Kingrasta21 Music released Natty Remo's second album, Musical Journey, as a full color digipak on April 15, 2012, following the December 20, 2011 online release through Zojak Worldwide. The first official video of the album, "Hustlers (On the Corner)" is to be released in early summer 2012. Natty Remo was quoted in a recent interview, "The Hustler finds a way to make a living in a system that’s not made for him." He continued, DJ'ing his response, '"Ghetto university, that's what them get. Street side knowledge a that them have to take."
Musical Journey offers 19 dancehall reggae tracks with authentic, clean, conscious lyrics. "No Spoil Up the Music DJ" calls upon artists to join the conscious reggae movement. "Culture Rule" with the line, "what them ago do to get the culture out” reminds artists to keep the roots and culture alive. “Cleanliness is godliness,” from “No Mix the Dutte wid the Clean," summons people to live clean.
Natty Remo was born Burchell Bailey in Kingston, Jamaica. He began his reggae career in Jamaica dancehall in the mid 1980s. Moving to New York City in 1988, he jumped on the reggae circuit as Captain Remo. He was soon nominated for DJ of the Year three consecutive years in a row by the Tamika Awards (NYC) and for Best New Artist in 1996 by the Binns Awards (Jamaica). Natty Remo has toured the U.S., Canada, Caribbean, and Europe with the likes of Dennis Brown, Freddie McGregor, Beres Hammond, Buju Banton, Mighty Diamonds, Junior Jazz, and Ragga Lox, to name a few. He's performed at Sting, Reggae Sunsplash, Reggae Sumfest, White River Reggae Bash, Western Consciousness, at colleges, festivals, and venues worldwide.
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