No-Maddz Heaven On Earth album coming in 2018 - Heaven on Earth, the second album from reggae-dub act No-Maddz, is slated for release this year. It is co-produced by them and Major Laser's Walshy Fire.
The once four-member group now comprises founders Sheldon Shepherd and
Everaldo Creary. The latter said the nine-song project focuses on
No-Maddz Heaven On Earth album coming in 2018
“We are tackling issues that are easily ignored because everyone
tends to speak about popular issues, that easily get a faster reaction,”
Creary told the Jamaica Observer. “But Heaven on Earth
goes into the lack of using the mind properly, that's an issue we're
ignoring and 20 years from now it's going to have effects we can't undo.
Poetry explores the ailments of society and police oppression. We want
to comment on popular culture without losing our originality. It's been
more than three decades of terribly violent music that doesn't really
teach the youths anything,” he continued.
Creary also revealed that a short film will accompany the album.
Their debut album, Sly and Robbie Presents The No-Maddz (2015), featured tracks like Romance and Shotta. Other projects include The Trod and Sort Out Yuh Life (2011).
Creary reflected on No-Maddz's 20-year journey.
“At the time when we started, everyone wanted to be a deejay; dub
poetry was dying,” he said. “We always saw ourselves just as good as
Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Spragga Benz, even dub poets like Mikey
If you strip the music, Bob Marley was a lyrical dub poet, Miss
Lou was as well, and we consider ourselves to be of that school. Fans
view us as this best-kept secret and want everyone to know about us.
Even the new generation hear the sound but don't know we are the ones
No-Maddz are scheduled to perform at Sierra Nevada World Music Festival
in California on June 24. It will be their third performance at the
25-year-old roots festival which runs from June 22 to 24.
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