists for the Independent Music Award for Best Reggae Song.
Sgt. Remo & The Vibratones are made up of Remo (vocals), Geo on drums, Romel on bass, Kezee Roots on keys, and Vision on guitar. The group of talented musicians is currently working on their debut EP to be released in 2021. The amazing artwork for this single comes by way of the Brazilian visionary shaman artist Hyperaton. Recorded at Alamo KNG Studio (San Antonio, TX). Mixed by R.J. Johnson at Music4Life (Austin, TX). Mastered by Randall Squires at Still Mastering (Austin, TX).
Sgt. Remo Bio
Sgt. Remo, born Sergio Ortiz, is a native of Juarez, Mexico. He is a Mexican-American reggae singer known throughout the U.S. and Latin America for his powerful music and his energetic performances. He began performing in the early 2000’s. The unlikely reggae artist emerged on the international reggae scene in 2012 with the debut EP Life is for Living released on his label Jah Yutes Entertainment (JYE). Sgt. Remo has been a resident of San Antonio, Texas since 2014.
In 2014, Sgt Remo released the album Give Thanks for Life and achieved his first international underground hit Rastafari Way. The album was recognized by New York’s AIRM’s Top 30 Reggae Albums of 2014 and by Denmark’s Reggae Moods top 15 Roots & Culture Albums of the Year. Since then, he has released 3 other albums and has appeared in multiple compilations. His YouTube channel features 19 official videos and counting with over 700k views and 1.2k subscribers.
He tours regularly throughout the U.S. and Mexico and has become a well-known and respected artist in the global reggae community. His latest project Sgt. Remo & The Vibratones brings together some of San Antonio's best reggae musicians. Together they have been delivering powerful performances in Texas and working in the studio towards a new album and tour.
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