“LOVE INNA WE HEART” Official Video release at FLUXX Sundays

FLUXX Love Inna We Heartby Rebel Vibez

Love Inna We Heart” spent a total of 19 weeks on the Canadian Reggae charts on the award winning Rebel Vibez radio show (CHRY 105.5FM) and the last 8 of those being in the #1 spot which vaults┬áit as an official “HIT“.

Since Kirk Diamond & Bob Da Builda received a Juno Nomination for the HIT single “Love Inna We Heart” there has been cause for a BIG celebration.

The Fluxx Sundays team welcomes DON DEM to officially release the video to fans and invites everyone to join them inside Luxy Nightclub, 60 Interchange Way, Vaughan this Sunday February 8th, 2015

Media Affiliates please RSVP to be guest listed. Email info@rebelvibez.ca or call (647) 230-5636

Publicity inquiries please forward to Consulting.MPR@gmail.com

OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO preview: http://youtu.be/IMZsj5rJxGQ

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Toronto’s Reggae deejay Akustik gets Juno nod for Mandela Tribute

Akustik

Akustik

by Howard Campbell

IT was not difficult for singer Akustik to write a song saluting one of modern history’s greatest figures.

Mandela, his salute to the South African icon who died in December, has earned a JUNO Awards nomination for Reggae Recording of The Year.

The JUNOs, Canada’s Grammy Awards, takes place March 29 at the RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg.

Born in St Elizabeth but raised in Toronto, Akustik has been part of the Canadian reggae scene since the early 1990s. He says his first JUNO nod is special because it was inspired by a personal hero.

“Mandela has played a big part of who I am today for several reasons, but one that stands out is the gift he had to forgive others who have been totally unfair and unjustified in their action towards him.”

Mandela was produced by veteran saxophonist Tony Greene who is also producing Akustik’s first album. Originally a deejay known as Andrew Ranxx, Akustik started his career in the 1990s when he said Toronto’s reggae circuit was dominated by dances that rocked “from midnight ’till ‘mawning’.”

The JUNO call, he noted, is reward for years of toil.

“This nomination shows that all the years of dedication to reggae music, mainly in Canada, have been recognised,” said Akustik.

Singjay Exco Levi, singers Ammoye for Baby It’s You, Dru for Effortless and Dubmatix Renegade complete the list of 2014 JUNO Reggae Recording of The Year nominees.