Reggae artiste Ibo Fyah Continues to Spread Positive Music

Recording artiste Ibo Fyah is a force to be reckoned with and has been working hard over the past few months to spread his music and his message of love, unity and community to his fans.

He recently performed at the Denbigh Agriculture and Nutramix Championship in Clarendon, a place he holds dear to his heart – his home parish. His passionate and inspiring set was laced with his hit songs such as Tears Of Joy, Feel The Vibe, Holding On, Guiltiness and Plant The Herbs which are a few of the tracks featured on his latest mixtape. He also performed in his hometown of Crofts Hill Clerandon, a well-received set where he delivered a great performance from his catalogue of music.

His Journey Never Stop mixtape, which was released last year is still doing superbly well; it features production inputs from 12 to 12 Productions, Krush Proof Music and Foxx Link Records. The 15 track effort features a compilation of tracks such as Hungry Days, Live It Up, Africa Calling and the lead single, Poverty.

He is urging his fans to be on the lookout for some serious new music, both Reggae and Dancehall, from him. The messages he intends to convey will be related to, in his words, “the system that plagues the country – killings, cost of living, etc.”

“I’m just doing music for the world, my people can expect a crazy production coming out soon,” he said. At the moment, his management team is in communication with companies in Europe, Canada and the Caribbean for potential shows in the near future so his domestic and international fans will have something to look forward to soon. He has also done work with American Reggae singer, Brandon The Messenger along with some few other projects set to released later on this year.

The Journey Never Stop mixtape along with his Gateway EP can be found online and is available for download. It can also be streamed on YouTube and Sound Cloud.

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