YORK (Natty Posse Entertainment) - On Tuesday, May 17th 2005 Kidd Rasta
& The Peacemakers, along with Natty Posse Entertainment,
UrBANSPACEonline.tv, CKLN & CHRY present the release of Whose
Planet Is It Anyway? at the Reverb, 651 Queen
Musically, this album is a wild mix of style and sound, while the theme remains to stand up and fight as you live and love.
albums have already shaken the streets of Toronto; this is the album
that will shake the world. Nine Miles  and Musical Messengers
 were released with critical acclaim. Kidd Rasta and the
Peacemakers toured Europe
and North America
spreading their infectious
reggae-pop fusion and positive message. Now, they are set to do so
again with some help from new players and influences.
Kidd Rasta [Clement De Luca], was joined in the making of this new
album by Asian Dub Foundation
member and drummer Rocky Singh. The album
began its creation on the road in 2003 while Kidd Rasta was touring
England and Italy with ADF.
The first songs of Whose Planet Is
It Anyway? were written by Kidd Rasta and Singh as the tour ended. With
Rocky Singh producing and playing, Kidd Rasta found new inspiration for
conscious and eloquent lyrics and melodies.
Whose Planet Is It
Anyway? heralds some important expansions in musical scope for Kidd
Rasta, known already for his daring fusion of roots reggae with pop and
ska. The new project injects breakbeat & electronic rhythms into
the dub mix, hitherto foreign to the reggae market, but already well
established as a musical form by bands like ADF, Bedouin Soundclash
Primal Scream. This CD invites rock, breaks and two-step-garage
enthusiasts alike to enjoy the Kidd Rasta experience.
& the Peacemakers are already known for their energetic stage shows
and lively proliferation of good vibes and great music. This show
promises to enlighten, expand and exhilarate the audience's perception
of music bringing together listeners of Reggae, Breaks 'n' Garage, Dub
and Rock music.
We invite you to join us at the Reverb, 651
Queen St. W. on Tuesday May 17th to witness history in the making, as
Kidd Rasta and the Peacemakers are joined by the UK's Rocky Singh, the
Natty Posse Band and DJ, Chocolate, also from CKLN 88.1FM.
open at 8:30 PM and the show starts at 9:30 sharp. Admission is $10
which includes a free copy of Whose Planet Is It Anyway?