Silkki Wonda and Eesah’s recent performance alongside Zincfence Family during Wickie Wackie Music Festival showed true love for the art of reggae and freestyle music. After debuting several singles (Black Marcus, Natty Love, and They Don’t Know) from their newest joint EP titled, “Lords of the Land”, the two multi-talented artists and producers, reggae rocked the mic in seamless ebbs and flows. Silkki Wonda and Eesah were accompanied by the Zincfence Family crew and fellow artists; Chronixx, Teflon, Dre Island, Jane Macgizmo, and Ulo. The contemporary reggae group collectively introduced the vibes and set the tone for the duration of the evening. A warm, welcoming, and comfortable essence carried through the night as the remaining acts took the stage.
The Lords of the Land EP is a 6-track collection with the latest sound that is fueling the heartbeat of rootz reggae music coming out of Jamaica right now. Silkki Wonda and Eesah are two trendsetters among this leading generation of professional Jamaican musicians in their genre. A unique body of artwork compliments each single on the album. The unveiling of artworks as a whole from the “Lords of the Land” EP will showcase at the album launch in early 2016.
Their next performance is scheduled for December 12th at Nanook, in Kingston, celebrating Dre Island’s 1st solo performance with his full live band, Jah Kingdom Warriors. Silkki Wonda and Eesah will deliver an exclusive intimate performance of unreleased singles from “Lords of the Land” EP. For tickets to attend this event please contact 1-876-420-5207. Limited Capacity.