Best known for Blending reggae music and Judaism.
Current city New York
Really want to be in Anywhere in the world as long as I’m with my sweet wife.
Excited about My new music coming out soon, Hold The Fire EP (out February 2), and the massive tour I have coming up this winter.
My current music collection has a lot of Afro pop.
And a little bit of Hip-hop.
Preferred format Well, vinyl is the preference when home and kids are not jumping around.
5 Albums I Can’t Live Without:
Boy Alone, Omah Lay
It’s a vibe. His vocals are so catchy and meditative, and the production and beats are perfect. He has a soulful, joyful sound and his chord progressions are always sweet and anthemic. He has become one of my top inspirations in the last few years.
The Villain I Never Was, Black Sherif
He has also become my top inspiration in terms of music and vocal artistry. A little rougher of a sound at times than perhaps Omah Lay. You can hear the heavy hip-hop and dancehall inspiration in this music as it takes on a new form in the Afropop genre.
Still my favorite full-length dancehall album of most recent years, even though it’s already five years old.
Blonde, Frank Ocean
So creative, emotional, unexpected, adventurous, beyond genre. Just pure artistic beauty around every corner. Never disappoints any time I listen. Timeless.
Sleeping Operator, The Barr Brothers
This came out in 2014 during a transitional time for me and was my emotional soundtrack. Some albums are really there for you when you need something, and this was that for me at a very intense time. Will always have a place in my heart.