Haleamano | Desert Shores

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Desert Shores

by Haleamano

reggae and dancehall, infused with subtle hints of R&B, rock, jazz, heavy metal, and big band swing
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. Inna Di System (feat. Pipe Roots & High Dro)
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2. Crown
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4:16 $0.99
3. It Was You
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4:09 $0.99
4. Party On Lock
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5. Sugar
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4:14 $0.99
6. Good
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4:39 $0.99
7. You're Wonderful
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8. Move With Your Body
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9. Fiyah
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10. My Kind of Lady
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“HaleAmanO brings to the Las Vegas music scene an energetic brand of reggae and dancehall, infused with subtle hints of R&B, rock, jazz, heavy metal, and big band swing. When asked what makes them different from other bands in the Las Vegas area, Ryan Fleming is quick to point out that most reggae guitar solos are subtle, but HaleAmanO uses "in your face" guitar solos. "We like to interact with the crowd and use choreography to keep the crowd alive. Showmanship is really important to us and we feed off of the crowd," he says. HaleAmanO loves to perform, but the support of their fans is what they appreciate and respect the most; quickly admitting it's the fans that define their success.”
— Jayson C. Barangan and Jill Emanuel, Kama'aina Magazine


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