This lively, upbeat Reggae Band known as BLAZE MOB has reggae in their bloodline.
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The dynamic reggae band “Blaze Mob” – with harmony, unity, and the positive vibrations conscious roots reggae music springs. Composed of brothers Shaka “Rock” Dennis, Gyasi “Gong” Dennis, and “King” Saeed Dennis, Blaze Mob was throwing a listening party to promote their second full-length studio album “Words Carved in Stone,” released on the fittingly named “Dennis Dynasty” label; fittingly because the three young men are sons of Rudolph “Garth” Dennis, an original member of Black Uhuru and longtime singer for the Wailing Souls – a seasoned, veteran musician, who, by any reasoned estimation, is a foundational figure in reggae music.
“MUSICAL MESSAGES THAT’LL LAST FOREVER”
Shortly after its release in March, a reviewer for United Reggae wrote that Blaze Mob’s “Words Carved in Stone” is “one of the strongest collections of roots-reggae by an upcoming group in some time. The 16-song set is a blend of old school and contemporary sounds that appeals to a diverse demographic.
” (Stephen Cooper)
Blaze Mob has blazes the crowds at festivals & shows around North America & The Caribbean including:
Bob Marley Day - Long Beach/ Tribute to Legends San Diego
House of Blues - Los Angeles opening for Steel Pulse /Rebelution/ Soja / Slightly Stoopid
Queen Mary - Long Beach/ Raggamuffin Prod. Old school Jam / Freddy McGregor all starling up with a list of legends
The Roxy & Wiltern Theater with Tarrus Riley,
DUB Club LA with Israel Vibration, Niney the Observer, Don Carlos
Saint Rocke - Hermosa Beach with Midnite
Belly Up Tavern - San Diego
Mateel Community Center - Humboldt County
Blaze Mob's First video from the new album was
"Big Road" a Dancehall/R&B cross-over
Blaze Mob recently returned from a soul-replenishing journey in Jamaica. While there, they went back to Joseph "Jojo" & Ernest Hookim, the owners of Channel One Studio in Jamaica and went through the archives, selecting classic riddims & remade some of the riddims for a new sound & vibe.
Sharpening their musicianship, they also worked with Earl "Chinna" Smith once a week, redeveloping the roots, resetting the vibes and catching back the classic roots Jamaican feeling.
While in Jamaica they also recorded & shot video with Steam Team JA. Blaze Mob was busy doing a Press Tour with Jamaican & European Newspapers & Magazines.
The first video from the new album Words Carved in Stone
was "Big Road" a Dancehall/R&B cross-over track.
They just completed shooting the video for "Standing Tall", the second song from the album. The video was shot throughout California, premieres on Reggaeville today, December 21st.
WATCH "GIVE THANKS" OFFICIAL VIDEO HERE
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Paraiso Music - Marjel McFaddin 310-809-5810
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