Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date

The Journeyman EP
Prezident Brown
Sound Killaz Music
CD (Limited Edition) / Digital Release
April 21, 2015

Track list
  1. Break The Cycle
  2. Sorrow feat. U Brown
  3. Journeyman
  4. Bullhead Mountain
  5. One Roar (Flying Lion)
  6. Never Be Ungrateful
  7. Cramp And Paralize
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)
Vocals : 4/5 Backing : 4/5 Production : 4/5 Sound quality : 4 Sleeve : 4
"I've got to pass ports, i've got to cross borders, where miles turn into kilometers, some folks say it's not good to travel today, but i've got to push on through any way... Journey on journeyman journey long, nobody knows the distance you go".

Since he emerged in the second half of the 80's Prezident Brown has been on a journey to 'edutain' the people. With his records and through his live performances he entertains, informs and inspires, bringing messages that are pure rasta conscious vibes. All of his albums, but especially his fourth album "To Jah Only (Praying For The World)" (1999), are worth checking if you love real reggae music. Early 2013 he released the "I Sound From Creation" album, which was preceded by the February 2012 released "Do Thy Work EP". The latter was done in collaboration with Sound Killaz Music, a production company run by the sons of reggae vet Jack Radics, Matthew Radics and Rivah Jordan.

Now there's the follow-up EP, the 7-track "The Journeyman EP", again the result of the fruitful collaboration between Prezident Brown's own Tower Productions and Sound Killaz Music. This brand new collection of tunes shows that, after all these years in the business, the Prezident is still in good shape. The listener is treated to a very solid set from this always dependable and capable artist, who is known and loved for bringing tunes with lyrics that are honest and somewhat serious in nature. Things get started with the beautiful, fresh sounding "Break The Cycle". It's a song that, after it has grown on you, gets you mesmerized. Just like on the "Do Thy Work EP", there's again a collab with U Brown included. "Sorrow" is a decent effort, which is followed by the Nyahbinghi flavoured title track "Journeyman", a great song for meditation. Those familiar with Prezident Brown's music know that he's a storyteller as once again can be experienced while listening to the solid "Bullhead Mountain". The conscious rasta vibes are omnipresent in the cultural piece called "One Roar (Flying Lion)". Big tune!! It's followed by the very enjoyable "Never Be Ungrateful" and the nice "Cramp And Paralize".

With this brand new EP, Prezident Brown proves that he's still an artist worth checking.