«This is Majestic, New roots sound We call the people, all the cities, all the towns This is majestic, One drop sound Selectas are playing, dem haffi turn up the sound »
Majestic is a ONE riddim made to open doors and to build bridges. With a conscious vibe, it features international artists from America to Europe and from Europe to Africa through Jamaica, Czech Republic, UK, West Indies, France, Nigeria, Hungary, Kenya, Senegal, Gambia, Germany, Slovakia, Congo and Spain.
Its Reggae melody and Hip Hop beat are promoting Unity, Respect and remind us that music has no barriers and no frontiers.
Produced By Djei Gogo For Flavour Production.
Instrumental Mix : Derek Fevrier
Vocals Mix : Djei Gogo Except Track 24,22,18.
Mastering : Tomas Sochurek(Studio Jizak)
Backing Vocals :
- Gabina Hrackova On Track:2,16,17,20,29
- Sabina Feldmanova On Track: 11, 21, 27, 28
- ￼King Kalabash On Track: 6, 4 ,10 ,23
1 : Supa John – Majestic
3 : Bandulu & Chriz Ondamic – Stay Far
4 : Deadly Hunta – As far as I can see
5 : Hi-Def & Nironic feat Dusan – I’m a winner
6 : PERFECT GIDDIMANI – Save a little bit
7 : Baron Black – Unite
8 : Rebellion the Recaller – Nothing but God
9 : Netna – Ou va ce monde?
10 : Sista Carmen – Mundo Perfecto
11 : S-Rise – Burn di Fire
12 : Danny Ranks – Burn Dem Down
13 : Hornsman Coyote – Majestic Anthem
14 : Maglight – Nou de taille
15 : King Kalabash – Precious
16 : I-Razor – The one for me
17 : Jami Dread – Guidance and protection
18 : Layonson – By my side
19 : Kato (Prago Union) & Sista Carmen – Nueva era
20 : Fireson Bantu – She want fire
21 : Bishop Gee – It’s all over
22 : A.M.O. – Viac ako 5 minút
23 : Medial Banana – Vážim si
24 : G-Ras (Riddim Colony) – Uprising
25 : Kaolack – Qui vivra verra
26 : Automix – C’est un combat
27 : Jahwawah – Jah love
28 : Superior – New start
29 : Messenjah and Collectiv – Za naše děti
Half Pint’s diminutive stature belies not only his vocal capabilities but also camouflages his huge on-stage presence, often described as no less than explosive and dynamic.
Born Lindon Roberts, but affectionately called Half Pint, he is a product of the West Kingston enclave of Rose Lane, a community in adjacent proximity to Trenchtown which has produced the likes of Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Peter Tosh, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Toots Hibbert and a host of other international Reggae superstars. Half Pint began singing in the school choir at All Saints’ Primary School.
Upon completion of his secondary education in 1976, he made a head-on thrust into Jamaica’s music industry.
Pint toured the island with various sound systems including Black Scorpio, Jammys, Gemini, Lee’s Unlimited and Killimanjaro, earning respect along the way as a talented vocalist and performer.
Lindon Roberts was sought by and subsequently worked with top producers such as Errol (John) Marshall; Errol (Myrie) Lewis; Prince (King) Jammy; the rhythm twins, Sly and Robbie; George Phang; Jack Scorpio, Bobby “Digital” Dixon and Mass Hugh to name a few. He also lent his vocal talent to local peers like Garnett Silk, Tony Rebel and The Tamlins among others.
Ucee’s musical journey started about 15 years ago going through different musical experiences and overcoming lots of twists and obstacles along the way.
Born to a Tunisian mother and an Egyptian father, Ussama Soleman grew up in Bavaria. Due to his bilingual education and the diverse influences from both cultures, Ucee functioned as a wire connecting both worlds. His musical enrichment started at an early age, being familiar with Arabic, African, Soul and Funk Music.
He started as a soul singer, in “Soulid Kollective” and “Mortal Kombat” Sound system. In 2004 Ucee joined forces with the band “King Banana” and became their lead singer.
In 2008, they changed their name to “ U-cee & The Royal Family” and Ucee made the move to Prague, where started touring with “ United Flavor”. Ucee’s live performance are a journey through different kinds of music, an entertainment that convinces people at every culture,age and gender. Watch Out!! INTERNATIONAL CALL!!
Deadly Hunta started off his career chatting on the Sound Systems African Roots and SkyJuice in the early Nineties, and in 1994 went to Jamaica where he got the opportunity to sing in Bobby Digital’s studio.
From that moment he realised his connection with music and that it could become a career for him.
Over the next couple of years Hunta kept himself busy doing plenty of shows supporting artists such as Glamour Kid, Silvier Taylor, Daddy Freddy and many more.
