Raging Fyah - Audiotree Live

by Raging Fyah

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Max Sommers I had almost come to the conclusion that great Jamaican reggae was a thing of the past. Thanks for proving me wrong, guys. A masterful piece of work.
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Raging Fyah are a traditional reggae band from Kingston, Jamaica. Their soulful sound exists to provide upbeat energy and positive vibes to listeners around the globe. Lead singer Kumar Bent lends a voice to Raging Fyah's dialectical lyrics; he speaks on themes of personal identity, the advancement of race relations and forward progress in their homeland. The band incorporates the use of multiple keyboards with classical tones fit for a tropical church service with elements of dub and expansive vocal harmonies. Their free-spirited approach to songwriting allows a vast range of influences to congeal into the final product of relaxing, patient roots reggae.

Check out the band performing new songs here on Audiotree Live.

Band Members

Kumar Bent - Lead Vocals

Delroy “Pele” Hamilton - Bass

Demar Gayle - Keyboard and Vocals

Andre “Spider” Dennis - Keyboards and Vocals

Courtland “Gizmo” White - Guitars

Patrick “Sean P” Andreson - Drums


released April 11, 2016


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