DUBMIX SERVICE – Prince Allah Dubplate Session

Prince Allah Dubplate Session - Dubmix Service - Supah Frans
Prince Allah Dubplate Session – Dubmix Service – Supah Frans

DUBMIX SERVICE NEWS:

Next week will be available in the studio the Reggae foundation singer Prince Allah. Don’t miss out on this oportunity!

La semana que viene estarán disponibles en el estudio el cantante de Reggae foundation Prince Allah para la grabación de dubplates. ¡No dejes escapar esta oportunidad!

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 PRINCE ALLAH

Prince Allah (aka Kieth Blake, Ras Alla & Prince Allah) is a Jamaican musical legend. He begun his career began in the vocal group The Leaders with Milton Henry and Roy Palmer, who recorded three tracks for producer Joe Gibbs in the late 1960s. When The Leaders broke up, Blake continued to work with Gibbs, who issued his debut solo release, “Woo Oh Oh”.

Having been interested in the Rastafari movement since he had a vison as a child, 1969 saw him get heavily involved in Jamaica’s camp community, with drawing from the musics scene and living in Prince Emmanuel Edawards camp at Bull Bay.

He re-entred the music scene in the mid-1970s working with Bertram Brown’s Freedom Sounds on a series of recordings such as “Sun is shainging”, “Bucket Boottom”, “Lot’s Wife” or “Stone” under the name Prince Allah, all are now regarded as Roots Reggae classics.

He also recorded for the producer Tapper Zukie, including the album “Heaven Is My Roof”. Continuing interest in his work saw the release of two albums of material from the 1970s on Blood & Fire Records, “Only Love Can Conquer” and “I Can Hear The Children Singing”, which brought his work to a new audience.

Allah continued to release records occasionally through the 70s, 80s and 90s including an album with Jah Shaka and has continued be in demand with digital roots producers, and has released several albums with the likes of Jah Warrior.

 Prince Allah

Prince Allah (aka Kieth Blake, Ras Alla & Prince Allah) és una leyenda de la música jamaicana. Empezó su carrera en el grupo vocal The Leaders con Milton Henry y Roy Palmer. Con ellos grabó 2 canciones con el productor Joe Gibbs a finales de los 60. Cuando el líder del grupo se marcho, Blake continuo trabajando con Gibbs lanzando su primer disco “Woo oh no”.

Más adelante se intereso por el movimiento Rastafari ya que de pequeño tuvo una visión en la que se vio a el mismo muy involucrado en las comunidades Rastafaris de Jamaica. Se retiró de la escena musical y se recogió en la comunidad Rasta Prince Emmanuel Edward’s camp en Bull Bay.

A mediados de los ’70 Prince Allah volvió a sumergirse en la escena musical trabajando con Bertram Brown’s de Freedom Sound en una serie de grabaciones como “Sun is shining”, “Bucket bottom”, “Lot’s wife” o “Stone” que ahora mismo continúan siendo clásicos en la escena Roots/Reggae.

También grabó para el productor Tapper Zukie incluyendo su álbum “Heaven Is my roof”. Posteriormente publicó dos discos con su material de los ’70 con Blood & Fire Records, “Only Love Can Conquer” y “I can hear the children singing” trayéndole nuevos seguidores.

Allah continuó realizando canciones ocasionalmente en los años 70, 80 y 90 incluyendo su álbum con Jah Shaka y hoy día continua siendo solicitado por productores de Digital y Roots y ha realizado algunos discos con productores de la talla de Jah Warriror.

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