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Peace Process MP3

Queen Makedah

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Makedah’s latest album, Peace Process, is a continuation of her work to bring peace, elevation and healing to the world through conscious reggae and worldbeat music in these troubled times. 14 powerful tracks that feature collaborations with Zion I Kings hailing from St. Croix (Midnite, Pressure, Snoop Dogg, Lutan Fyah, Jahdan Blakkamoore, Sizzla, Anthony B), Christopher Meredith (Lauryn Hill, Sugar Minott, Burning Spear, Ziggy Marley, Stephen Marley, Amy Winehouse), rap artist Courtney Bell and more!

Expected release: September 30, 2020

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Spiritual Healing MP3

Queen Makedah

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'Blending reggae with RnB gorgeous lush vocals, Queen Makedah will take you on a vocally adorned journey to the very root of your soul. You'll love the uplifting lyrics that border on socio-political issues tender to all our hearts.' Smother.net

"Queen Makedah melds a sultry R&B edge with a rootsy reggae foundation. Her smoky voice and crossover appeal remind me quite a bit of Diana King. With reggae being as popular in the USA as it's ever been, it seems there's perhaps never been a better time for such a style to succeed. The single 'Lift You Up' is certainly a step in the right direction. This effervescent, life-affirming roots tune has the feel of classic and deserves much exposure." Reggae-Reviews.com

Notable Credits: Spiritual Healing is a stellar display of the virgin production talents of co-writer/producer Tuviel 'Chariot' Levi, whose influences include The Gladiators, The Abyssinians, Steel Pulse and Aswad. Tuviel has worked with Roots Reggae groups Rahsul, Roots Africa (founded by the original bass player for Alpha Blondy), Ras Michael and the Sons of Negus and ‘Lion’ (bassist for Joseph Hill of Culture). In addition, the album features one of the Caribbean's rising talents, Ras Bakim, a Singer/Songwriter from St. Croix, who adds his sultry vocals on the duet, Healer, with Queen Makedah.

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The Awakening MP3

Queen Makedah

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'The debut album of Queen Makedah, 'The Awakening,' is a collection of reggae tunes with r&b and world beat influences, featuring two duets with reggae legend Ras Michael...' Teacher T, Reggae-Vibes.com

'The debut album of Queen Makedah, 'The Awakening' is a collection of songs ranging from reggae, world-beat, r&b to pop music. However, it's not a cross-over album, since the influence of reggae riddims and themes is present all over. With her excellent vocal outing she is capable of performing every song in a very distinctive style.

On the album you'll find two duets with reggae legend Ras Michael. First there's Love is a Universal Language, followed by On the Day that Babylon Falls, the latter being a tune in the traditional Ras Michael style. The tune Deliver Us is an excellent straight forward reggae tune and includes a fine flute solo. In the r&b orientated song Gold -check out the Spanish guitar solo ! - , she masterfully delivers a tune that can be called ‘a modern day lamentation for the Black Man.’ After the chanting prelude, she enters with a very tough tune - I Lost Everything - in which she takes you back '2000 years.'

Noteworthy tunes found here are the ballad Fools Rush In, a song which reminds me of a Tony Braxton song, the Sade cover 'Your Love Is King', here retitled Yah Love Is King and My Heart Is A Zion, which happens to be a superb heartfelt song. '

Teacher & Mr. T. (reggae-vibes.com)

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Single & Ep's

Bless Africa EP

Queen Makedah

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Queen Makedah delivers a unique package of some of the most healing and inspirational music around, melding rich velvet-soul vocals, spiced with delicious flavors of Soul, Jazz, R&B and Middle Eastern music, over muscular Roots Reggae Rhythms.

"Bless Africa - Wicked x 10. All in all great riddims, great singing, great mixing. High quality roots reggae and reggae mix with soul and r&b. Respect!” - Dr. Reggae, Irielion Reggae sites

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King Queen Riddim (Mutual Respect)

Queen Makedah

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‘King Queen Riddm’ fuses the best of a soulful R&B love song with a heated reggae slow jam, melding Makedah’s golden voice atop the hard edged grit of Toussaint’s Temptations-style soul - a hit for reggae and r&b lovers alike!

From Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack’s ‘The Closer I get to You,’ to Teena Marie and Rick James’ ‘Fire and Desire,’ good old fashioned R&B love songs have warmed our hearts for years and have given us some of the most famous music of all time. How about bringing that talent and passion to reggae music?

Queen Makedah’s new duet feat. Toussaint the Liberator, does just that. The track ‘King Queen Riddm’ (a.k.a. ‘Mutual Respect’), fuses the best of a soulful R&B love song with a heated reggae slow jam, melding Makedah’s golden honey voice atop the hard edged grit of Toussaint’s Temptations-style soulful crooning - a hit for reggae and R&B lovers alike.

The song is from Queen Makedah's upcoming junior album 'Peace Process,' and will be amongst a new wave of conscious music for fans to enjoy. Queen Makedah has shared the stage with reggae greats like Don Carlos, Sister Carol, the Twinkle Brothers, The Rastafarians, Winston Jarrett, Rootz Underground, Bambu Station and Groundation and is known for her cutting edge lyrics and smokey r&b vocal style.

Toussaint (‘Be You’ and ‘Black Gold’) – known for his ‘soul-drenched’- reggae style - has toured the world with Soulive as lead singer, sharing the stage with greats like Isaac Hayes, John Legend and The Rolling Stones (www.reverbnation.com/toussainttheliberator).

Brooklyn bred composer Tuviel ‘Rocksteady’ Levi brings his musical genius to the track (composer, mixer, instrumentalist) coupled with gifted storyteller and lyricist Queen Makedah. Tuviel has also worked with such rising reggae stars as Michelle ‘Songbird’ Gordon, Kristine Alicia, Lavie, Adam Barnes and Grammy winning drummer Bradley Brown.

Adding to the magic, are the special talents of twice Joe Higgs music award nominated singer/songwriter/musician Rusty Zinn on guitar (‘I Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’). Rusty has recorded with the legendary Jamaican rhythm section Sly and Robbie, Boris Gardiner, Soul Syndicate, Hux Brown, to name a few (www.rustyreggae.com). The track also features the acoustic excellence of David Soveriegn on (Studio Jay by the Bay), layering the seductive sounds of the 6-string Larrivee and Ramirez Flamenco acoustic guitars.

Finally, Jamaica’s finest Rankin Scroo, recorded the lead vocals of the track at his renown West Oakland Crucial Youth Productions studio. Rankin is well known for his hits with E-40, Too Short and Digital underground's Money-B.

Single Title: ‘King Queen Riddim’ (‘Mutual Respect’) Queen Makedah - Vocals / Lyrics / Co-Production Toussaint the Liberator - Vocals Tuviel Levi - Bass, Keys, Drum programming / Composer / Co-Production / Co-Recording / Mixing Rankin Scroo - Co-Recording (Crucial Youth Production Studio) / Co-production (vocals) David Sovereign - Acoustic Guitar / Co-Recording (Studio J by the Bay) Rusty Zinn - Electric Guitar DIGITAL RELEASE DATE: February 1st, 2016

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