Caribbean Pulse is a very dynamic and powerful Reggae Band based in
Caribbean Pulse is made up of three core members, group leader and founder
William Smith (Rhythm Guitar) and his brother Jason "Bassy Jay" Smith (Bass)
and Ezzy Judah (Lead Vocalist & Percussionist).
The complete line up for the band also includes Santa Davis on drums (Bob
Marley, Peter Tosh), Michael Hyde on Keyboards (Big Mountain, Wailing Souls)
Gil Smith on Keyboards (Lil Wayne, Chris Brown) and Steve Verhault lead
guitars (Barrington Levy).
Fabian Cooke who is famous for producing the song titled Hakuna Matata (Walt
Disney) that was featured on the soundtrack of the smash box office hit film
The Lion King, is one of the band’s main producers.
Just about decade ago Caribbean Pulse made it’s mark on the Reggae music
world with hit songs such Dry Your Eyes ft Tony Rebel and the Billboard
charting Jah Is My Rock ft. Damian Marley. The success of these singles
fueled the groups popularity among Reggae fans worldwide and within no time
the group was being touted as one of the best new bands in Reggae.
Such was the musical impact of Caribbean Pulse, that group was requested to
perform in Jamaica, Europe, the far east and all over the US.
Caribbean Pulse released two critically acclaimed albums Unity in 2000 and
Stand Up in 2003.
The group went on a musical hiatus in 2004 as the members of the band
decided to take time out to pursue other ventures. However not being able to
shake their passion for making good Reggae music, the members of the band
have regrouped and are now working on their third album, Yesterday, which is
slated to be released in 2016.
The first single off the album titled Blessed, was released on November
1st. Launching on the island of Jamaica, the single was premiered on the Barry,
G show on MELLO FM, Kingston Jamaica. This included a simulcast
incorporating Belize (Krem FM) and Maui (Q103 FM).
Blessed, will be supported by major promotional and publicity campaigns in
the US and the Caribbean. One month after the debut in Jamaica, every single
radio station on the island of Jamaica will all join forces and play
Blessed. The album is scheduled for worldwide release in the Spring of 2016.
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