Online Reggae Magazine


Articles about reggae music, reviews, interviews, reports and more...

Prezident Brown and Rivah Jordan In Berkeley

Prezident Brown and Rivah Jordan In Berkeley

Prezident Brown and Rivah Jordan In Berkeley

By on - Photos by Lee Abel - 1 comment

Prezident Brown links with Rivah Jordan for EP Release Party in Berkeley, California.

Prezident Brown and Rivah Jordan

On February 23, 2012, a full house at Berkeley’s Ashkenaz Community Center celebrated 2 new EPs: Prezident Brown’s “Do Thy Work” and Rivah Jordan’s “Jah Works”.  Multi-generational and ethnically diverse, the vibes were sweet and joyous both on and off the stage.

Rivah Jordan opened the show. His father is Jack Radics so he’s no stranger to the stage.  With reggae in his DNA, this youthman is multi-talented. Recording artist, engineer, singer and producer, he’s also experienced in video and photography production.  No oubt he has a long career ahead of him. He wrote, sang, mixed and produced all the songs on his EP “Jah Works”.

Pure roots and culture, Prezident Brown has been entertaining, informing and inspiring music lovers since the 90’s and just gets better with the wisdom and energy of age. He performed from his extensive library, including Rough Road, along with his newest songs Do Thy Work, I Love Jah and Life is A Gift. Rivah Jordan co-wrote, produced and mixed Prezident Brown’s new EP, and sang backup on stage. Brown’s conscious uplifting lyrics were delivered flawlessly. Clearly he relishes his role and is highly loved and respected in return.

Yes Prezident Brown, “Life is a Gift” and so was your show.


Reproduction without permission of United Reggae and Lee Abel is prohibited.

Share it!

Send to Kindle
Create an alert

Read comments (1)

Posted by Celeste on 03.14.2012
I am so damn upset that I didn't get to this show! :-(

Comments actually desactivated due to too much spams

Recently addedView all

Var - Poor and Needy
27 Sep
Mortimer - Lightning
11 Aug

© 2007-2022 United Reggae. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited. Read about copyright

Terms of use | About us | Contact us | Authors | Newsletter | A-Z

United Reggae is a free and independant magazine promoting reggae music and message since 2007. Support us!

Partners: Jammin Reggae Archives | Jamaican Raw Sessions | Vallèia - Lunch & Fresh food | Relier un livre | One One One Wear