Jah Servant presents Love Beyond

Friday, April 26, 2019

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The Love Beyond is the title of Canadian company Jah Servant Records' latest rhythm-driven album, which was released on April 2. It contains songs by several artistes who worked on the label's previous compilations.

Heading the table of 11 songs is Grateful by veteran acts Papa Michigan and Fyah Wyah. The Philadelphia-based Fyah Wyah goes solo on a version of the song, also on the album.

Other songs on The Love Beyond include Works by Trinidadian deejay Jah Mender, Telephone Love by singjay Pinky Famous, Don't Give up The Fight from Derrick Lara of The Tamlins, and Photoshop by King Tappa.

Fyah Wyah, Jah Mender and King Tappa have appeared on earlier Jah Servant Records productions. The company, owned by Canadian Mark Giles, has released similar albums driven by their Cornerstone, Decisions and Life giver rhythms.

The Love Beyond is the latest effort by Jah Servant Records, which specialises in reggae, dub and gospel music. In March, they released Inna Word, an album by American singer Ione Angeles.

— Kevin Jackson

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