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Naya Rockers | Naya Sound System
Can’t Fool We
The Naya Rockers are back with a remaster of their much-loved 2014 studio album, Naya Sound System. It features plenty of good vibes, irresistible riddims, and star collaborations across its nine tracks featuring: Kiddus I, Mikey General, Frankie Paul, Big Youth, Errol Dunkley, Johnny Clarke and a dub remix by Mad Professor
Naya Sound System first came about when Nathan Sabanayagam, drummer and one half of the Naya Rockers duo, started travelling to Kingston, Jamaica in 2004. With riddims recorded from his band back in Boston in hand, the idea was to collaborate with other musicians.
Illusions feat. Kiddus 1
Can’t Fool We feat. Mikey General
Don’t Give Up feat. Frankie Paul
Cast Thy Bread feat. Big Youth
My Lady feat. Errol Dunkley
Reggae Train feat. Johnny Clarke
Babylon Stress feat. Prince Theo
Juggling feat. UT Ras
Illusions (Dub Version by Mad Professor)
About Naya Rockers
Naya Rockers is the house band for Naya Records, anchored by US-based drummer Nathan Sabanayagam and bassist Nate Edgar. They have individually and together spent the past two decades touring and recording with leaders in reggae, including: The Skatalites, Stephen Marley, John Brown’s Body, Kiddus I, Barrington Levy, Bushman, Earl Chinna Smith, Ernie Smith, Big Youth, Junior Reid, The Congos, Johnny Clarke, Ken Boothe, Mikey General, Tinga Stewart, and The Toasters. They’ve also worked alongside the next generation of rising reggae stars, including: Kenyatta Hill, Asadenaki Livingston, Blakkamoore, Addis Pablo, Iba Mhar, Hector Lewis and Jah’Mila Smith.
About Naya Records
After a ten-year hiatus, Naya Records has officially re-launched and is back with releases with legendary reggae artists such as Clinton Fearon and second-generation reggae artists, Iba Mahr and Blakkamoore. With numerous partnerships in place with iconic brands such as Fender and their educational sector, Fender Play, we are bringing the roots of reggae back with a revolution of positive vibes. Naya aims to set the standard for the new reggae, dancehall and roots scene worldwide with a message spreading health, and both spiritual and environmental consciousness.