On Saturday November 15th, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Judah Tribe reggae band will release the highly anticipated and controversial song Judgment. The song has garnered the attention of media and music industry insiders because of its fiery lyrics. The FREE performance will take place at as part of the BAMcafe Live music series. BAM has hosted many notable talents including; Langston Hughes, Paul Simon, Patrick Stewart, Mark Morris, Paul Goodwin and many others.
Starting today, until November 15th, Judah Tribe will be offering FREE downloads of Judgment from the band website www.JudahTribe.com. Judgment was written as a tribute to Sean Bell who was killed by NYPD officers on his wedding day. The song features lead guitarist of Judah Tribe, father-in-law of Sean Bell, Les Paultre. The release of the single will coincide with the 2nd anniversary of the incident.
Just too easy, to pull the trigger,
Just too easy, to gun down a brother or sister,
Limited copies of the Judah Tribe album sampler will also be available at the BAM bookstore. The CD contains Judgment, the highly political Sleepwalker and the love song Sometimes Love.
With a style reminiscent of the golden era of reggae music, Judah Tribe has honed its unique blend of soul reggae. Judah Tribe has captured the imagination of fans; comparisons to legends such as Bob Marley & The Wailers and Steel Pulse are not uncommon.
The music of Judah Tribe has been heard inside the walls of the United Nations as well as at many prestigious events including; Chase Sounds of The City at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Target 1st Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum, the Boston Music Festival & the CMJ Music Marathon. Judah Tribe has also been featured at the Danny Simmons Corridor Gallery, S.O.Bs and Galapagos in
Judah Tribe is led by singer/guitarist Josh David. Josh David has toured extensively with Little Jackie, Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest and has played with internationally renown artist Stevie Wonder, Common, Rene Neufville and Joy Denalane.
Together with music director & keyboardist Eric Toussaint, aka The General, Josh David has crafted a unique sound that is stirring lots of conversation. With members stemming from
Their music takes me back to the days of The Wailers, Jacob Miller and the real reggae giants.
[Renowned reggae artist Ed Robinson]
The music of
[Winston Watson of the legendary reggae group The Meditations]