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From Yah to Yahweh

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

Just before Christmas became a concert record Live at Stubb's (JDub Records / SonyBMG) by Matisyahu released in Norway, but it received zero attention. No wonder, since this is a live record from an American reggae artist with just one album in the boot, the debut Shake Off the Dust… Arise (JDub Records 2004). In the US, on the other hand, Matisyahu Miller is about to become a star. Last year, he performed a 52-long, sold-out United States tour, and Live at Stubb's went straight into third place on Billboard's reggae list. He has signed a contract with multinational SonyBMG, and is about to record his second studio album with bass giant Bill Laswell in the producer's chair.

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What is so special about this Matisyahu? He is a stylish reggae vocalist with a solid three-man band in the back, and even though his voice fails a bit in the most low-key ballads, both toaster, rapper and beatboxer, he is very confident. But what really makes Matisyahu stand out in the crowd is his. . .

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