FOUR-TIME NOMINATED FEMALE REGGAE ARTIST RETURNS TO THE JUNOS // .@AmmoyesMusic


FOUR-TIME NOMINATED FEMALE REGGAE ARTIST RETURNS TO THE JUNOS FOR A HOPEFUL 2018 REGGAE RECORDING OF THE YEAR

A powerful female singer/songwriter in reggae, a genre that makes prevailingly male hip-hop seem wildly progressive by comparison, Ammoye’s dazzling original music and unerringly upbeat worldview is the outcome of tremendous victory over adversary. 


With three JUNO nominations prior to this year’s 2018 Reggae Recording of the Year, Ammoye has been consistently performing at high-profile events and festivals around the world, including the 150,000-attendee EXIT festival in Serbia. The opportunity to sing at major festivals and shows on four continents has afforded Ammoye the blessing of sharing the stage with before-mentioned marquee artists as well as with Chronixx, Romain Virgo, Chris Martin, Tarrus Riley, Barrington Levy, and fellow Toronto-based Jamaican transplant Exco Levi. 

Ammoye’s extraordinary and sprawling new album, The Light, which includes the thoroughly irresistible, keyboard-goosed smash Sorry, features collaborations with top Jamaican reggae talent including legends Sly Dunbar and Lenky Marsden, acclaimed songwriter Mikey Bennett, and Donovan Germain of Penthouse Records and Natural High Music.

Ammoye is as comfortable singing dancehall gospel, soul and R&B as she is soaring above an ace reggae groove. 


   Canada’s Reggae Queen returns to 2018 JUNO Weekend
                       The 2018 JUNO Awards, hosted by Michael BublĂ© (12x JUNO winner), will                           broadcast LIVE nationwide from Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Sunday, March 25 at 5 PM PT
 / 8 PM ET on CBC, CBC Radio and globally on cbcmusic.ca/junos.

WHO:             Multi-award winning Reggae artist, AMMOYE, is nominated for a fourth                               time at the JUNO Awards with a 2018 Reggae Recording of the Year                                   nomination for her latest album, The Light.

WHEN:           Saturday, March 24, 2018 and Sunday, March 25, 2018 

WHERE:         Rogers Arena, 800 Griffiths Way, Vancouver, BC V6B 6G1, Canada 


ABOUT AMMOYE

A powerful female singer/songwriter in reggae, a genre that makes prevailingly male hip-hop seem wildly progressive by comparison, Ammoye’s dazzling original music and unerringly upbeat worldview is the outcome of tremendous victory over adversary.

With three JUNO nominations prior to this year’s 2018 Reggae Recording of the Year, Ammoye has been consistently performing at high-profile events and festivals around the world, including the 150,000-attendee EXIT festival in Serbia. The opportunity to sing at major festivals and shows on four continents has afforded Ammoye the blessing of sharing the stage with before-mentioned marquee artists as well as with Chronixx, Romain Virgo, Chris Martin, Tarrus Riley, Barrington Levy, and fellow Toronto-based Jamaican transplant Exco Levi.

Ammoye’s extraordinary and sprawling new album, The Light, which includes the thoroughly irresistible, keyboard-goosed smash Sorry, features collaborations with top Jamaican reggae talent including legends Sly Dunbar and Lenky Marsden, acclaimed songwriter Mikey Bennett, and Donovan Germain of Penthouse Records and Natural High Music.

Ammoye is as comfortable singing dancehall gospel, soul and R&B as she is soaring above an ace reggae groove.



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FOUR-TIME NOMINATED FEMALE REGGAE ARTIST RETURNS TO THE JUNOS // .@AmmoyesMusic FOUR-TIME NOMINATED FEMALE REGGAE ARTIST RETURNS TO THE JUNOS // .@AmmoyesMusic Reviewed by Tony G on March 22, 2018 Rating: 5

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