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OctaviaMusic “Keeping Music Real,” is probably a cliché borrowed from the nineteen sixties and seventies. But it is nevertheless just as important today as it were then. Our view is to have musicians playing the music in its genre, thereby that genre can be developed to its potentials. What do we mean by that? Well, our example is Reggae: In the nineteen sixties and seventies when Reggae was just an idea derived from Ska and Blue Beat music in Jamaica and London by West Indians and being developed, with groups like “Burning Spear, Toot and the Mattels and others. And even the early releases of Bob Marley. Reggae was intuitive and inspiring. There were lots of ideas that were in the mix that got left behind, when those with their eyes on making money stepped in. To be earnest, you could say that about all the genre in music, like Jazz, Soul, Gospel, Country. We have no objection to Jazz/R&B mix and that goes for all other
Maibba's long awaited studio album is being crafted as we await the result. I had the pleasure of visiting and spending some time with Maibba, and from what I have seen and heard. This album would be well worth the wait. My visit was for a couple of hours, but it was well spent, both enjoyable and educational. To tell you the thruth, I didn't want to leave. It was only when I left I, I were able to bring to mind all the things I had schedule to complete before sundowm. Sound like a cowboy. "Before sundown." But seriously fans, You will be justified spending your lunch money on the new album when its release. I am just giving the head up, so you will stay in touch with my blog and other publication, to know the release date.
I tried to get a presumed date for release. But the record company (Octavia Records) were keeping tight lips. I do know that Maibba would get the word out to her fans through her social media, when the