Posts tagged "Keznamdi"

Yaadcore Greets Fari DiFuture: Farmer Man West Coast Tour

Yaadcore Greets Fari DiFuture: Farmer Man West Coast Tour

Yaadcore and Fari Di Future On US Tour

This week Yaadcore and his artist, Fari DiFuture will embark on a West Coast US Tour. This 8 city promotional tour will introduce Fari DiFuture, an East Coast artist with a rapidly growing fan base to new fans on the West Coast.  The first stop is Seattle Washington, where the artist will link up with another rising artist Keznamdi, currently on his Skyline Level Vol. 1 Tour and the “Irie Lights” band. Along the tour route, Fari DiFuture will also perform alongside Israel Vibration, Roots Radics and King Ivier.  More Information On This US Tour After The Jump…

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WATCH THIS: Keznamdi “Herbs” Official Music Video

WATCH THIS: Keznamdi "Herbs" Official Music Video

Kez & Keida Work The Ital Steamer

Ever since RiRi and Drizzy touched up the Pot O Gold “Sail Away” riddim with the chart-topping tune “Work,” Jamaican artists have been inspired to reimagine the tune in their own style and pattern. The latest “reworking” is a wicked ganja tune called “Herbs” by the rootical DJ Keznamdi.  “I wanted to put a little more roots in there, so you see a lot more Jamaican culture,” he told The Fader, who premiered the video earlier this week—which features noted herb advocate Keida in a crucial supporting role: keeping the ital steamer hot. “Marijuana advocacy is very special to me,” says Kez, “so whatever way I can get the message to people I try to.” Video After The Jump… Read more »

WATCH THIS: Kenzamdi “10 Pound” Official Music Video

WATCH THIS: Kenzamdi "10 Pound" Official Music Video

Because Every Day Should Be 4/20

Music runs in Keznamdi’s blood. His parents, who now live in Ethiopia, founded the reggae band Chakula. One of his older sisters, Kelissa, has recorded and toured extensively with Chronixx while his eldest sister Kamila is a popular Jamaican TV presenter who’s also married to Jah Cure. Keznamdi’s latest release finds him defending the healing of the nation. Produced by Natural High and Keznamdi, this sensi-scented selection is accompanied by a video shot by Fareye Films that will make you feel as though you’re visiting the fragrant fields of Orange Hill at harvest time. Video After The Jump… Read more »