King Ilabash "Come Over" CD Release Party August 25th, 2012 celebrating Freshman CD release

by Melissa Robinson

King Ilabash

King Ilabash

The Bashment Kitchen Music Group is pleased to announce a CD release party by Boston-based Reggae Artist, KingILabash, celebrating the release of his much anticipated freshman effort entitled, "COME OVER".

This one of a kind experience will allow old and new fans alike to hear the "Come Over" album in its entirety followed by a jam session featuring many of the players from the project as well as special guests, University of Soca Band. This promises to be one of the year's most exciting shows.

This event will take place on Saturday, August 25th at 8p.m. at Whiplash, 63 Wyman Street, Stoughton MA. Call the King Ilabash Productions team at 617.869.1392 for more information.

COME OVER consists of ten original songs and is being distributed by VP Records. All selections were written, produced and arranged by KingILabash. COME OVER was recorded at Think Studios, Boston. The album was mixed by Tom Harold at Think Studios Boston, MA.

COME OVER is available on-line on: iTunes,, Spotify, MediaNet, eMusic, Rhapsody, Nokia, iHeartRadio, VerveLife, Google Play, Simfy, Muve Music, Deezer, VP Records ( and from the official KingILabash website ( The CD can also be purchased at live shows.

To schedule interviews, for store distribution or to request a copy of the new album for radio play and industry review, please contact the Bashment Kitchen Music Group team at 617.869.1392 or < >



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Boston-based Reggae artist King Ilabash serves up a genre defying yet cohesive blend of Reggae, Hip Hop, and Jazz that showcases his undeniable vocals and exceptional songwriting.

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