This summer I will be performing in Germany at the ReggaeJam festival presenting my set of songs from my album Immigrant and the new single Dreader Than Dread! Don’t miss it!

Este verano estare actuando en Alemania en el festival ReggaeJam presentando el set de canciones de mi primer disco Immigrant y mi nuevo single #DreaderThanDread. Si estas cerca no te lo puedes perder!

Aquest estiu estare actuant a Alemania al festival ReggaeJam presentant el set de temes del meu primer album Immigrant i el meu nou single Dreader than Dread. Si estas aprop no t’ho pots perdre!!

Dreader than Dread

BREAKING NEWS: Di Block a Run Red and the time is #DreaderThanDread but Irie Souljah is here to tell the youths to #StopTheBloodShed. The 25 year old Reggae Artiste uses his melodious vocals, hard-hitting lyrics and musical prowess to spread a positive message to the world. After the success from his debut Album Immigrant, Irie Souljah gives us a taste of his upcoming project with the single Dreader Than Dread. Stay tuned for the song release and more to come! #dread #BebbleRock #NicetimeProduction #GeniousT

Jah Jah Children Rise Up video

Introducing to you my latest video ‘Jah Jah Children Rise Up’ featuring Jesse Royal, my first collaboration with a jamaican artist, like it, share it and spread the message! ‪#‎RiseUp‬

Aquí os presento mi último video ‘Jah Jah Children Rise Up’ junto a Jesse Royal, mi primera colaboración con un artista jamaicano, si te gusta compartelo y difunde el mensaje #RiseUp

Immigrant, the debut album from Irie Souljah

The debut solo album from one of the most prominent talents on the European Reggae scene – Irie Souljah is finally available! Immigrant was recorded in the Jamaican town where this Catalan artist has been residing since 2014.

This work is the product of his new life on the Caribbean island, where he has been warmly welcomed by the local community as well as established Reggae artists and up and coming stars of the so-called ‘Reggae Revival’ scene who have been involved in this album project.

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Trod to Rastafari

Reggae music has been adopted by nearly every country across the globe. The true roots music of Jamaica has continued to grow as a cultural lifestyle strongly linked to Rastafari as the preferred medium of consciousness. The history of international reggae is told through the story of many non-Jamaican artists. Irie Souljah has his own story to tell.

Irie Souljah, a rising Spanish reggae artist was born in 1991, as Josep Jordi Grau Saula, in Barcelona, Spain. At age two, his mother remembers him singing even before speaking. Irie Souljah received his first guitar at age four, leading to a well defined musical beginning. While growing up, he remembers listening to black music, performed in English, resulting in his introduction to Bob Marley and the Wailers. At 16, Irie Souljah began attending parties where friends played a mix of reggae and dance music, furthering his love for roots reggae music.

In 2008, Irie Souljah started the band, Reggae Soldiers performing covers by Burning Spear and Culture. A few years later, after changing the name to Mystic Soldiers, the band released an EP entitled ‘Showcase.’ Irie Souljah, still searching for reggae excellence, experienced a feeling of emptiness and frustration. Deeply inspired by Culture’s song “So Long Rastafari” Irie Souljah headed to Jamaica where he formed a serious business relationship with the film and music production company Nice Time Productions headed by Spanish Jamaican resident Nando Garcia Guereta. Living in Kingston, he met legendary artists, Sly & Robbie, Flabba Holt, Ken Boothe, Nambo Robinson and Chinna Smith. It is there that he developed a strong connection with young Reggae Revivalists, Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid, Jesse Royal, Pentateuch Movement and Jah9.

While in Jamaica, Irie Souljah’s first album “Immigrant” was recorded at Tuff Gong, Harry J, Grafton and Anchor studios. Tracks on this debut album were composed and produced by Irie Souljah in collaboration with Barcelona based producer, Genis “Genious” Trans, with Nice Time Productions as executive producers. Nice Time Productions also provides much needed management services and produced and directed a series of music videos including “Learn and Grow,” “Immigrant,” “Jah Jah Children Rise Up,” (featuring Jesse Royal), “Inna Di Mood” featuring Kabaka Pyramid and soon to be released “Dreader Than Dread”.

Irie Souljah performed “Promised Land” in a tribute concert dedicated to the life of Dennis Brown in Kingston, opened the morning program ‘Smile Jamaica’ on TVJ, and accompanied Jamaican legend Cocoa Tea on a European tour. He has also appeared on major European summer reggae festivals such as Reggae Jam. Irie Souljah is making a strong name for himself in both the European and Jamaican markets. His first single, “Learn and Grow,” from the album “Immigrant” recalls his young life and has received over 750,000 views on YouTube. “Learn and Grow” has received very strong support for Irie Souljah as a new uprising artist.

The recently released “Dreader Than Dread” single from his upcoming second album is grabbing the attention of reggae fans near and far. A video of the same name is scheduled for release by the end of 2017.


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