Keith "Sodapop" Squire
Singer-Songwriter | Guitar | Producer
From West Palm Beach, Florida, Keith Squire (AKA “Sodapop”) sings for salvation. During his years of deep soul searching, Sodapop got divine inspiration while jamming at The First Church of Rasta (Los Angeles). This experience tuned Sodapop's sound to reflect the life bringing messages of Christ. Mixing his father’s love for soul music and his mother’s Jamaican heritage, Sodapop adds the right ingredients to satisfy your musical-spiritual thirst. The meaning behind his name does come with a story, but the moral is, people say the same things in different ways. Sodapop often labels his music as, “Soul.Roots.Indie.Rock.Reggae”, providing listeners with a variety of original flavor. Singing with a thankful heart, this Sodapop isn't bottled up!.
Richard "Rasta Rick" Ray
Band Leader | Producer | Drums | Guitar
Rasta Rick Ray, the former lead singer for Zions Door. "With a love for Rastafari and roots reggae music, my goal is to create conscious music using real instrumentation as much as possible". Rasta Rick sings lead/backup vocal, plays guitar, bass ,drums/percussion and keys on all his original songs. He is also an engineer and producer. If you need editing, mixing, mastering or maybe need a studio to track your drums and other instruments for you next album then consider Nazarite4Life Music & Production
Gerald "G" Belnavis
Lead Guitar | Music Advisor | Producer
This is Gerald Belnavis born in Kingston Jamaica is a Guitarist and record producer. A long career in the Reggae music industry, Belnavis was Managing Director at Main St Records. With partner Danny Browne Main St went on to become one of the leading labels and recording studios In Kingston with a roster of artists that included General Degree, Richie Stephens , Red Rat, Chrissie D, Hawkeye, and Lady G. Belnavis also founded All Access Entertainmen,t a music distribution and artist management company.
Bass Guitar | Producer
Rasta David Fuentes was born in New Jersey, US. His parents met there after migrating from Cuba and Puerto Rico. His musical journey began back in 2010 as a rhythm guitarist for south Florida reggae acts Camille Kaye and the judgment band and, Redlyte and the sound movement band. David then made the transition to full time bassist while playing with Hyah Energy Reggae Band out of Miramar, Florida and with Kokay and The Truth. On bass he has also backed singers Kaylan Arnold, TPO, Marquise Fair, M.Pres and reggae foundation singer Monty Morris. Some of major influences include family man of Bob Marley and the wailers, Sly and Robbie, Cultura Profética, Midnite and Zion I Kings, Flabba Holt and Roots Radics band, as well as hiphop acts such as Nas, 2pac, Notorious BIG, Outkast and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. Currently he is focused on keeping the fire burning by spreading original positive reggae music through his musical production as well as live playing.
Olen "Juzo" Whitely
Singer| Drums | Media
Olen " Juzo "Whitely is originally from Manchester, Jamaica, but made his way to Boynton Beach at the impressionable age of four. Olen saw himeself blossoming as a cute NFL player, but found more interest in his natural calling. With his outgoing personality and dedicated drive, it was ineveitable that when his feet touched the stage at his first talent show, his thirst for musical success woul propel him to defy the odds, something he has set out to achieve. Through a philosophy that only one person can stop him, which happens to be himself, he's is more than motivated to let his charisma impress the masses, and with his shoehorn charm and unique voice, he plans to do just that.
Gabriel "Militant" Benìtez Rojas
Keyboard | Producer
Born and raised in Miami, Florida of Spanish and Cuban heritage, Militant first started playing music and learning theory in middle school. Soon after, he began rapping and dabbling in hip-hop production. Militant began to listen to roots reggae at a young age and instantly could not live without listening to it on a daily basis. His interest in reggae led him to join a local roots reggae band in February 2015. Militant has been part of South Florida bands such as Red Lyte and Sound Movement, Kokay and the Truth, Sweet Justice, Yvad, One Tribe, and Reggaebrew. He also collaborated with Latin reggae singers/musicians such as Junglist of Negust Negast and Aguamala. Militant has also shared the stage with reggae legends such as Mykal Rose and Warrior King.