Released in March of this year, “The Black God” EP was only available for digital download via Karamanti’s personal bandcamp store; that is until a few days ago. Based on the increasing number of downloads it’s getting, coupled with the incredible feedback from tons of industry professionals (see responses below), Karamanti decided it was best to also place the EP on: iTunes, Amazon, Deezer, Google Play and Spotify.
Produced and Distributed by her own Blakkwuman22 Music label, “The Black God” EP features five tracks: three reggae, one dancehall and one hip-hop. It has collaborations with veteran roots reggae singer, Mikey General and African hip-hop artist, Obibini. With a very strong theme of black empowerment, this project has captured the attention of several reggae industry insiders. Here are some reactions from some of them after hearing the entire EP:
"Great music featuring a talented artist Karamanti. To be enjoyed and shared by all. A must for a reggae library collection. Rating 10 on 10....."
Donald Hall - Executive Producer & Radio Personality - Montreal, Quebec
Jahmekka Green - Selector & Event Promoter - Portland, Jamaica
"It is massive I like it and let the music play no matter where you are big op Karamanti"
DJ Blaze - Radio Personality & Club DJ - South Africa
“music up up up….”
Selector Ras Nene - Radio Personality - Ghana
Listen and download all songs: https://karamanti.bandcamp.com/album/the-black-god
For additional information visit Karamanti’s official website: http://www.karamantimusic.com/