Seattle, welcome Simba Puma Productions debut show in town, arriving with a big splash with cultural rasta singer, I-WAYNE.
I Wayne (born Cliffroy Taylor, Portmore, Jamaica), is a young roots reggae singer raised by his aunt and her husband Ansell Collins, the renowned keyboard player. This young artist has been refining his craft since age seven. Uncompromising dread-fire lyricism, a unique falsetto delivery, and comfortable voicing over both traditional one-drop riddims as well as 21th century synth-compositions, I-Wayne is known world-wide for his hit singles "Living in Love" and "Can't Satisfy her" from his debut 2004 album on VP Records, Lava Ground.
I Wayne’s first week sales from his second album Book Of Life (6 November 2007) took him straight to the top of the Billboard Chart at the #4 spot in the reggae category. This will be I-Wayne's first full tour of the West US Coast, and debut performance in Seattle.
On tour with I-Wayne is the culturally inclined reggae singjay Black Am I. This fresh new artiste hand-picked by none other than Daminan Marley, has already distinguished himself as a powerful voice of Jamaican music’s next generation. While he may be fresh to the music business, Black Am I has got ambition aplenty—and the talent and integrity to back it up. If you don’t know his name yet, then it’s time to get familiar. Click on Image below for full story.
LIVE SHOW WITH TOURING BAND
TUESDAY OCTOBER 28th
NECTAR LOUNGE, 412 North 36th Street, Seattle