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Zerby - Includes Hit Single "Damage" as seen on "Ugly Betty" Television Show

by Zerby

Zerby is the first white dancehall female reggae artist. She has shared the stage with Sean Paul, Beenie Man, Lady Saw, Bounty Killer and Beres Hammond to name a few.
Genre: World: Reggae
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sweetest Hangova
4:09 $0.99
2. Boast
3:50 $0.99
3. Tell Him No
3:17 $0.99
4. Wine
4:07 $0.99
5. Jah Is The Only Lord
4:15 $0.99
6. Blaze It Up
3:11 $0.99
7. Damage
3:38 $0.99
8. Body Wa Yu Have
3:25 $0.99
9. Man Fi Ready
3:10 $0.99
10. Pipe
3:55 $0.99
11. Matie Haffe Dead
2:25 $0.99
12. Can't Hold Me Dun
2:14 $0.99
13. Murder A Day
2:16 $0.99
14. Boy
2:31 $0.99
15. Winna
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Album Notes
What are the chances of a born and bred Midwestern female from a midwestern family becoming a reggae dancehall deejay? (Jamaican rapper) Pretty slim But the story of Zerby is nothing short of sensational. With a lot of guts, determination and talent, she defied the odds and has proven that she can “bust a mic” just as well as a Jamaican yardie. She threw herself into a world of the unknown and learned the know-how, survived, and has become the next female deejay sensation. Zerby’s lyrics include a broad range of topics from make-you-move dancehall to cultural lyrics that exercise your brain.

Nicole Williams was born in Ludington, Michigan on August 28, 1978. She spent all of her childhood in a town called Hudsonville. While she growing up there, she learned how to master many musical instruments including the piano, trumpet and bass guitar.

While she was attending Central Michigan University as a music major, she met up with the “Ark” band, who she went out on the road with as their new found member. “I linked up with them one night and played all the trumpet lines with their trombone player.” They then asked me to go on the road with them and I accepted. I didn’t want to sit in school; I wanted to travel around.” So that she did. Nicole moved with the “Ark” band to Columbus, Ohio, and found herself traveling all over the midwest and south as the trumpet player for the band. But because of artistical differences between rival siblings that continuously tormented the band, Nicole decided to leave.

Soon after the split-up, she met the “Ark’s” ex-lead singer (before she was a member), Ras Shaggai, and decided to help him form a new band entitled, “Liviration.” Her membership lasted three years with the group. During that period several things changed in Nicole’s life. First, she relocated to Youngstown, Ohio. Then “Liviration” recorded their debut E.P. “Liviration Posse,” which was released by the “Conscious Vision” label. After a year of touring the midwest as the band’s keyboard player, “Liviration” members Zerby and Ras Shaggai decided to pack up and move to St. Croix. In St. Croix, they played many local clubs including the Moonraker in Christiansted, where they performed for a standing room-only crowd every weekend, as well as toured the U.S. and headlined such shows as the Detroit State Theater. Later, Nicole decided to venture out to Jamaica and seek out her long awaited love-Dancehall Deejaying.

On her own, with her new found identity ZERBY (a coined name give to Nicole by Ras Shaggai) booked her own studio time at the famous Penthouse Studios in Jamaica. She soon linked up with George from the Firehouse Crew and produced her own collaboration tune with DJ Easy Fresh entitled, “Culture Shock.” This was released on the C&G label and was distributed by the Tuff Gong music group. Next to follow was her second single “Mash Up,” which was released on the Firehouse label.

Zerby has worked with many producers such as Sly Dunbar, Steelie and Clevie, and Bobby Digital to name a few. She has performed with several sound systems in Jamaica and received an overwhelming response at Star Wave, Beach Bash, the Mirage nightclub and Godfathers Night Club in Kingston, Jamaica. She has shared the stage with deejay greats like Bounty Killer, Beenie Man, Buju Banton, Spragga Benz and the great Beres Hammond.

In 2007, Zerby scored a spot on the movie soundtrack “Mo” starring Eric Per Sullivan (of “Malcolm in the Middle” fame) with her song “Boast.” She also had her hit single “Damage” featured on ABC’s UGLY BETTY Television show episode entitled “A Tree Grows in Guadalajara.” There is no doubt that Zerby’s positive influence and talent is opening many doors for reggae music.

Zerby now has a catalog of over 400 original songs. Check out Zerby's second album which is being released in the fall of 2008. For more information, please visit www.zerbymusic.com and http://www.myspace.com/wwwmyspacezerbymusic.



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ras aaron

zerby rocks the mic like she from yard
cd good packaging kinda cheesy but zerby sounds like she straight from yard


nuff respect seen wickedman dey hah look check mi out at myspae.com seen (j.rose
u defiently a do u thang nuff respect


Zerby Rocks
The music rocks.. great lyrics for island, gota hear it !

Cicada Ent

I came in expecting little, expecting a bad cd but this woman did her thing.. I left respecting her music... BLESS UP SISTA, GOOD JOB!

Paul Bunker

Zerby's CD is a must have for Dancehall Lovers
Plain and simple this CD is one no dancehall fan should be without. Riding the rythms skillfully with insightful and original lyrics that can only come from true experience in the Caribbean.
Top notch production and amazing technique and delivery.