Synonyms for fyah or Related words with fyah

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Using the stage name Lutan Fyah, sometimes credited as Lute and Fyah, he started his musical career in 1999. He recorded his first songs for Buju Banton's Gargamel Records. His first two albums were released by Lustre Kings and Minor 7 Flat 5, the latter of which included Fyah as guest artist on albums by Turbulence and Luciano.
Fyah has voiced a number of singles for Jah Warrior including "Never Surrender My Faith", "Let Righteousness Be Your Guide",Jah is living featuring Khalilah Rose and "Crab Inna Barrel". Fyah has performed several times at the Uppsala Reggae Festival.
I'll Never Leave/I'm Leaving 7", featuring Cornel Campbell and Lutan Fyah (2011, Red Earth Records)
Fall 2015 Raging Fyah signed a multi-album deal with VP Records. Spring 2016 Raging Fyah released ‘Everlasting,’ their debut album for VP Records’ Dub Rockers imprint. Recorded live at Kingston’s legendary Tuff Gong Studios with producer Llamar “Riff Raff” Brown. Raging Fyah spent the rest of the year touring the states with Stick Figure and Fortunate Youth, and a 2016 European tour bringing Stick Figure as support.
In May 2016 his album "Freedom & Fyah" was released by VP records.
Fyah also released several singles on various label from Jamaica, United States and the UK, and has also covered Dr. Dre songs and The Fugees. He has appeared on many compilation albums and featured in many other artists song releases. In 2009 Dubstep artist Rusko released "Babylon Volume 2" including the track "Sound Guy Is My Target" featuring Fyah.
Souljah Fyah was named "Top Reggae Band" at the 2009 Canadian Reggae Music Awards. That year, Souljah Fyah released an EP of songs produced by Stew Kirkwood called "Tears of a Fool". A third full-length album, "I Wish", was released at the end of 2010. The band also released a self-titled album in 2004.
Chronixx, Raging Fyah, Don Carlos, Assassin, Kapten Röd, Jesse Royal, Ken Ring, Kaliffa, Labyrint, Dani M., Junior Natural, Essa Cham, Löst Folk,
Fyah is the second studio album by Vincentian singer Kevin Lyttle. It was first released in 2008 on Lyttle's own label Tarakon Records.
Anthony Martin (born December 1975), better known as Lutan Fyah, is a Jamaican musician, singer, and member of the Rastafari movement Bobo Shanti.
Raging Fyah is five piece reggae band from Kingston, Jamaica. Pele, Demar and Anthony Watson met while studying music at Kingston’s Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts, under the tutelage of Ibo Cooper, former keyboardist with Third World. They joined forces with veteran guitarist Courtland “Gizmo” White and formed Inside Out in 2002 before changing their name to Raging Fyah in 2006.
From the mid-1990s, many reggae artists have emerged from the Bobo Ashanti; the most well-known among them are Sizzla, Capleton, Anthony B, Lutan Fyah, Turbulence and Ras Shiloh.
Souljah Fyah is a reggae band based in Canada. The band is led by vocalist–bassist Janaya "Sista J" Ellis (Love Empire Entertainment) and stylistically straddles Roots Reggae and Dancehall.
Several musicians are members of Bobo Ashanti, including The Abyssinians, Anthony B, Capleton, Sizzla Kalonji, Fantan Mojah, Jah Mason, Junior Kelly, Lutan Fyah, Ras Shiloh, Pressure, and Junior Reid.
Similarly to Lyttle's debut album, "Fyah" was produced by a team of various producers, blending soca, dancehall and other genres of Caribbean music. The album included a re-recording of his most famous song, "Turn Me On", featuring popular Barbadian soca singer Alison Hinds. "Fyah" was released by Lyttle's own music label, Tarakon Records, in Japan in 2008, followed by its international release in 2009. The album was a commercial failure, especially compared to Lyttle's debut album, and charted only in Japan, where it was distributed through a licensing deal with Universal Records.
Burrell's son Kareem followed him into music production and released the "Project X" mixtape in 2012 to celebrate his father's birthday, and produced the "Living Heart" album later in the year, with contributions from Beres Hammond, Richie Spice, and Lutan Fyah.
Christina started working in the music industry in 1996 by assisting promoters, record labels and club owners with business operations and marketing. The Worldwide Reggae Embassy™: In 2011, she began to diligently produce songs for the organization's clients such as Eldie Anthony, Ma'Niche, Cameal Davis, C-Zer, I-Noble, Tajji, Fyah Stain, and Blakk Sparrow.
An avid advocate of live reggae music in his early years, Laing has been involved in a number of groundbreaking music productions including noted artists such Courtney John, Winston Mcanuff, Protoje, Nomaddz, Raging Fyah, and Black as Cole amongst others. His label Red Records UK continues to selectively release some of the Reggae industry's most understated productions.
Alpha Blondy & Solar System, Busy Signal, Collie Buddz & The New Kingston Band, David Rodigan, Don Carlos & The Dub Vision Band, Governor Andy, Etana, The Heptones, Hoffmaestro Chraa, Inna Yard All Stars, Junior Kelly, King Jammy’s Super Power, Komposti Sound, Kultiration, Ky-Mani Marley, Lutan Fyah, Meditative Sound, Nazarenes, Rootz Underground, Safari Sound, Svenska Akademien, Syster Sol, Third World, T.O.K., Ziggi & The Renaissance Band.
In 1996 they formed their second label, Backyard Movements, which was designed for releasing roots reggae vocal releases. The label has seen works with both homegrown and Jamaican artists including Prince Allah, Michael Rose, Bunny Lie Lie, Lutan Fyah, Prince Malachi, Tony Roots, Danny Vibes, Christine Miller, Ras Mac Bean, High Priest, Anthony Que and others.