Prophecy Break Loose album one of the best for 2011

Prophecy Break Loose album one of the best for 2011 - Dancehall reggae artiste Prophecy album one of the best reggae album for the year 2011.

Although he first got real national attention through the IRIE FM Big Break Competition, which he won in 2005, seven years prior to that he entered the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) Popular Song Contest with Higher Ground, placing in the top 10.

Even then, Prophecy banked his fortunes on roots reggae, at a stage where listeners were not accustomed to rockers in the festival. Still, he says, "The exposure was great.

We had to carry it across the island." Now, 13 years after that festival foray, Prophecy has release his debut album "Break Loose".

Prophecy Break Loose album one of the best for 2011

This fourteen track album is definitely a collectors must have. Some has describe this St Thomas born singer as the next big name is reggae music.

Some of the heavyweight in the music business said that he sound very much like Peter Tosh, Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer.

It feature songs such as Shanty Town, No Body Bags, Too Little Love, Gully Gaza, Life With You and Help Somebody to Live.

Here is the video of "No Body Bag" below..

Sly & Robbie, Barry O'Hare, House of Hits, New Birth Ltd and Cell Block have a hand in the production of Break Loose.

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