The weather was really very auspicious revolution spirit in which French group released their first album "Time has come". Which begins with new roots
"Rise & Shine", which accompanies Derajah combined talent of Colmar. We discovered, as and to hear the voices and the specific flow of two singers of the group, and Natty Fyah Max Singa, supported by beautiful female vocals. Thus, "Burn Dem", you can also listen to our players is always a mixture of hip hop sounds and dancehall flow made by the electronic voice Fyah Max. This urban style not found elsewhere on the album, including the title of "Fyah Red", which is also the subject of some rock sounds. Change of scenery with "Make me dream" where Natty Singapore offers a significant style lover. Even if all the shares are not equal in terms of vibrations, and we prefer to admit those sung in English and not in French (which can be counted on the fingers of one hand), is affected by the new roots album songs, including "Jah Plan ", which is just a support group Capleton frankly! It is also very pleasantly surprised by the African influences present in this first work, as artists, as Bishop and Manjul lend strong hands come in the group title "Ithiopia". Also Noumoucounda Tshaka Jr and can be found on the track "Thank U". "TIMW Has Come" is another example of the richness and diversity of French reggae, which is much more metropolitan reggae campaigns extent that most of the texts are in English, the words are very conscious musical influences and continued Jah, and more based on Africa and the Caribbean.
This is where the air is pure and the positive vibes that four musicians and two singers spiritrevolution met. Since that day, they have only one goal, to make a Jamaican music original by putting all their energy. Together since 2003, aged twenty years, the group called spiritrevolution distills his magic potion, a subtle blend of reggae and explosive bare roots and dancehall. Two singjays pose on rhythmic sharp, the lyrics sometimes mystical, sometimes committed, or unifying bond of love.
ONE DROP label was created in early 2008 by members of the group SPIRIT REVOLUTION willing to take a further step in the dissemination of their music.
The label focuses on two main ideas:
- Offer authentic reggae heavily influenced by Jamaican culture.
- No need for programming, all instruments are played.
The name of the label'm referring to their preferred style of reggae: reggae one drop symbolizes the unity and the image of one drop of the battery where the kick and rimshot knocking in unison.
The riddims are created by four musicians SPIRIT REVOLUTION:
Robin Schmitt (bass) - Romain Pierré (keyboards) - Arnaud Geschigkt (Guitar) - Vincent Pierré (Drums)
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