Arkaingelle launches second album

Conscious/Reggae Guyanese artiste, Roxroy ‘Arkaingelle’ Young returned to Guyana at the beginning of this month to launch his second album ‘Tru Da Fyah’ which he did at the Guyana Rastafarian Council Headquarters. The album consists of 12 originals.

Arkaingelle, who is dedicated to the Roots/Steppers and Rockers genres as well, upon his return did a video shoot for one of his songs on the album, “My Journey”. The album, he noted, was released sometime in July of last year through various social media forms.

“My music is rooted in the Rastafari culture and brings awareness on self; it speaks about African liberation, history and some theocratic elements. All of this help to edify my listeners… Anyone who knows what’s going on with the world today, or linked to Rastafari in some way can easily relate. I have fans who are not Rastafari but because they seek a similar lifestyle, they understand what the music is all about. So, tune in Guyana,” he said.

The singer/songwriter/producer noted that….

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