Roots reggae with a twist of love & reality

Cornucopia is the follow-up to EDGE MICHAEL’S sophomore CD, Rebel With A Cause. Known for delivering conscientious reggae with a hint of lover’s rock EDGE MICHAEL, nephew of reggae legend Peter Tosh, consistently delivers flava’ for your ear. Cornucopia, is loaded with tracks that will surely get your head bopping and your hips rocking. Symbolically released on the 1st day of spring, March 20, 2009, Cornucopia is an outstanding mixture of melodic reggae tracks, which provide a little something for music lovers of all ages. The first single, the ever-popular Delilah (remix), is picking up steam, and it is in line to become this summer’s underground party anthem.

With tracks like My Lady, You and I, You’ve Got My Love and EDGE MICHAEL’S reggae rendition of the Lionel Ritchie classic Deep River Woman, Cornucopia will surely appeal to the romantic in all of us. When singing ballads EDGE MICHAEL is often compared to reggae greats: Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Beres Hammond, Freddie McGregor, Lucky Dube, Maxi Priest and current hit makers Sanchez and Wayne Wonder, but it’s his ability to marvelously weave everyday experiences into song, that undoubtedly resonates with listeners. This talent is beautifully displayed on Help, Famine, Mr. Babylon, Lessons and Real Enemy. Also receiving considerable praise is the infectious track Same Faces, which is a riveting song about societies need for change. Simply put, Cornucopia delivers a smooth flow of emotional love songs and roots reggae with a twist of reality check about the times we live in. It’s not often that you can slip in a CD, especially one by a self-released artist, and joyfully listen from beginning to end but that’s what you get with Cornucopia

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