Rondell Positive Creates Waves at Irie FM
by The Write House
Rondell Positive fast rising Reggae Worship Star
December 7, 2012 , Kingston Jamaica, Reggae Worshiper Rondell Positive has “lit up the world”. These were the word’s of “Fiya Mumma” Elise Kelly during a recent interview on her afternoon programme “Heart, Mind & Soul 2 Soul”.
In a personal heart-to-heart session on Thursday December 6, for over an hour, Rondell spoke of his relationship with Christ, the experiences he has faced in his life and the inspiration behind his debut album “Sticks Nor Stones: Reggae Worship”.
In an unprecedented occurrence at the station, the interview generated so much interest among listeners that phone lines were kept busy the whole time the two spoke. One staff member who managed the calls entered the studio and explained the situation to Kelly saying: “Elise, I never si dis before, from the interview start until now di phone line block (jammed); people want to know where they can get his music and where they can find him online.”
Kelly herself, in commenting on the album said “This is pure praise and worship - the minute I felt this CD I felt the power; Some Christian music kinda separates people, but this album includes everyone - Wow, just wow!”. With a continuous flow of email during the session, Kelly’s inbox had listeners from as far as the United Kingdom expressing awe at both the music and deep energy of Rondell.
Chad Young, IRIE’s Managing Director, who confessed to listening for the entire hour, commended Rondell on his interview congratulating him on the music, noting the promising future of his music on Jamaica’s # 1 and by extension # 2 radio station.
Rondell, unashamed of the Gospel on the world’s reggae capital displayed love and utmost respect. He continues to break through barriers in both the gospel and reggae market as top disc jocks from both the gospel and reggae worlds have requested his music globally. He brings gospel reggae style with the message of knowing God for himself - the only way he knows how.
Rondell can next be seen at Jermaine Edwards & Friends at the Karram Speid Auditorium on December 22 - an anticipated event for followers of Christian music.