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The French label Humbleness Production, initiator of the Boom Shell Riddim series is back with a 4th single signed Lutan Fyah! Following singles from Leroy ‘Heptones’ Sibbles, Mykal Rose and Young Garvey, it is once again an international reggae artist who lands on this riddim composed by Leroy Sibbles himself. Lutan Fyah largely participated in the new roots wave in Jamaica at the end of the 90s, we owe him in particular some classics of the genre like:
Too Much Ramshackle, Spliff Tail, Boss Man,
Let me Be or Stick To You Culture.
Convinced of the quality of this definitely roots riddim, Lutan Fyah decided to pose lyrics inspired by the 80s, invoking the Rub A Dub Style (Jamaican musical genre – a variation of reggae – which appeared on the island in 1979). The artist responded to the call of French producer Jeh Lion to put his vocal imprint on this riddim developed by the best Jamaican musicians:
(Leroy ‘Heptones’ Sibbles on bass, Kingsley Boyd on drums,
Donavan Palmer on keyboard and the late Dalton Brownie on guitar).
This explosive single, carried by a conscious message, aims to resonate Reggae Music around the world, Lutan Fyah explaining that the Rub A dub style
is a sign of peace.
The artist recorded his voice in Jamaica at the Old Capital Studio.
The mixing & mastering work was carried out at Studio Anchor (JA) by engineer Ras Zion just like the previous singles stamped Boom Shell Riddim.
All Boom Shell Riddim releases can be found now on the
BIO: Singer and musician Lutan Fyah (Anthony Martin in civil status) was born on December 4, 1975 in the parish of St. Catherine in Jamaica. He spent his childhood in the Thompson Pen area and quickly developed a passion for music and singing, particularly for Reggae which quickly took him to the microphone of sound systems, especially that of his grandfather. An assiduous player for Constant Spring’s premier league team, soccer is his second passion. He finally decides to devote himself to music and then begins to tour the Kingston studios and releases his 1st single Fling Stone. He then gets an audition in the studios of Buju Banton (Gargamel Rec.) who offers him a second single:
Armageddon War which will be noticed throughout Europe and USA. In 2001
he met the singer Jah Masonwho offered him to perform his opening shows. Together they record the song Black King.
The 'G' rating applies to content that has nothing in theme, language, reference to sexual activity, violence, etc. which would be offensive to parents whose younger children listen. Some snippets of language may go beyond polite conversation but they are common everyday expressions. No stronger words are uttered. The reference to violence is at a minimum. Explicit references to sexual activity are not present; nor are there any references in favour of hard drug use.