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The Push Band


The Push Reggae Band is the brain child of bassist Daniel Gabriel and lead vocalist Darrel Belle. Both being from the Seychelles islands they bring similar influences and visions to the band as well as some creole flavour. The band started in 2012 just jamming in the garage and playing small shows. It wasn’t until 2015 when drummer Paul Duncan joined the band, it started reaching new heights. An unstoppable drum and bass partnership. From then the band have gone on to preform in some of Melbourne’s iconic venues as well as Werribee Zoo and the reggae boat cruise as well as festivals including - waterfront festival, Emergenza festival and Jamaican Music and Food festival.

The Push Reggae Band are roots, they stand for honesty, integrity, humility and most of all unity. Keep your eyes out for The Push Reggae Band as 2020 will be the year of new music. 


The track ‘Earn a living’ takes us back on a journey that started ten years ago at the inception of The Push Reggae Band. Fast forward to 2020 with COVID-19 and widespread down turn in the global economy, we felt that this track had finally found its space. Being denied of one’s simplicity as Bob Marley once sang. As much as the collective progress of man kind is of the utmost importance we must insure that our rights are not infringed upon. Certainly not to the point where we are not able to trust our own instincts and live a simple life. After all we are children of Jah. Roots. 

Our producer Pat Barallon has really stretched this track to its limits. Recording a whole band from scratch is no easy feat. The usual suspects are all on this track. 

Drums by our very own Paul Duncan. Bass by Daniel Gabriel. Keys and “magic” from Riccardo Barbarulo. Guitar and lead vocals and Co producer Darrel Belle. Backing vocals by the wonderful Stella Savy. Turn it up and enjoy!

SK Simeon


SK Simeon has been performing in Reggae and Dancehall scene  in Australia since early 2011. He takes on Singjay Style, which involves singing and toasting in Luganda and English, the former being his native language from hometown of Kampala, Uganda.
SK Simeon summons a wholesome and energetic atmosphere wherever he performs and he’s played at numerous Reggae, Dancehall and Dub showcases including: “I love Dancehall”, “More Fire” and “The Afrobeat Edition of the Foreign Brother’s”.
SK Simeon has graced stages at well-known festivals such as “The Island Vibes Festival” in Stradbroke Island  and  at the first ever “African Festival” held in Melbourne . “The Africultures Festival” in Sydney ,  “The St. Kilda Festival” in Melbourne  and at the “One Day Carpark Carnival”, Sydney. Due to his brilliant musical career and demand, SK Simeon, was invited in  by Redbull Music to perform in Sydney at the “Redbull Sound Select” and at “Splendour in the Grass Festival” in.

SK Simeon - Matooke *Shatta Fix* Promo Video

Disun Future

African Defender


Disun Future started his music career at an early age as part of Bobi Wine's Fire Base Crew in Kampala City Uganda. His love of music and performance is unstoppable and with time and experience he began producing his own music through Future Recordz and received airplay on both national and international frequencies. He is currently based and managed in Melbourne Australia and is looking to widen his horizions to the North American MarketsHe is known for giving 110% in high energy, fun and genuine performances and loves engaging his audience often getting amongst it to dance with the crowd.Disun Future's music has since taken him around the globe on a world tour, through Dubai, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, East Africa and Australia, sharing his special brand of Reggae music with the world.


Disun Future ft Jah 7

Here Disun Future sings about the girls of Uganda and colours of the flag which is Black Yellow Red

Marvin Priest

Marvin Priest, is a British-born, Australian-based singer-songwriter. Marvin was born on 27 October 1981 in Lewisham, London, England and is the son of reggae singer Maxi Priest.  As a child, Marvin always had an interest in music, growing up listening to R&B, hip-hop and reggae music and along with his siblings, travelled the world with his father.

I Tried

Marvin Priest

This classic lovers rock tune is so deep and mellow. I t makes you want to keep listening. Th ever evolving love story, this video speak to a romance gone wrong, with Marvin indicating that he didn't give up easily.... he tried.



Shottaz are two Zimbabwe born artists, Max Shotta and Hlats. Currently in Melbourne, Australia. Their sound can be described as "Dancehall Fusion". It's heavily influenced their love of the genre then mash it up with other sounds and life experiences, producing something out of the square, hard hitting, energetic, full of lyrics...
It's just different. Comprised of MCs Hlats and Max Shotta, the  group has built a reputation of delivering hard hitting lyrics.

Shottaz - Chimbambaira Feat. Nutty O

Taken from Shottaz 2019 EP, Vibes Up, this is the second single from the project. Produced by super producer Jusa Dementor, and featuring Zimbabwe's finest in Nutty O, this song is meant to ignite dancefloors near and far. Check out Chimbambaira Reloaded (Remixes) here: http://smarturl.it/shottazreloaded

Fyah George

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Fyah George

“Fyah” George Bailey was born on November 10, 1969.

While attending primary school, his passion for music grew as he was able to perform for his peers. Every day he would sing the songs of his favourite artists, including Dennis Brown, Bob Marley and the Wailers, and Freddie McGregor.

Fyah George’s first recording opportunity was in 1990 with Kirk Davis, a member of the Shocking Vybz Studio. Later he has recorded with Leroy Sibbles, King Jammy and Kirk Dennis, to name a few.

Fyah George has performed on shows like Nine Mile, Mx3, Launch Negril, Black History and Summer Swizzle.  

Fyah George has also shared stage with Luciano, Admiral Tibett, Beenie Man, Burning Spear, Silver Cat and Jimmy Cliff just to name a few.

During his years in the music business he has worked with several charities and peace initiatives doing motivational speeches and entertaining.

Fyah George is a righteous Rastafarian whose philosophy includes “Hold your head up high”, “Keep it above the water” and “Fight for what you believe”.

The Life of a Rude Boy

The Life Of A Rude Boy, a powerful song about life in the streets of Kingston over a classic heavy one-drop riddim, was the first release by Fyah George on Luckee Riddims in 2017.

Stick Mareebo

Stick Mareebo is a household name as a dj/entertainment in Australia. From singing the Caribbean anthem live on television at international Cricket competition to djing on biggest stage here Stick has done it all. He is back with a new project called "Cooking with Stick". Here he is cooking a full blown Jamaican meal and djing at the same time.

Cooking with Stick

Jamaican Steamed Fish

Jamaican food every day at my place - Today it's steamed fish with rice and boiled dumplings.

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