Impressive Israeli reggae band wants to work with Chronixx

Israel reggae band Zvuloon Dub System was warmly received during their performance on International Night 2 of Reggae Sumfest.

Although the eight member band didn’t sing in English, they were given great vocal support by the audience as they performed various reggae songs.

The talented lead singer of the band Yalo, who sang mostly in Amharic showed how versatile he was by switching to English as he delivered Road to Zion.

In a recent interview with Loop Jamaica, band member Asaf Smilan was asked which artiste he would most like to work with. Here what he had to say in the interview below:

  

Source: Loop Jamaica

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Evon Bennett
6 years ago

Reggae has gain international recognition that’s great but we should also never forget what the music represent and also remember it is seen as a threat to some people and what they represent..never forget Buju Banton and bum bye bye.

Shammua Mekonnen
6 years ago

I am going to check them out, see if they have any music denouncing what the IDF is doing to the Palestinians.

Shammua Mekonnen
6 years ago

I am going to check them out, see if they have any music denouncing what the IDF is doing to the Palestinians.

Shammua Mekonnen
5 years ago

I am going to check them out, see if they have any music denouncing what the IDF is doing to the Palestinians.

Evon Bennett
5 years ago

Reggae has gain international recognition that’s great but we should also never forget what the music represent and also remember it is seen as a threat to some people and what they represent..never forget Buju Banton and bum bye bye.