December 14, 2017: The phrase “reggae” was coined around 1960 in Jamaica to get a “ragged” style of dance music, that still had its roots in New Orleans rhythm’n’blues. However, reggae soon acquired the lament-like style of chanting and emphasized the syncopated beat. It also made explicit the relationship with the underworld of the “Rastafarians” (adepts of a millenary African faith, revived Marcus Garvey who advocated a mass emigration back to Africa), both in the lyrics and in the appropriation of the African nyah-bingi drumming style (a style that mimicks the heartbeat with its pattern of “thump-thump, pause, thump-thump”). Compared with rock music, reggae music basically inverted the role of bass and guitar: the former was the lead, the latter beat the typical hiccupping pattern. The paradox of reggae, of course, is that this music “unique to Jamaica” is actually not Jamaican at all, having its foundations in the USA and Africa. Wayne Dreadksi is bringing reggae music for lovers around the world in 2018 and beyond.
In poor areas, people dream of freedom from war and government oppression. In more developed areas, people dream of independence from materialism, the rat race, corrupt institutions, and the "babylon" system. It is one of the only mainstream types of spiritual music, and reggae music is usually both passionate and deep, but at the same time simple and humble. Wayne Dreadski is looking to achieve the prophet status around the world because of how much people are touched by his music, even when they don't fully understand the lyrics or the Rasta movement. In every country of the world, you will hear reggae music echoing in cafes, over the hills and through the shanty towns. Reggae music is a cry for a better tomorrow.
Wayne Dreadski is a reggae recording artist. Wayne Dreadksi releasing some future award winning reggae music in 2018. Wayne Dreadski brings a thick and heavy sound. The timing of the beats in his reggae music gives it a hypnotic feel because of its relaxed nature. Drum styles have been introduced and incorporated in Wayne Dreadski’s reggae which gives it a unique and exciting feel. Wayne Dreadski has worked on his vocals to preserve the natural tone of his voice and can also be identified with his colors, green, black, gold, and red.
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