ROOTS AND CULTURE REGGAE BAND ROYAL KHAOZ JOINS 9 MILE MUSIC FESTIVAL LINEUP – LATEST SINGLE “SHOW ME YOUR MOTION” NOW ON TIDAL RISING: REGGAE PLAYLIST

(Monday, February 25 – New York, NY) – Rising roots and culture reggae band, Royal KhaoZ, has officially joined the line up of 9 Mile Music Festival taking place in Miami, Fl on Saturday, March 9. They will be joining the likes of Nas, Julian Marley, Barrington Levy, Shabba, Sizzla, Spice, Capleton, Busy Signal and more. The guys recently opened up for The Skatalites at Brooklyn Bowl in New York and performed during New Kingston’s Bob Marley Tribute at SOBs earlier this month.

This Bronx based group is steadily hitting the music waves. They have already worked with some of the most renowned reggae legends (Toots & the Maytals, The Wailers, Kranium, Luciano, Sister Nancy, and Roots Percussionist of Chronixx & the Zincfence Redemption) over the years. Thriving on their roots and culture, Royal KhaoZ’s music focuses on positivity, love, and empowerment.

They recently premiered their latest single “Show Me Your Motion, on largeup.com, which is also featured on the TIDAL Rising Reggae Playlist. As they gear up for their sophomore LP, due out later this year, they continue to push the bar with reggae music on the forefront of mainstream platforms all while spreading empowering messages with popular tunes like “Walk with Jah,”a hit from their 2016 EP, Release the Pressure.

Not only do they make music but they create a safe space for other artists to do the same. On Thursdays they host a live intimate jam session,Voice Out Jams, in their Bronx recording studio where they encourage and invite all creatives to share their artistry in a safe and supportive environment. The likes of Junior Reid, Juno Award winning Canadian Reggae artist Kirk Diamond, Roots Percussionist, Keisha Martin,Kiprich, Derrick Morgan, Lila Aike, Shuga, New Kingston, Naomi Cowan, Carlene Davis, dancehall artist Kemar Highcon, Alandon, and more have already blessed the stage with their presence. Click here to view one of the sessions – you can check the band out at the 19:50 mark.

 

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