Barry O'Hare produced his astonishing debut album Militancy (Runn Records- Holland). The teachings of Marcus Garvey are featured heavily on "Militancy" which went over well amongst Rastafarians and conscious roots enthusiasts. Daweh Congo then propelled himself to the forefront of conscious roots reggae with his second album "Human Rights & Justice" (Roots and Culture Records- N.C.). Daweh’s mesmerizing voice catapulted “Human Rights and Justice” to the number one position on ireggae's top ten reggae albums for the month of May 2000. Vocally and lyrically Daweh Congo made such an impression that many Reggae fans regarded him as one of the most promising new singers. In 1999 Jet Star Records U.K.
released his third album "Guidance" (Jet Star /Charm- U.K.), recorded at Jet Star's "Cave Studios" in London. The release of “Guidance” immediately shot to number one position on ireggae's top ten reggae albums for the month of September 2000. Next up was JAH CHILDREN a 14 song album recorded at the legendary Tuff Gong Studios in Kingston, Jamaica for producer Andrew ‘Super’ Nash of SuperVibez Production featuring the likes of some of Reggae music’s most accomplished musicians, Franklyn ‘Bubbler’ Waul - keyboards, Chris Meredith – Bass, Wilburn ‘Suiddley’ Cole – Drums and percussions, Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith – Guitar and Dean Fraser on Sax. Daweh has performed in Europe and also did a short three state tour of the United States and several performances in Trinidad and his native Jamaica and in Sweden. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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