December 21, 2008
Suga Roy, Conrad Crystal & Gyptian find a winner in ‘Jah Jah See Dem A Come’
The dynamic DJ/singer duo Suga Roy & Conrad Crystal has once again found a winner. One of Reggae’s longest, most consistent duos has teamed up with hitmaker Gyptian for the remake of the Culture classic, ‘Jah Jah See Dem A Come’.
Since its release earlier this year, the cultural song has been getting nuff love not only in Jamaica but across the globe. The single is in constant rotation across all the top radio stations locally and abroad.
In fact, ‘Jah Jah See Dem A Come’ hit the number one slot for two weeks on the New Style Radio chart in Birmingham, England. The single is currently in the top ten and climbing on the TPN Radio chart in Italy and Caribbean Vibes Radio chart in the USA.
Locally, ‘Jah Jah See Dem A Come’ is also climbing The Jamaica Music Countdown, Stampede Street Vibes and RE TV charts.
In additional, the captivating music video for the single is in massive rotation across all the music video programmes and channels.
‘Jah Jah See Dem A Come’ (I ‘n’ I a conquerer) was originally done by the iconic group Culture in 1976 and remains one of their best songs to date.
Without a doubt, Suga Roy, Conrad Crystal and Gyptian’s remake of ‘Jah Jah See Dem A Come’ is one of the big tunes for the Christmas, as the three top artistes more than do justice to the classic.
‘Jah Jah See Dem A Come’ the remake is the lead off single for one of the greatest projects to hit the music industry in years. A project that will revolutionize the reggae scene in 2009. ‘Suga Roy, Conrad Crystal & The Icons of Reggae’ – one of the greatest albums of all time paying tribute to some of reggae’s legends. Due out in February 2009, listen out for more on this 17-track project.
Known for such hits as ‘Education’, ‘Tired A It’, ‘Johnny Too Bad’, ‘Piece Of The Action’, ‘Trace’, ‘Wha Mek Dem A Gwaan Suh’, ‘True Love’, ‘Love Overdue’, ‘Don’t Stop The Music’, ‘Righteous Train’, ‘Down In Jamaica’ and ‘So Many Persons’, Suga Roy & Conrad Crystal spent most of 2008 on the European circuit, giving sold-out performances in countries the likes of France, Italy, Switzerland, Japan and Spain, at places like Le Mans, Angers, Alencon, Annecy, Bienne, La Clusaz, Rome, Bologna, Strasbourg, Passy, Mulhouse and Girona, to mention a few.