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Empress Ayeola & The Legends Release a Long-Awaited ‘Roots Reggae Album’, an Unforgettable Musical Adventure!

Empress Ayeola & The Legends

Empress Ayeola & The Legends

Renowned reggae luminary, Empress Ayeola, has unveiled her latest opus, “Empress Ayeola & The Legends,” an album that hit the airwaves today, heralding a masterpiece sure to transcend time while honoring reggae’s illustrious past.

The album serves as a vessel for the profound influence that classic roots reggae, a genre deeply ingrained in Empress Ayeola’s life, has on her artistry. With fourteen distinct tracks, the album stands as a testament to her musical mastery, each song resounding with themes of love, equality, peace, and unity. A resounding reminder that reggae serves as a universal balm for conflict and solace for the oppressed.

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Notably, “Empress Ayeola & The Legends” stands not only as Empress Ayeola’s triumph but also as an homage to the reggae giants who forged the path for future artists. The album boasts luminous collaborations with icons like Beres Hammond, Dennis Brown, Yellowman, Big Youth, Lady G, Mykal ‘Grammy’ Rose, Dennis Alcapone, Little Roy, and Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith. This coming-together of legends births a magnum opus that pays homage to their collective contributions.

The album’s production marries classic roots reggae sonority, which nurtured Empress Ayeola’s passion in her Jamaican upbringing, with contemporary production techniques. This synthesis ensures a sound that traverses generations and resonates globally.

Behind the curtain, over sixty musicians, including more than forty reggae legends, lent their artistry to the project, fostering a recording process rich in anecdotes and stories, a testament to reggae’s history and community spirit.

In anticipation of “Empress Ayeola & The Legends,” the artist hosted a successful pre-album launch in London, captivating a sizable audience. Eager fans can anticipate a string of live performances and global tours as Empress Ayeola shares her uplifting music with the world.

For those keen to indulge, “Empress Ayeola & The Legends” is now accessible on leading digital platforms like Spotify and Apple Music, while exclusive vinyl and CD editions, featuring credits for all involved, are soon to be released.

Media inquiries and interview requests are welcomed through Empress Ayeola’s management at watercoloursent@gmail.com. You can also connect with Empress Ayeola on social media at @empressayeola on Instagram and TikTok, @EmpressAyeolaTV on YouTube,
and @empressayeola / @jannettereid on Facebook.

Empress Ayeola showers gratitude on the Most High Jah, reggae legends, fellow musicians, engineers, producers, backing vocalists, and unwavering fans for their enduring support. Special appreciation is extended to her daughter Arielle Haynes, Miss Mervis Walsh, and Clive Allick for their invaluable guidance.

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Sampson Halm

Sampson Halm is a Ghanaian blogger.

Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

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