Reggae Artist Jahmings Maccow Releases New DVD "Free The Pain"
Los Angeles, CA (BlackNews.com) -- Reggae musician Jahmings Maccow instructs listeners on how to soothe their tortured souls with his new DVD "Free the Pain." It features the video for the first single by the same title from his latest album, Man Redemption. Vintage reggae at its best, Maccow melodically beckons his listeners to release whatever pain has been attacking their spirit. The "Free the Pain" video was filmed in his current home of Los Angeles, California and was directed by Salvatore Sebergandio.
During the video, scenes of Los Angeles are shown intermittently throughout displaying how the city known for its glitz and glamour, also holds painful realities many don't hear or see. One is their enormous homeless population of men, women and children, which is displayed in the video as well.
The dramatic guitar rift running throughout the song further emphasizes its deep-rooted emotion and serious subject matter. It wails beautifully and unmercifully as Jahmings beckons audiences to "free the pain running through their veins." "Free the Pain is my way of telling people that you are free to think as you please and you should not bombard yourself with how other people feel. Free yourself from the negative thinking of others but remember that every action comes with consequences so choose your actions wisely," says Jahmings.
A native of the Caribbean island of Anguilla, Jahmings has been performing since childhood but began his professional career as a teen after being discovered in the lobby of a New York Theatre. A former member of the bands Rhythm Dimensions, Catch-A-Fire and the Enforcers, Jahmings has opened for numerous reggae greats Ken Boothe, Alton Ellis, The Meditations, Israel Vibration, Dennis Brown and Culture. Jahmings is a staunch rebel against the commercialism of reggae and focuses his music on keeping it soulful with a genuine focus on its foundation of storytelling. He even incorporates R&B and rock into his sound and has been likened by many to reggae great Bob Marley. Jahmings writes and sings from his soul--embracing social and political topics and history and his words often direct his listeners to search within themselves for the answers to life's questions. He recently launched his own music label, Letmegoo Records to help him keep reggae alive and will embark on an international tour by the end of 2010.
The "Free the Pain" DVD is on sale now for $15.99 and can be purchased at www.createspace.com/288119. For more information about Jahmings Maccow, visit www.rebelsproduction.com.
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