Lutan Fyah’s Big Break

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He grew up as Anthony Martin in Thompson Pen, one of many communities in Spanish Town that have been scarred by years of gang violence.Vocalist Lutan Fyah has a strong base in his community, but is still searching for the hit song to make him a household name.

The album Africa was released on December 9 by 2B1 Records, an independent company based in San Francisco, California. There are 30 songs on the two-disc set.

Africa’ contains most of the songs that have endeared Fyah to a hardcore audience. They include songs like, “De La Vega”, “Save The Juvenile” and “Outa Line”, none of which gained substantial radio rotation

On the album, Fyah collaborate with various producers such as Richard Bell of Star Trail and Sly and Robbie, there are combinations with Natural Black, Turbulence, Morgan Heritage,  Chezidek and Inner Circle.  

2B1 has a distribution deal with Sony International and will source Africa throughout Japan, Europe and South America.

To date, he has released six albums and toured North America and Europe. Lutan Fyah hopes his time will come in 2009.

Lutan Fyah’s Big Break

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