An encounter with Ed Robinson is an encounter with one of Reggae music’s most consistently great contributors.
Throughout the course of his over thirty year career Mr. Robinson has blessed the music industry with his talent both before the mic and behind the scenes.
Having started his career as the drummer in a school band, Ed Robinson gave hints of his versatility from the very beginning. Over the years he found himself becoming a key player in the diverse genres of Reggae, Rock, Soul, Hip Hop, and R & B.
His tremendous production talent has found him at work with industry greats like Bob Andy,Richie Stevens,Luciano, Maxi Priest, Buju Banton, Super Cat, Snoop Dogg, Aron Hall Kandyman and the incomparable Dennis Brown just to name a few. While constantly at work in the studio, Robinson still found time to perform in such great stage shows as Reggae Carifest, Irie Jamboree, Ragga Muffin Festival and Sunsplash. It was during a performance at Sunsplash concert that he caught the attention of MCA Records.
His first album Once Again was ultimately released by VP Records and contained the highly acclaimed track “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”. A second album, Sky is the Limit, was released on Jet Star Records featured powerful Roots tunes like “Bad Minded People”, “Skin I’m In”, and a fine version of “Burnin’ and Lootin’”. His third album a charm "Solitude" is that rare album that is made for listening. The steady grooves are perfectly complimented by his melodious voice.
The fourth is as charming as they get. This album sits squarely on the fence between Roots Reggae and Lovers Rock and represents another start-to-finish ear pleaser. The production on The Awakening is smooth and shows the experience of a tried and tested musician.
Talented reggae crooner, songwriter and producer Ed Robinson is back in the game with his brand new fifth album titled Written In Stone. The album boast the tribute single "Our Heroes," which quickly became an anthem on Caribbean radio programs in Florida, the tri-state area, Europe and the Caribbean.
The 15 track disc album also include songs like 'Baby I Love Ya,' 'You're Special,' 'Cry No More,' 'Talking Blues,' 'Cyberspace Girl' and a moving cover version of the Alton Ellis’s classic "If I Follow My Heart" that is sure to find a place in the hearts of reggae lovers globally.
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Coming up as a young drummer in Jamaica, Ed Robinson creates incredible Reggae versions of hit songs from all genres of music we all know and love. …