Jah Creed Productions Presents Ras Shiloh with Khari Kill & Jah Warrior Shelter Hi-Fi for Rasta Elders Medical Supplies & Aid Pledge
Tuesday, February 14
Doors at 9 PM
21 and over
Thy blessing to I and I O JAH. Let the hungry be fed, the naked clothed, the sick nourished; the aged protected and the infants cared for. -Ethiopian Prayer
Brooklyn born Reggae artist Ras Shiloh is a conscious modern roots singer in the same vein as late great Garnett Silk, his mentor. Doing Jah Works Ras Shiloh started alongside Bally’s International sound system from Brooklyn New York. Through the release of 5 albums Only King Selassie (2007) Coming Home (2007) Listen Well (1999) Many of our introduction in 1998 of Ras Shiloh came by way of his CD release of Babylon You Doom (1998) and continuing to do Jah Works releasing a comeback album From Rasta To You (2002). Conscious lyrics, earnest vocals (reminiscent of Garnett Silk) and straightforward roots music delivers the sweet sound of reggae. With his unique sound and a much anticipated live performance. The ambassador of sound and substance Ras Shiloh nonetheless makes the most of the music, his emotive vocals squeezing out inspirational intelligent lyrics, rootsy yet catchy melodies and good riddims.
Talented Reggae and Soca artist Khari Kill, born in the ghetto of La Horqutta in Trinidad, recorded his first song in 2005 on Massive B’s Truth and Rights riddim. “I hope the world gets to know the name Khari Kill and what I represent. But what I want most of all is for the people of the world to take the words of these songs and instill the inspiring lyrics into their daily lives.” – Khari Kill. Khari Kill debute single Picture of Selassie I in 2005 since has released other hits 2006 As I Am, Top Rankin, Mad Cow, Bird Pepper, 2007 Life and a new soca rythm Ethel 2012. His gift of song writing makes him one of the most versatile reggae artist who performs with energy and a high spirit speaking against oppression, poverty and injustices. Delivering the message Khari Kill has taken the stage in Europe, the Caribbean Islands and across the US.
JAH CREED Aged Protected Productions is on a mission to promote the creed. The creed is part of the ethiopian prayer that is implemented at the beginning and ending of rasta ceremonies in the churches of Rastafari. The shows intention is to gather pledges from the audience of any medical supplies or aid for rasta elders who have paved the way of Rastafari. Forms will be at show for pledgers to print name, phone, and e-mail. Jah Creed Productions will contact you with a date, place and time to collect any wheelchairs, crutches, canes, walkers, etc. By attending the show you will be contributing to the purchase of a shipping container, customs fees and the expenses of receiving to Iyabinghi camps in Jamaica.