NEW RELEASES 2018
MUSIC OPENS DOORS TO THE HEART ...
MYSTIQUE PRODUCTIONS INTENDS TO FULFILL THEIR PROMISE OF GREAT NEW RELEASES 2018!!!
Music appears to accelerate brain development in young children, particularly in the areas of the brain responsible for processing sound, language development, speech perception and reading skills, according to initial results of a five-year study by USC neuroscientists
WHICH IS WHY WE STRIVE TO PROVIDE MOSTLY INFORMATIONAL AND POSITIVE CLEAN MUSIC EVEN YOUR CHILDREN ARE ABLE TO LISTEN TO!
ALTHOUGH, OUR NEW RELEASES IN 2018 MAY HAVE A FEW EXPLICIT TRACKS WHICH WE ENSURE TO LABEL AS SUCH. MOST OF OUR MUSIC ARE 100% CLEAN IN LYRICS!
Here is a small peek into the unknown!
As Always we value your continued support
TEN INTERESTING FACTS I STUMBLED UPON, COMMENT ON THEM IF YOU WISH...
- In the Caribbean, February is Reggae Month
- The Rastafari practice of Ital – all about life energy - means many reggae musicians are vegetarian, including the late, great Bob Marley. Because meat is dead, Rastafarians believe it works against life's energy
- Bob Marley's band The Wailers was once sacked on tour as a support band because they were proving much more popular than the main act
- Marley's last words to his son? "Money can't buy life."
- 'Skinhead' reggae, faster and louder than normal, arrived in the late '60s when a bunch of reggae artists started writing lyrics and music targeted at the growing skinhead movement... which in those days had nothing whatsoever to do with racism. Quite the opposite
- Skinhead reggae bands include Toots & the Maytals, John Holt, and The Pioneers
- Bob Marley had numerous legitimate children - it could be eleven, but it could be more... while it seems a bit out of order over here, Rastafarians believe in free love
- Like many reggae artists, Bob Marley believed cannabis was a healing herb and he was keen to support its legalization
- Reggae developed after rocksteady, which in turn was born of ska. The chords are usually played on the off beat, AKA the skank. It's played in 4/4 time with really simple chord progressions and loads of heavy bass
- Reggae has spawned more than 15 different musical forms in total