Raging Fyah / Jamaica

It is time to present a relatively new roots reggae group composed of talented musicians from six different parishes in  Jamaica. “Raging Fyah (MySpace) is one of the most talented and dynamic groups ever to hit the Jamaican music scene. Divinely united in 2006, six stunning musicians- Anthony Watson, Courtland White, Demar Gayle, Delroy Hamilton, Kumar Bent and Mahlon Moving – set out to rekindle a flame of positivity in the music industry. Though their versatility enables them to play all genres of music, most of their songs – influenced by passion, purpose and life experiences- assume a roots rock reggae flavour. They write their own songs and ensure that every word touches the soul of the listener, uplifting and motivating people from all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds”. … The Band is committed to changing the world, note by note, melody by melody- spreading light in areas of darkness, … Continue reading here

Apart from making their own music they also have started the Ranging Fyah Production making riddims for other musicians to sing on (see the bottom clip of this post)

Show your support and Like them on facebook Raging Fyah or buy their Judgment Day album on itunes

They recently released Judgement Day, and here is the 11-track album title track:

Irie Vibe

Music Isn’t Biased


One day when you think its over, all the wrongs you’ve done you will pay

One day you will meet your karma and be caught in shame and disgrace

Cyaan Cool ft. Pentateauch (acoustic)

Tell me who’s gonna pay for all the bombs you make

tell me who’s gonna pay for all the lives you take?

Running Away

If you run from yourself you will lose

And some interview clips and live performances:

Perfect love!


About Rasta teacher

The two most important things in life are love and music. I would almost say that they are the same; love is life and life is music. Perfect love!
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2 Responses to Raging Fyah / Jamaica

  1. xandimusic says:

    Very relaxing songs Ras, like them!!

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