Hawaii Based Reggae Band “The Lambsbread” Trod’s on Their Conscious Journey with “Soljahs Of Jah”
Reaffirming their solid stance on the forefront of the roots and culture movement. The Lambsbread socially-conscious messages and passionate pleas, for wrongs to be made right and justice for the poor and oppressed, are trademarked in their songs. Troding on their righteous journey of delivering a conscious message, Hawaiian based reggae band The Lambsbread have teamed up with their musical brethren Messenjah Selah and JC Subliminal on their latest release “Soljahs of Jah“.
Recorded in Maui, Hawaii earlier this year, “Soljahs of Jah” is a powerful roots anthem, uniting the people with love and strength to overcome the adversities we face in life.
“The idea for the tune came about when Kaya Lambsbread, Messenjah Selah and JC were sitting around the table after a show in Hawaii, listening to new riddims from 12 yr. old producer Jacob Selassie when Lion Heart riddim came on the speakers, a hit was born. Every artist at the table contributed a piece to make this roots riddim an undeniable hit.” explained the band.
Produced by Next Generation Productions, and mixed and mastered by Rumble Rock Recordz studio, the lambsbread have invited fans and music lovers with an insight of the music creation in studio. You can watch the behind the scenes video of the session on the Lambsbread’s official Facebook page, or YouTube channel.
The inherent culture of reggae music inspires and gives artists an opportunity to express oneself fully, regardless of the issues highlighted, with heavy roots reggae and a dub feel to the mix, thumping bass and a driving beat, “Soljahs of Jah” message is intended to offer strength and courage to the people working to make a positive change. “The song offers encouragement to the ones that have been working for the betterment of the people and sometimes get weary on the trod. Soljahs of Jah is meant to express the cause of the people fighting for truth and rights without weapons, but with love and unity as there shield and protection against injustice.” – The Lambsbread”
Source: MPR Consulting