Threesome Treats you to Reggae Tunes

One of the best decisions of their lives has been to become musicians. The second best has been moving to Goa. Reggae Rajahs.

Published: 20th December 2015 10:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th December 2015 10:10 AM   |  A+A-

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One of the best decisions of their lives has been to become musicians. The second best has been moving to Goa. Reggae Rajahs, a reggae and bass sound system crew, who will be performing in the coming week, would have been treating themselves to the warm beach sun, with tropical breeze tickling their feet, had they not decided to sign up to entertain on Christmas day. But, they don’t regret making the decision, as the pull of music is one that they cannot withstand.

Their group turns seven in February next year. It’ll be a celebratory time. Having stuck together for so long has made them realise that their true strength lies in working as a team. “We’re great together, as a result of which we produce new material all the time, mastering our craft, promoting and spreading reggae music to all corners of India and the world,” says Raghav Dang.

The line-up at their upcoming event as usual will bring together a liberal dose of reggae, dancehall, soca, bass, trap and everything in between. The team is open to taking requests. “What makes us most happy is when the crowd is energised, enthusiastic and lively,” says Rahul Gairola, adding, “What makes us really sad is when people are unresponsive. For an entertainer, that’s the biggest bummer.” We doubt that will happen this time around because, along with regular tracks, some special numbers will also be played from the groups new album titled, Reggae Rajahs Beach Party. “It’s all about feel-good beach vibes. There are five uplifting reggae tracks, touching everything from dancing, having fun, falling in love, and just appreciating and giving thanks for life,” says Zorawar Shukla, adding, “We started working on it a few months ago. We had written about eight tracks for this album, but short-listed our favourites that would tie perfectly into the theme of the beach party. Actually, the title reflects our recent move to Goa, and all the beach parties at which we’ve been playing. Hope to see you there too sometime.”

December 25 at Raasta, Hauz Khas Village, at 9 pm.

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