Jenifah Gad & Rupie Dan | Golden Spoon

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Golden Spoon

by Jenifah Gad & Rupie Dan

Indie Roots Rock Reggae duo bringing you their latest EP. Lyrically potent, beautiful harmonies, conscious message Music.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Golden Spoon
Rupie Dan
4:09 $0.99
2. Rock and Come On
Jenifah Gad
4:34 $0.99
3. Killa Kop Kulture
Jenifah Gad
4:22 $0.99
4. Little White Lies
Rupie Dan
5:53 $0.99
5. Love Is All You Need
Rupie Dan
4:19 $0.99
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Album Notes
Indie Roots, Rock, Reggae artists Jenifah Gad and Rupie Dan have forwarded onto the scene with a brand new EP called "Golden Spoon".
The Rastafarian wife and husband team have been making music for over three decades but took a break to focus on re/ establishing roots in Jamaica, to grow spiritually and live life.
"It was a busy time but very important for us to connect and reconnect with Jamaica", says Jamaican-born Rupie Dan. "Some of the main themes on the "Golden Spoon EP are drawn from our Jamaican experiences. Plus, Jamaica has a natural mystic vibe like no other country I know, so it was good to absorb and inject this into our music".

The duo, however still found time for creative collaborations in the interim. Jenifah joined the internationally renowned group
Black Uhuru on a three year contract in 2000, touring alongside famed musicians Sly and Robbie all over Europe and the US.
"It was a great experience working with Black Uhuru and Sly and Robbie", says Jenifah. "The knowledge gained is something that has definitely strengthened our approach to music in general. There is nothing better than solid, world experience".

Meanwhile Rupie began working with the late great Lincoln "Sugar" Minott as part of the Black Roots production team. Rupie, along with Sugar, co-produced Jenifah's single "Survival".
Now the singing, writing, and producing duo have re-emerged fresh and ready to go with "Golden Spoon", which features five superbly crafted songs.
The recordings were made in Jamaica and the UK, to achieve an harmonious blend of culture and sounds.



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