Reality Vibes Riddim –Speedy Judgement Productions
Released By VPAL Music. Available Now on all Digital Platforms
Demane Harvey producer of Speedy Judgement Productions presents the reggae album Reality Vibes Riddim. Released by VPAL Music, April 26, on all digital platforms, this album features the mystics of reggae music. Prepare for a intellectual session on life with Sizzla Kalonji, Pressure Buss Pipe, Iba MaHr, Nesbeth, Deep Jahi, Marlon Asher, Orlando Octave, Reemus K, Izac King, Wayne Lyrics, Nereus Joseph, King Lorenzo, Stylysh, Alfray, Krytical, J.Deva, and Strappa J D Professa.
Wisdom is the key to survival. While information and formation have its place, we stand on the inherited knowledge of the philosophers. And we often find them in interesting and surprising places, rather than on the mountain top. So, we are retiring our hiking gear to lift a cup to producer Demane Harvey. Then, documenting and living according to the words of these well selected lyricists and vocalists.
Warning, this process takes time and reflection. And to fault, we almost overlooked the brilliance of this album. The conditioned shortcoming of being fooled by randomness. And with the proliferation of riddim albums and limited branding, as listeners we falsely perceive them as similar. Lesson learned; this album is set apart from the rest. Iba MaHr’s vocals and lyrics on “A Million Thoughts,” is remarkable. Equally, every artist is solid in their delivery. And true to life, wisdom is prismatic, so we appreciate the range of perceptions.
However, the ingenuity of this production is the baseline rhythm. Truth seekers as Demane Harvey often educate through movements. Indicative is the musical composition. A settled vibe of guitars at the intro excels to a mimetic form of a heartbeat with vibrant drums and a pulsating bass. Yes, respect to life.
A hidden value of this rhythm is it lives well with new releases in pop and hip hop. And the good part of social conditioning and the global mindset is the opportunity for producers to align their works with other markets. A predictive approach to expanding the market segment, building peer to peer communities through the secondary audience, and increasing participation. For example, SZA, The Weekend, and Travis Scott’s, “Power is Power,” For the Throne and ScHoolboy Q’s “Drunk,” featuring 6LACK, and Stormzy’s “Vossi Bop,” transitions amazingly with this rhythm.
Seize the attention. More visibility, amplification, traction, sizzle, and stickiness of the work generates higher profits. Because, like the integrated world culture of reggae, play lists and wealth are borderless.
Visuals are also key. Higher level on the artwork, because there are no clouds and raindrops where talent and wisdom like this live. Move to the frontline and shine brighter than ever. Respect to a lucrative cultural and financial return. All the best for more great works.