Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Kashu goes to Higher Levels

Kashu goes to Higher Levels

Monday, April 8, 2013

Coming soon .... Kashu's Birthday Bash !!!

Kashu's Birthday Bash June 15, 2013 with a host of special guests including Macka Diamond, Romaine Virgo, I-Octane , Eco Levi  and ZJ Johnny Kool   and much more backed by  the Moby's Band !!!

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Kashu Man- Mi Amor official video

Kashu Man delivers at Easter Touch Family Fun Day - Entertainment - Jamaica Star - April 3, 2013

Kashu Man delivers at Easter Touch Family Fun Day - Entertainment - Jamaica Star - April 3, 2013

Kashu Man delivers at Easter Touch Family Fun Day

Kashu Moby's Records recording artiste Kashu Man delivered a marquis performance during the Easter Touch Family Fun Day and stage show at Dave's Car Wash in Tollgate, Clarendon, on Easter Monday.
The singjay used his impressive vocals to bring soul and verve to songs such as The System, the poor people anthem Nothing Nah Gwaan, Mama, Mi Amor, and the ballad Double Love.
However, Kashu Man earned his biggest forward for Higher Levels, an uptempo hip hop-influenced song on which Kashu showed off his singjay skills.
The hometown boy was forced to pull up the song two times as he singjayed: "no waan bus again, ah plane mi seh/mi fly past dem bus and train mi say". The crowd loved every minute of it.
Kashu earned an encore and returned to the stage to do FromCampaign To Champaign, and Da Case Deh and closed his well-received set on a high note. Kashu's performance was so good that later that night, ace deejay Bounty Killer actually 'bigged' him up as he closed the night's festivities with a brilliant set of his own.
"Mi lock it down, proper, from start to finish, that was one of my best performances. Mi feel good. Right now, ah just more hard work in the studio. I have a tour lined up to promote my album in the USA this summer," Kashu Man said. "The thing look good."
Kashu Man recently launched his debut album, From Campaign To Champagne, earlier this year, at Moby's Entertainment complex, Clarendon.
The 15-track album is a beautifully produced fusion of reggae, dancehall, hip hop-flavoured reggae, R&B, reggaeton and even pop.
Most of the tracks were produced by Moby's head honcho Ryan Singh and Christopher Plummer, except for Mi Amor, which was done for US-based producer Sikona Blagrove of the Big Dreams label.
Kashu Man is the latest reggae force to have emerged from the parish of Clarendon. Hailing from Toll Gate, he distinguished himself when he was a teenager, as he was a deadly daCosta Cup star forward on his high school team at Vere Technical. He earned a certificate in construction engineering, but music remained his true and constant passion.
Kashu is also an ardent entrepreneur but has shows talents in the arenas of fashion designing, football and construction engineering. He also took on acting with a cameo appearance as Kango in the movie Out the Gate, featuring Paul Campbell and Oliver Samuels.
"The movie was released worldwide and is just now creating a buzz in the streets. People stop me all the while and say dem recognise me, and call me Kango. Mi did a wonder if the streets ah force mi to a name change, man, because everybody ah call mi Kango. It give me a great energy all over the world," Kashu Man said.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Kashu !!!

Blazing a trail across the landscape of neo-roots reggae, sing-jay Kashu is among the core group of new blood to emerge on a determined mission to heal the world with music. But what set apart this ultra- talented performer are his unique delivery style, his peerless sound and distinct raspy vocals, as well as a natural, inherent flair for lyrics construction. He continually shows versatility across different subject areas, his music spanning topics from human oppression, affairs of the heart to dance-floor party themes.

And even as Kashu continues to indelibly impress all who have come in contact with his music, he remains resolute that he needs no vulgarity to gain popularity. Kashu (formerly Cashew Man) has steadily carved out a place for himself performing all over: from major concerts in his hometown of Toll Gate, Clarendon in Jamaica, to big stages across Europe, USA and the Caribbean.

He has performed for thousands and has consistently elicited rave responses from every audience. A highlight of Kashu's sojourn was unveiled on May 5, 2001, when he was named national winner of the island-wide televised "Reggae Trail" talent search. From thereon, there has been no stopping Kashu.

Outside of music, his talents extend to fashion designing, football and construction engineering. He was a DaCosta Cup star forward on his high school team at Vere Technical, where he also obtained a certificate in Construction Engineering. Music however, he knows, is his true calling, and soon the moniker Kashu will be the name on the lips of music fans everywhere.

source; profile Reverbnation

Kashu - Double Love (Official Video) Mar 2013

Monday, April 1, 2013

Family Fun at Moby's (Star )

SHELDON WILLIAMS, Staff Reporter

Ryan Singh stands by the pool at Moby's.

THE STAR team journeyed to the streets of May Pen, Clarendon, on Monday to garner the views of the residents and to highlight their concerns and frustrations. The town's attractions were also featured.
Featured among the attractions is Moby's Family Recreational Centre at 12 Fernleigh Avenue described as central Jamaica's premier family recreational centre which places great emphasis on family-oriented entertainment.
The venue is also equipped with a four-and-a-half foot deep pool where swimming lessons are offered to both adult and children. They offer group packages to schools and private lessons.
Ryan Singh, managing director of the family-owned business, boasted that his centre has produced over 200 swim graduates so far.
good business
He said a class caters to no more than 10 students at any one time and is more focused on practical instruction rather than theory. He was motivated to offer swimming lessons to May Pen residents because of the absence of a centre that offers that skill in the parish.
"The main thing was that I wanted my kids to learn but I would have to take them to Kingston or Mandeville and it was too much of a hassle on weekends to bring them up and a lot of parents had that problem, so we thought that it would be a good offering to teach them here and that it would be a good business as well," he recalled.
Singh revealed that the centre also has a recording studio, a label and a grill and "we rent the venue for parties".
Singh said he has plans of expanding the family business to other parishes. "Yes, we're looking at some other area on the north coast. So, they have invited us to come and look," he said.