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Lo and behold, the disc earned the group's first Grammy nomination."You can party and still be conscious," says Peter.
Making her way through Kingston's studio scene in the thick of the mid 2000s dancehall era, Alaine used to lay her sweet vocals over whatever backing track was popping at the time -- whether Don Corleone’s gently lilting "Seasons" riddim or hardcore tracks like Daseca’s "Anger Management" riddim, alongside the likes of Mavado, Bounty Killer and Vybz Kartel.“We moved to JA and started working with Jamaican producers like Bobby Digital and King Jammy's,” recalls Mojo.“By revisiting the roots of Jamaican music, we discovered what made the music special over the years: that craft that the legendary producers put into it.” Their fourteenth album, , dropped earlier this year on their own Cool To Be Conscious label, thus affording them total creative control.As the artist explains, "I want to sing about what keeps me up at night, what I worry about, what I feel insecure about.
I need to feel myself speaking on it.”5) Barrington Levy, Accounting the power of his own raps, the late great MC Guru once observed that "It's mostly the voice." As with Guru so it goes with the legendary reggae singer Barrington Levy, whose vocal instrument can only be described as a phenomenon of nature."I'm done singing things that are synonymous with reggae," he says.