RASTA CALIENTE RIDDIM

RELEASE DECEMBER 3 2021

Worin Shaw Jamaican Recording Artist “Jah Bouks” is now producing. Jah Bouks along with his Colombian wife Carolina Shaw has is launched his new music label Angola Records with the release of the Rasta Caliente Riddim. No mention of Long Awaiting as it was the first production for Angola Records.

This twelve-track Reggaeton compilation features veteran Jamaican recording artist like Anthony B, Jah Bouks featuring Fantan Mojah, Turbulance, Ginjah, Lutan Fyah, Munga Honorable, Prestige and Lymie Murray as well several emerging talents like Jholi, Short Ghad, king Tappa and Tmo Tearz.

Desiring to explore new beats Jah Bouks and Carolina contacted Rickcardo Clayton Levy “Brilli” engineer- beat composer and ended up with a Hispanic beat Reggaeton with a touch of modern style.

Rasta Caliente Riddim features various artists trending in the reggae - dancehall industry who were interested in trying a new Reggaeton beats.

Jah Bouks wife added that Latin flavor giving the tittle Rasta Caliente because “Caliente” in Spanish means “Hot”.

Rasta Caliente Riddim will be Officially release December 3 on all streaming platforms.

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 As I would say 

Illey!

 

JAH BOUKS

Illey!!!!

Jah Bouks has made a huge impact as a gifted Music Artist throughout their career so far. Their range and talent has made them a true musical force to be reckoned with. Listen to their most recent work below.

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ABOUT JAH BOUKS

A Story Steeped in Sound

Born Worin Gerol Shaw, in the Winchester community of St. Thomas, Jamaica, Jah Bouks started performing at 12. His stage presence and maturity were evident, even this early on in his career. He was always a crowd favorite. He performed at many community stage shows and jam sessions where he commanded the stage, often outperforming original artists on their own songs. Before too long, he was penning his own music, expressing the plight of the people of the African diaspora, railing against inequality and injustice, and pleading for worldwide unity and love. 
Jah Bouks’ work is of a higher calling of consciousness and continues both on and off stage with youth empowerment, juvenile rehabilitation, and community development. Following a string of singles, Jah Bouks struck gold with his self-penned 2013 mega-hit “Call Angola.” Jah Bouks’ music has taken him into youth empowerment and community renewal. He pairs his roots reggae sound with reggae righteousness and conscious lyrics. 
In 2020, after watching a world in flames, Jah Bouks decided to pour his meditation and efforts into creating an album, and the genesis of “Long Awaiting” was born. The 12-track album ranges from love songs to social criticism to the need for a spiritual connection with nature and God. The opening track “One Hit Wanda” is an apparent jab at those who considered Jah Bouks just that, a one-hit-wonder. But clearly, Jah Bouks is here to stay