Matisyahu first made a name for himself with his album Live at Stubbs, and Youth quickly followed. Both albums subsequently went Gold and Youth was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album. 2009¹s Light reached #1 on the Reggae Albums chart and stayed in the top spot for 34 weeks. His fourth studio album, Spark Seeker, also debuted at #1 on the Reggae chart, marked his relocation from Brooklyn to Los Angeles and found him working with Dr. Luke protégé KoOoL Kojak. Akeda (out June 3rd), Matisyahu's fifth studio, was recorded in Brooklyn¹s Studio G and produced by Dub Trio¹s Stu Brooks. The material for the album was written both in Matisyahu¹s Los Angeles home and while on tour. Matisyahu states, ³This record and period of my life deal with madness, listening for and following the inner intuitive voice, a small still sound. This record deals with love, with feelings of brokenness and humility, with humanity, struggle, and sacrifice.
The musical forecast this week: A little bit of everything, with some big names visiting our little beach town to perform in some intimate settings. Start off your week with a groovy, mellow vibe and end it wild and sweaty. Monday, February 15 Matisyahu at The Catalyst Club Atrium Long before “King Without a Crown” was…
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