Supporting groups such as the Wu Tang Crew, Ice T, FYA girls and many more it is easy to see Deadly’s contribution to music over the next few years. He has also appeared at WOMAD for the past 3 years.
Hunta featured on a video called ‘Heat’ with Zane which is being played on B4U and Channel U.
He’s also released his new single Mamma Mia in November 2004 with both tracks receiving much airplay on Radio 1’s show hosted by Bobby Friction and Nihal. Mamma Mia has also been remixed by Photek (Drum and Bass) to be released with the original in October 2005. Hunta also has a track called ‘Put down the gun’ released on a Jamdown records E.P from JA to UK featuring Bounty Killer, Elephant man, Buju Banton, Capleton, Galaxy P, FYA, Sun Cycle and many more.
Recently Deadly Hunta has recorded a track with Mikey General and is now focusing on the completion of his debut album.
Hi-Def is an American singer/songwriter, specializing in hip hop, RnB, acoustic soul, and EDM. He first burst onto the scene in the Czech Republic in 2009 with the DJ Wich-produced hit singles, “It’s All Up to You” and “Take My Hand”, both of which topped the Radio Spin charts in Prague.
These were followed up by the single and video, “I’m Comin’ Home,” which also reached #1 on radio, but also received significant TV play on Czech MTV and Ocko TV. The DJ Wich & Hi-Def album “Human Writes” came next, and resulted in a tour that included Hip Hop Jam 2010.
Recently, Hi-Def has blasted off into the world of party hosting/emceeing, and can be found weekly in some of Prague’s top clubs, holdin’ it down alongside the hottest DJs in the city. As you can see, Prague may be the headquarters, but the destination is THE WORLD.
Born Greg Rose, he grew up in the cool hills of Bamboo in the parish of St. Ann.
His father owned several jukeboxes, giving him full exposure to the rhythms of Jamaica. He counts Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Gil Scott Heron, Sade and Toots Hibbert as some of his early favorites.
After leaving high school, Perfect went to Kingston to get a first-hand understanding of the music business, spending time at studios like Penthouse, King Jammys and Arrows while he fine-tuned his art. Returning to St. Ann, he started appearing at dances and stage shows every chance he could, causing his popularity to soar until his name was on everyone’s lips. Early 2008 saw the release of Perfect’s 2nd album, Born Dead With Life on Irievibrations Records.
A collection of singles made up Perfect’s 2009 album, Karma. With lots of popular tunes on familiar riddims, Karma was the beginning of a shift towards the alt/pop world.As a Rastafarian, Perfect’s lyrics are deep and straightforward yet unforgettably melodious, leaving you to listen over and over. Simply put, he keeps his lyrics real and unapologetically uses music as his medium for education and self-awareness.
Baron Black was raised in Martinique, lulled by reggae from his mom, and traditionnal drums from his dad. He witnesses the birth and growth of the first soundsystems in the island.
He starts in the 1980’s on the mic as a singjay, develops his improvisation skills and composes his first songs. He takes the name Baron Black, in reference to the great names of literatur as Aimé Césaire and Frantz Fanon and the « Négritude » concept.
In the early 1990’s he meets King Kalabash, and they start together, the great journey Big Family. As they sing in French, Creole and English, they share with their audience and friends their complicity and work.
Rebellion the recaller
Rebellion the Recaller is the name of the exceptional reggae singer from The Gambia, Africa, who is exciting producers and crowds around the world.
Rebellion’s powerful voice combines astonishingly versatile melodies with the rhythms of his profound lyrics into a unique style. T
he music of this deeply spiritual soul is inspired by a message of understanding, peace and dignity, which he finds in Islam.
The Recaller wants to reach out to others, touch their heart, and reflect with them. His fascinating music is a call for humbleness and reason amidst a world of globalized excess, bloodshed and confusion.
Sista Carmen studied piano at Conservatoire in her native country – Spain, where she also graduated in Journalism.
When she moved to Prague, she sang with the Hermakuti band for three years.
After the band split up, she co-operated with plenty of DJs and MCs (e.g. Henry D, DJ Mosquito).
Now this glamorous Lady represents a fascinating and dazzling fragrance of United Flavour.
S.RISE is a singjay who was born and raised in Guadeloupe.
He has grown up within the rhythms and rich Afro Caribbean musical traditions.
Sensitive to music and writing when he was very young, he has gradually developed his own style as well as his writing abilities.
Danny Ranks is definitely one of Austria’s most unique artists. Take a listen and you will see: This man is serious! In 2002, Danny Ranks first hit with the vocal group Raggamaffia which became one of the busiest Austrian Reggae-Crews. Raggamaffia.has.stayed.unique.untill.today.
In 2008 Jamaica was calling. In Kingston he worked on the first Ambassajah-Release – “Showcase Vol. 1”. Danny Ranks has played every bigger city in Austria and Germany, also rocking it in the East – such as Hungary, Slovaka, Czech Republic and Poland.
