Considered a novice in the business, her resume is already impressive as the songstress worked with many notables in the music business such as on Barrington Levy album with a track titled, “Rosey”, and laid her vocals to the Grammy nominated album, “The Legacy” by Andrew Tosh. Tabeta gained recognition on controversial dancehall artist Tommy Lee Sparta’s hit “Spartan Angels”. Speaking on the young budding star, City Rock Ent’s CEO Marlon Baugh stated “Tabeta vocals are very powerful, she is beautiful, funny and witty. Her rendition of Nicole Scherzinger song “Run” are what caught my ear, it displayed her talent and range.”
While dancehall and reggae fans might be familiar with Delus as the older brother of a popular Dancehall Artist, Delus has effectively developed his own musical identity through his soothing vocal renditions and lyrical expressions. Those qualities are what stood out for City Rock Ent, “Delus’s raspy voice reminds me of an icon of reggae, a little raspy, shy but smart. Delus adaptability to both entertain, and be socially conscious make him a well rounded artist.”
Although City Rock Entertainment have made their mark in the business through various endeavors, music has become the forefront for 2016. Delus and Tabeta Cshae join Reggae artist Humility to the City Rock family. Speaking on the conscious reggae music, Marlon Baugh added “All three artists bring something different to reggae music. Humility has a vintage voice that reminds me of growing up listening to Gregory, his style is will appeal to grown people”.
Much is in store for City Rock Entertainment and their artists, but while cognizant of their many blessings, the label sense of community and giving back is at the forefront of their mission, and as the holiday season is upon them, City Rock pledges to give back and help spread cheers. “We have something in the works that will hopefully inspires others, the smallest gesture can have the biggest impact. City Rock Ent believes in paying it forward”.
SOURCE: MPR Consulting