Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Friday, July 19, 2013
This is a dub mix from the iDrop Riddim mix sessions for the L81Z - "Brothers Keeper" track. Produced and Mixed by Jason "Jahson" Murphey for Rootstime production.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Rootstime Production is honored to present the iDrop Riddim (aka Rootstime Riddim): Various Reggae Artists project. The full length album is now available for digital download world wide. Copy iTunes web address link below to browser to purchase album or singles off album: Give thanks for the the support of all the various artists, musicians, studios, and engineers involved from around the world....Completion of the project would not have been possible without this collective effort; And for that we are truly blessed. Sample mixes from the iDrop album, along with exclusive dub mixes, and listen to other Rootstime prod. projects at Soundcloud/ Rootstime
Friday, March 22, 2013
Rootstime Production is now linked in with LinkedIn.com; fyi: one has to join LinkedIn.com to network on their site. Big respect goes out to Carlos Culture; https://www.facebook.com/carlosculture for the design of the Rootstime Production logo. This is the logo that will be featured on all works coming from the Rootstime production label. On that note, all tracks have been mixed and mastered for the upcoming compilation album: Rootstime Riddim (aka iDrop Riddim): Various Reggae Artists; and the hand-drawn artwork for the album cover came out beautiful. Currently the art is with our graphic artist who is adding the album credits to the custom cover art. Some big links are in progress for distribution in hopes of reaching as broad an audience worldwide as possible. All the hard work and collaborative effort on this album will soon be available to music lovers around the world. The live reception from artists that have already performed their tunes off the album at concerts has been likened to "medicine" for the musicians and vibes from the crowd response....Jah bless brother Ishmel Mcanuff for carrying his tune off the project all the way to Europe, where he witnessed a tremendous response from large festival crowds in France, Switzerland, and Germany, when his band performed his song, "Time a get Tough" live for the festival crowds in attendance. Give thanks for the love and support worldwide. Soon come with the full album release....In the good time, keep the love strong! Rootstime is now.
Monday, April 23, 2012
“Samething,” the debut 2012 single from the duo RoxiRock, rooted in reggae, combines a mix of soulful vocals, percussive drum and bass, keyboard, and rhythmic guitar lines. This original song is about the challenges young people face today, conveyed through "breezy" melodies and a driving rhythm section.
RoxiRock; Rakisha and Raquel Wilson, born and raised in Jamaica; grew up in a musical environment singing background vocals in the studio from an early age with their dad Rappa Robert (aka Musical Sniper). Many influences played a part in their love of all genre of music. Being constantly around musicians and artists, and the sound systems on the streets of Jamaica playing; Dennis Brown, Marcia Griffiths, and Beres Hammond; are some of their earliest musical memories still influencing them today.
"When we were younger we would hear more roots and culture music, and we never heard a lot of explict music like today; So our influences come from those roots reggae tunes and musical versions that actually had meaning to everyday people's lives and the things affecting them a that time." RoxiRock says.
"Samething" premiers RoxiRock's smooth vocals and contemporary lyrical content, and is an example that young artists can spread a conscious message while still maintaining a progressive and refreshing sound. Produced by Jason "Jahson" Murphey and Robert "Musical Sniper" Wilson for Rootstime Production llc (2012).
Saturday, June 18, 2011
Blessed love running things with Rootstime Production and Rappa Robert (aka Musical Sniper) roots reggae mission in the studio in Canada. Rootstime production world wide, blazing this love life fire on a new tune for Musical Sniper's new album. Big respect to engineer Steve for his skills, honesty, and support. Another tremendous tune comming through the blessings of the almighty Jah, all Angels, and suffering children world wide...InI are Jah Soldiers on a mission...More love, more life. Rootstime is now.
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
The "i-Drop Riddim" is combining beautifully with lyrics right now, and as the riddim meets lyrics in the studio, it has affectionately been dubbed the "Rootstime Riddim" as well. We are blessed to be working on a tune of this magnitude. And celebrate all the joy and challenges of life together with this song. Listen a clip of the riddim without lyrics on the previous post.