Natty King, Karamanti, Teacha Dee & Others Featured On The New ‘Mama Afrika Riddim’

In the midst of the pandemic the Philadelphia based Nyah Bless Music remain vigilant in the production of positive music.  Teaming with longtime business partner, Jam Roc Productions, the focus shifted to the Motherland resulting in another gem “Mama Afrika Riddim.” Produced by Hopeton Brown and Franz Richards, the album is scheduled for release on June 30th, 2020.

The album, with 16 tracks, is a great mixture of cultural reggae and solid lyrical content promoting positive awareness. The album features artists from several African countries. Black Dillinger from the rough ghettos of Cape Town, South Africa sings “Afrikan People,”Prince Osito from Nigeria follows with “Afrikan Child” and Rebellion the Recaller, the internationally known artiste from Gambia, continues to break down barrier of Race and Religion with the track “Woman.” Other Afrikan artists includes Obibini Blackdin – Ghana, Blessed San – Uganda, Charli Fletcher – South Africa and Marga Mbande of Equatorial Guinean descent.

Jamaica, the birthplace of reggae music, is well represented on the album. Leading the charge is Karamanti with a powerful and riveting track “Stand” pushing back against principalities, powers, and spiritual wickedness in high places. Natty King, the Man from the East is all about “Powers” and the original teacher Teacha Dee has places to go and things to do with his rendition of “Train Delay.” Others include JR BlessingtonGreg RoyMilton BlakeIam MalakhiAvalanche and City Lock.

Mama Afrika Riddim was produced at BMR Recording Studios in Philadelphia. The album will be available on all digital platforms such as Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Deezer and Google Play.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO ‘MAMA AFRIKA RIDDIM’

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