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Famara is back with the 9th album name KARIBU meaning WELCOME. Famara founder and Leader Thomas Nikles is one of the pioneers and most active Swiss Reggae Artist.
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Junior Kelly
 

Tall, dreadlocked Junior Kelly is a devout Rastafarian on a serious musical mission which is manifested through the quality of his contemplative lyrics, the diversity of his substantial subject matter and his inspirational delivery. Born on 23rd. of September 1969 in Kingston 13, Junior was raised in nearby Spanish town. Throughout his childhood, he was surrounded by music, as his grandfather and father both played the banjo, his mother sang in the Church and his oldest brother Jim was a popular Deejay with the Killamanjaro Sound.

Growing up, Junior recalls there was always a sense of comfort and security within the family; Despite their poor economic status they were rich in other ways. “If it's soup today, we're happy, if it's crackers tomorrow, we're still happy” relates Junior, “ ... because we knew we had each other to lean on.”

The family was plummeted into depression with the murder of Junior's oldest brother Jim. A part time caterer, Jim was the family's principal breadwinner and a role model for Junior ; Jim regularly practiced his lyrical toasts in the family living room, greatly influencing the career path of his youngest brother.

After Jim's death, to help support his family Junior followed Sound systems all over the island just for the opportunity to demonstrate his vocal and lyrical talents. He also began auditioning for several of the Producers comprising Kingston 's crowded music circuit, attempting to record songs. Adhering to his principled Rastafarian lifestyle, he refused to compromise his lyrical content by writing lewd lyrics or songs disrespecting women.

Junior's career pace accelerated in late 1995 with appearances at major Jamaican stage shows including Reggae Sunsplash and Sting as well as shows in several northeastern American cities. While in America , he also recorded two songs, “Hungry Days” and “Good Tidings” for Willie Carson's Front Page label. He returned to Jamaica to concentrate on his song writing and met Michael Stanford of M Rush Records for whom he recorded several singles including “Black Woman” and “If Love So Nice”.

“If love So Nice” took a detour through Europe along its route to the top of the Jamaican charts, a position which it securely held for 15 weeks, making it the longest charting number one tune on the island for the year 2000.

“If love so Nice”, one of, if not the most impressive reggae song, impacted upon Jamaica with a force not experienced since hurricane Gilbert, posing a question every man and woman has asked at least once in a lifetime: “If love so nice, tell me why it hurt so bad?” Utilizing the forceful bass line played by Aston “Familyman” Barrett on Bob Marley's timeless tune “Stir It Up” gave “If Love So Nice” a familiar underpinning even though the vocalist Junior Kelly delivering classic Jamaican blend of precision deejay timing and lovers rock crooning, was unknown to most Reggae fans.


Despite his seemingly sudden rise to success, Junior Kelly also the writer of “If Love So Nice”, has been assiduously toiling in the music industry since 1985. “Some say this is a lucky break, I say no, it's a result of hard work” explains the affable sing-jay Kelly who cut his first single “Over Her Body” in 1985 for Neco Records. “Some say that culture in the music is a dying art form but it's not. You have artists like myself who try to uplift the nation with words you can live by, there's just less attention given to us by radio disc jockeys.”

Despite the attention “If Love So Nice” has deservingly received, Junior Kelly is more than a one hit wonder ; A listen to his albums ”Rise” and “Juvenile”, not to mention his VP Records debut album of the same name “If love so nice” more than supports this claim. They all demonstrate the diversity of his song writing expertise and continue along the same positive path.

In 2004 the album entitled “Smile” features a much more mature Junior Kelly He preaches messages of love on tracks such as “Never Let You Down”, “Sinking Feeling”, and “Baby Can We Meet”; Black consciousness on the hit track “Black Am I”; Social Commentary on tracks such as “Running From The Law”, “Do Dem Something” and “Youth Dem Scared”. The title track “Smile” he says, is for all those persons who experience hardships and stumbling blocks on a daily basis, “put your faith and trust in the Most High and just Smile, never let them see you cry, because things will soon get better”.

His sixth album, released September 13th 2005 on VP Records is entitled “Tough Life”. Kelly preaches messages of love on tracks such as “Receive”, which is currently experiencing heavy rotation on the Jamaican air waves and high chart positions. “Receive” went to No1 on the Jamaican singles chart in August 2005. Kelly states the importantness that “Rasta Should Be Deeper” on another massive hit from the album produced by the Swedish crew Hi-Score Music. He also delivers biting social commentary on tracks such as “Sick Of Dem Story”, and “Jah Give Me Strength” and on the title track “Tough Life”.


Just as humbly as he has dealt with his international chart success, Junior Kelly views the power of his live performance as a means to a far greater end. “When I am in a crowd, it could only be twenty people and if some say I love your performance that fills me up right in my heart”. Junior Kelly has not only been busy in the Recording Studio, but also on the stage spreading his message far and wide. He has been touring Europe and the Caribbean extensively and has cemented his name among the list of top Reggae Ambassadors who are here to stay.

There is a message in the music and in the wrong hands it can be very dangerous, in the right hands, it can be very medicinal and therapeutic.

And in the hands of Junior Kelly it's a correctly prescribed dosage of musical healing!
HOMEPAGE: http://www.juniorkelly.com/
Country: Jamaica
Style: reggae dancehall


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