MR AND MRS BROWN
SWEET VIBES AGAIN II
SUGAR AND SPICE
“URIGHT MAN” CLOUD TISSA X ANTHONY B
“Upright Man, feat. Anthony B” Tissa channel a voice for those who are exploited, who are marginalized, and oppressed.
“Upright Man“ is the voice of a leader, a man who wants to lead his people from their bondage and speak for the vulnerable.
The “Upright Man“ walks the proverbial walk.
The song´s melody is a groovy upbeat reggae with a mellow rock bouquet and intricate guitar play
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A Journey of Discovery, Love, Wisdom & Survival
From the exotic to the ordinary, from travels both physical, spiritual and mental transcendence across geographical lines within Africa, Europe, Asia and Usa, Cloud Tissa’s New album Survival 99 is marked by global samplings and fusion of excellent Reggae tunes. The album features Anthony B, Shamir, Didier Wayo and is loaded with hit-making potential.
“Cloud Tissa – Survival 99” Album Available on: iTunes, amazon, Spotify, boomplay and many more…
In his new album, Tissa remains faithful to his high musical and lyrical aspirations.On his song “Upright Man, feat. Anthony B”,
Tissa channel a voice for those who are exploited, who are marginalized, and oppressed. “Upright Man“ is the voice of a leader, a man who wants to lead his people from their bondage and speak for the vulnerable. The “Upright Man“ walks the proverbial walk.
The song´s melody is a groovy upbeat reggae with a mellow rock bouquet and intricate guitar play.
An original composition sampling Bob Marley’s Africa Unite, bringing together the sounds of African artists across the globe from the UK and the continent.
Artists from the track will be performing in Birmingham, UK on Wednesday 1st November for the launch party of ‘BASS2017
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Tissa — popularly known in Kenya for his hit collabo Physically Fit with Nameless — has performed around the world alongside other renown artistes and bands including former Bob Marley’s band The Wailers, Alpha Blondy, Sly &Robbie and Grammy winner Angelique Kidjo.
“After my project with Nameless, I went a little bit silent but I’ve been working. Working mostly from Europe may have made me a little bit anonymous from my Kenyan fans, but I want to assure them Read More
Now that we know the state of the music industry in Kenya, the good the bad and the ugly, what are you doing or what do you think should be done to change its face? Like Swaleh Mdoe puts it, its about time we music enthusiasts Tafakari!And we have rolled out heavy to see what can be done via #MusicMatters254 online.Follow the conversations when you get an opportunity.
Anyway allow me to take you through Kenya’s musical journey from where it all began, when Kenyan music was the vibe, and Africa knew this was the place to be and if you made it here, you could anywhere else, they said!
Music was BIG and Read more
Cloud Tissa is currently working on his new album for which the european well-known Roots Reggae Band House Of Riddim are currently working hard in the studio so that the first single will come out this autumn 2016 following with the album “Survival 99” in 2017. We are planning the international album tour for 2017, If you’d like to Book a show please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The new album “Survival 99” will combine different cultural philosophies, that Tissa experienced through his journey of love, discoveries, survival and insights. in terms of music, the Reggae Dancehall sound with swahili vibes will be experimental than ever before, joining different flavours of styles together meanwhile always reclaiming his thrive for best quality and professionalism. The internationally well-known Austrian Roots Reggae band House Of Riddim with whom Tissa is working on his new album, stands for first-class inspiration through grooving riddims and as top-address for Roots Reggae in the whole of Europe.
Cloud Tissa stands for boundless beat & dance pleasure, for explosive and professional performances on stage, and for his medial and humanitarian commitment for projects in Africa and its diaspora.