D-Achee | Alive

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Alive

by D-Achee

After 7 years of blood, sweat and tears it's finally done. A survivor of 9/11, this artist has created a fusion of ethnic world/caribbean/jazz/rock music that is unlike any music you've ever heard. It’s great to be ‘ALIVE’.
Genre: World: Reggae
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1. Ray Ray
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2. Come Go
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3. Love Warrior
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4. Beautiful U
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5. Emancipation
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6. Otonde
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7. Boom Boom
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8. Carnival Girl
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9. Black Crows
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10. Princess
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Nigel A. campbell

D'Achee is Alive!
New Jersey-based Trinidadian musician and singer, D’Achee had a storied career as a percussionist and hand drummer for dance troupes and popular bands in Trinidad before settling down in the US to begin a recording career. Seven years after his debut CD, he releases Alive as a kind of reflection on his survival after the 9/11 attacks at the World Trade Center where he worked. On “Black Crows” he sings, “2900 die, that’s why I cry. /I keep these secrets locked up inside my head. / Oh Jah, Lord a mercy, many of friends them dead.” An album featuring a modern ethnic fusion—sans genre— of soca, reggae, Afropop, hip hop and rock is anchored with D’Achee’s highly auto-tuned voice suggesting the surviving spirit. Lyrics contemplating joyful celebration and compassionate declaration represent the precise purpose why this album is both a commemoration and a catharsis. Put it on and dance!
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