“Deliver Me” is the latest release from Reggae Roast and features the labels front man Ramon Judah on vocals.
Ramon has been with reggae Roast since its inception 5 years ago yet incredibly this is his first official release with them. The cut sees the label take a more digital direction but as with all their rootsier material it is done with great style and is sure to rock crowds from the dancehalls to festivals alike.
Reggae Roast veteran MC Ramon Judah was born into a musical family in Liverpool in 1968. His father, Sugar Deen, a Merseyside legend from the 1960 influenced many musicians including Sir Paul Mcartney and gave Ramon the foundation to forge his own musical career as one of the most talented and conscious MC/singers in the UK roots scene.
RSD (Rob Smith) is as integral to the Bristol sound as any of his mainstream-approved counterparts. After his legendary work as Smith & Mighty, RSD is once again at Bristol's cutting edge, aligning himself with the city's inventive dubstep scene. Nottingham’s finest Adam Prescott, and newest member to the Reggae Roast team, combines rough and tough roots music with a modern injection of dubstep. Brighton based jungle/DnB/dub duo Kosine & Dialect have recently remixed tracks for the likes of Congo Natty and Serial Killers.