Rob Symeonn - Monkey Wrench [2014 "Indigenous" Album] by Jah Youth Productions published on 2014/04/15 10:19:20 +0000 Goldheart Music and Jah Youth Productions are proud to announce the triumphant new release from Rob Symeonn "Indigenous" .This is "The Spark Igniter's" third full length album and is available worldwide on February 18, 2014. This Royal offering has the perfect mix of Roots Reggae vibration, Rob's undeniably smooth delivery and Jonahgold's rich production quality."Indigenous" is truly authentic. The musical atmosphere is perfectly mixed; creating a Roots foundation that combines subtle instrumentation with infectious basslines, taut drums, pronounced key work and vivid guitar grooves. Rob Symeonn is an immensely talented singer whose commitment to spreading peace and harmony throughout the world is undeniable. This is REGGAE MUSIC. This messenger's lyrics are full of conciousness and bring upliftment and positivity to his listeners. "Rob Symeonn has the sincerity that I'm attracted to. He beautifully carries the torch of real spiritual Roots Reggae Music. His songs are both comforting and empowering. I feel honored to have the opportunity to make this artist shine. -Jonahgold This New Album"Indigenous" is a unity production and contains material from internationally recognized producers Jonahgold(Sweden), Victor"Ticklah"Axelrod (New York) and Jah Youth(Hawaii). Jonahgold has made an impact with monumental works with heavyweight Roots artist Daweh Congo and Sheya Mission. Ticklah is an independent producer whose been an intergral element of the NYC scene for over a decade. His old school influences are readily revealed on every track he contributes to. Hawaii's Jah Youth is a top notch producer whose mastery has resulted in great works from Daweh Congo, Perfect Giddimani and The Lambsbreads. Get ready for an instant classic for the ages..... "Indigenous" is truly timeless; with Rob's distinct and inimitable vocal style and brilliant scatting. His delivery is reminiscent of crucial Roots singers Barry Brown, Jacob Miller and Hugh Mundell."-Jah Youth Productions.