Royal Khaoz | Life: the Journey

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Life: the Journey

by Royal Khaoz

A Reggae fusion sound that has a throwback feel with a contemporary sound.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. Revolution
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2. Karma
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3:55 album only
3. Life
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5:01 album only
4. Party Night
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3:15 album only
5. Plan
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4:13 album only
6. Love Is Free
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3:59 album only
7. Mama
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3:16 album only
8. Irie
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2:42 album only
9. Emergency
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10. Rock My Boat
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11. Walk a Mile
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Album Notes
Royal KhaoZ boasts an six piece ensemble of music enthusiasts to create what they call Fusion-Reggae. Having formed this group only over a year, the band has accomplished what has taken well-seasoned musicians decades. They have shared stage with the original reggae band that backed the iconic Bob Marley--The Wailers, ska band The Big Takeover, reggae bands ROBANIC and Kiwi, and Bostonian blues singer Ingrid Gerdes, to name a few. Currently the band is working on a debut album/CD comprising songs written and arranged by its revolutionary young members to be released sometime this year. To understand the aim of this vibrant ensemble, one has to listen to the lyrics of their songs. They intend to challenge any audience to become a part of the unique experience and “dance, prance, and get lost in khaotic vibe.” They share that their sound is influenced by first-hand exposure to the legendary artistes they model like Bob and Dennis Brown, having grown up where reggae music was born-Jamaica. Tying these fundamental sounds with contemporary genres prove easy to this band and their tagline says all Royal Khaoz hopes to be here and now and years to come:
"An entrance with class and style - exit leaving destruction behind.”


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