Reggae Producer Yaadcore Ready For The Stage


Well known founder of the global party series Dubwise Jamaica, neoteric Reggae Producer and touring DJ for Protoje – Yaadcore; is ready to officially add performing artiste to his list of accolades with the successful reception received for his recently released debut solo track, “Ready Now,” delivered earlier this year through Delicious Vinyl Island and 12 Yaad Records.


The ‘Ready Now’ track pays homage to the laid back reggae rockers and dub flow that has in the last few years been the heart of the reggae revival movement. With the fresh release of visuals for the ‘Ready Now’ single, directed by Fernando Hevia, the track is expected to benefit from added energy.

No stranger to finding the right beats and message, Yaadcore is appreciative of the reception from the single and video but not surprised that fans would love the track, as he has been involved in creating, producing and popularizing hits in Reggae for some time.

In 2018, Yaadcore released his first original production, “No Fenke Fenke” featuring Kabaka Pyramid and Shanique Marie. His production “Fast Lane” featuring Jesse Royal can currently be heard in the Jamaican film Sprinter as well.

“It’s the vibration and energy that created this song so I feel blessed that the people are sharing and appreciating it. There is much more to come with the full EP 20/20, so expect the unexpected,” Yaadcore shared

Having cemented his place as one of Jamaican music’s most influential reggae selectors, YAADCORE is now looking forward to taking this to the next level on stage with upcoming performances in New York, Costa Rica and the Welcome to Jamrock Reggae Cruise. Yaadcore's Riddim Salut, his new traveling party series is also set to be staged in Jamaica in a matter of weeks



The “Ready Now” single, co-produced by Rian Williams, Ian McKee and Yaadcore himself, is now available on all digital service providers, the official visuals can be viewed on Yaadcore’s YouTube channel.

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