Again he is on the rise, working together with producers such as Weedy G, House of Riddim and Flavour Prods. Currently, Danny Ranks is concentrating on his EP that is about to get released early this winter – SO WATCH OUT!
As a solo artist he has 20 vinyl releases and 5 cd albums for various labels all around the globe.
He has been touring all over Europe including UK for several times, and reached places like Ethiopia, South Africa and Mexico.
He recorded or shared stages with artists like Lee Scratch Perry, Max Romeo, Jah Mason, Lutan Fyah, Soulfly, Bunnigton Judah, just to name a few.
At the moment Coyote is working on his new album. Stay tuned for more works. Blessed love! Keep the fire burning!
The calabash is a fruit and container that cannot be ignored neither in music nor in art and crafts. A perfect name for this Rasta man, who’s involved on both disciplines.
Born in Martinique but raised in Guadeloupe, he learns there music and traditions from the caribbean. In the late 1980’s, a friends gives him a mic and he founds himself into singing roots music. In the early 1990’s he meets Baron Black, and they start together, the great journey B
ig Family. As they sing in French, Creole and English, they share with their audience and friends their complicity and work. Kalabash’s music is an ode to love, music, hope, nature and Life.
The “cutting edge” I-razor is an uprising reggae/dancehall singjay from austria/europe.
His music ranges from reggae, dancehall even to hip-hop. With his vibrant and humble lyrics he aims to make people rise and fight against the opression of minorities, racism and fascism! While spreading the message of love and understanding all over!
As the founder and MC from the soundsystem “DRAGUNFYAH SOUND” and as the singjay from the austrian reggae band “MILLIONS OF DREADS”, he has already gathered a lot of stage experience. In addition, he is now starting his career as a solo artist, ready to hit the world with meaningful lyrics and melodies! Right now he is working on his debut album, which will be released very soon.
“Jami Dread” birth name, Stefan Prieler was born in Baden, Austria on December 22, 1989.
Ever since his early childhood, music has always been an important part of his life.
He grew up mainly listening to “black” music genres, like Hip Hop and R&B, along with electronic based music like House and Techno.
His grandfather was a big fan of Jamaican legends like Bob Marley and Peter Tosh; so his exposure to Reggae music came during the most influential part of his life, his early childhood.
This autodidact started to record and produce, with the first home studio he built with his small savings of the time.
Although he received no professional level training or education in sound engineering, his compositions started to receive recognition.
His first stage experiences were made with local sound systems from his school area.
From then on he performed at many small and big local events within the Lower Austrian and Vienna area.
He started to work with the “HighSquadzSound” leader Oneil who recognized his talent and passion for music. He set up the link with the artist “Indecka” out of Lucea, Jamaica and fellow artists.
Together they’re trying to nurture their own label “Lyrical War Records” to bring it to a high level of recognition.
Layonson is an upcoming artist from the French West Indies. In 2004 he decided to write his first lyrics to describe his “Sweet Martinique” in all its aspects.
A few month later with his best friends he create the “Big Monn crew” which performed on one of the most prestigious stages of Martinique. In 2008 this Caribbean music lover left his island to study linguistics on the Old Continent where he met the Sound Impact sound. In full awareness of the potential of “Layon”, the members of Sound Impact put him in touch with the Kaprisstudio where he met the greatest francophone reggae-dancehall artists.
Pioneers French West Indies deejays like Guy al Mc, Mc Janik, Straika and Tiwony invited him to mash up their riddims. Layonson write his lyrics in French creole, in French or in English. The young reggae singer is working on his debut album with Dj Kaprisson. In the meantime, here are some of his released songs: “Tristess” , “Chat pa la” “Show mi di whine” “Lifeline”
FireSon Bantu, born David Mukoyani (17/1/1986), the last born in a family of six is a Kenyan based Dancehall Reggae artist making waves in the Kenyan Reggae scene.
Born into a musical family in the capital city Nairobi, He developed an interest in music at a very young age and more so Reggae Dancehall music. His influences at the time included Buju Banton, Cutty Ranks, Dirtsman, and the Fugees among others and as a hobby he would sing along to their songs whenever they played. As the early years passed, he started listening to more conscious Reggae artists such as Jah Mason, junior kelly, Capleton and Sizzla, luciano and was drawn to the conscious and positive message and vibes these artists were putting out. By this time he had discovered that music was his destiny and his genre was Reggae.
In 2010 Fireson did an album called inification with another Kenyan Reggae Dancehall ambassador Levysill, and recently has been working with different international producers and perfoming in alot of festivals and club shows around europe,
Bishop Gee is a Nigerian artist, who started music at the young age of 6 with his father, in the church choir.
Growing up, he kept doing gospel and opened his music scape to different artist like Lucky Dube, Bob Marley, Fella Kuti, R.Kelly and other African artists.
As an upcoming Afrobeat and R’N’B artist, his music is a mix of 3 styles: Reggae, R’N’B and Afrobeat.
He wants to spread a message of Love, Peace, Unity, and Freedom and try to touch people’s hearts and soul in a « Bishop’s style ». He has already written many songs for other artist but wants to deliver the message himself now and share his love for music with people.
AMO is one of the few bands, if not the only one in Slovakia, producing rap and reggae sound. This year they celebrate 10 years of existence as AMO. They made many live performances, collaborations, TV and radio appearances. Guys also went to Jamaica in 2007 to shoot video in TellStudio feat. local singer Pad Anthony. The single ”EX” to upcoming album was used in All Points Bulletin game by Realtime Worlds company next to names like 50Cent or Rihanna.
AMO released they 3rd studio album POSITIVE. AMO is known for its quality Live Shows, with two nominees for Musiq Award Live by Musiq 1 TV. All members of the band try to improve and innovate their music.
They have already 4 studio albums out, the last one is still hot, named “Rok nula”, released on September 2013 with the song “Viac ako 5″ on Majestic Riddim and many many more.
Medial Banana is the live, six members band from Slovakia. Band is playing and producing their own music since 2009. This band is well known for their live performances full of energy and positive vibes. After the EP “Naturally Lifted”, they released their new album called “Uplifted” in the May this year.
They have got already lot of co-operations with different artist. For example General Levy, Jahmmi Youth, Tribuman and many more. This album opened the doors for the rest of the Europe for them and they performed in Prague, on Sziget festival in Hungary, or Overjam reggae festival in Slovenia.
G-Ras & Riddim colony
Riddim Colony, the no.1 authentic reggae band of Hungary plays real jamaican culture music from deep roots to the hottest dancehall in original jamaican style, from their foundation in 2005.
Every concert is a unique, unforgettable musical experience, the burning positive vibes are guaranted.The band often works together with different mc-z and singers and their repertoire is ever fresh.
The hardcore riddim section with a strong combo of 3 horns gives the base to Gregory G.Ras, who is the golden voice of the band supported by 2 wonderful vocalist ladies. G.Ras is a conscious warrior of righteousness, peace and justice, his lyrics and style together with the original and international riddims played by the band result top-class dj, singjay and singer-style dancehall, roots and lovers tunes.
Riddim Colony is regularly playing in its hometown Budapest, all around Hungary and in other European countries as well. The high musical level, the positive and powerful message, the energetic stage show has become their flavour.
Pape Ibrahima Ndiaye aka Kaolack was born in Kaolack city, in Senegal. He learned there on his background and traditions of his homecountry, mostly with his grand mother, who gave him his strenght and spirituality. In 1997, when his father passed away, he gets into the street life, experiencing hard work, and is touched by how the system opresses the people who are struggling.
After 11 years as a professional dancer, he starts to sing, as a featured artist on some of United Flavour’s songs. His experience of life makes him a versatile and genuine performer, able to surprise and catch positively the attention of his audience.
Automiks, born Benza Sehossolo Nauvid Beniol, was born in Brazzaville in a big family.
He gets into French rap music at 8 years old. He finds inspiration into the music of Asenik, Mc Solaar, NTM, Lunatic and creates his first band at the age of 10, Aigle Royal. At 14 years old, he starts a new band with some schoolmates, the Niggaz Street clan. In 2007, after a short stay in Russia, he comes to Prague, where he meets Kassime Hemmery aka Khermos in a refugee camp.
They perform as the Jimpyboy’z. 2013 is for him the time to start as a solo artist, on this Majestic Riddim.
Singer Jahwawah, originally from Kingston, Jamaica, is in touch with music and music environment from a childhood thanks to his family.
His first band for Kollege Krew with which he managed to get event to London’s Nottinghill Carnival.
After he moved to London, it was just a step to a number of invitations for cooperation with the musicians from United Kingdom or Germany and several tours and important shows in North America, Europe and Caribbean.
Several of his songs also got high rankings in music charts in Europe or appeared in MTV rotation. Except his singer’s career he is involved in music production and song writing for various, not only reggae, artists.
Superior is undoubtedly one of the greatest Slovak discoveries of recent times. An MC derived from Komárno, being compared to the reggae superstar Gentleman, immediately jumped to the top of the Czech-Slovak reggae scene, as evidenced by a number of concerts and events where he performed immediately after the release of his introductory album “Hidden Levels” and later of the “Jah Alone” EP which featured three new songs all produced in different parts of Europe.
The dominance of Superior is undoubtedly a great voice, conscious lyrics in patois, making sure to cover the hole in the local reggae scene. Currently working on a new album, which will be both of domestic and foreign production and to break through with it in Europe.