In this Chinese calendar year of prosperity, the summer offers our coiffures much to give thanks for. An "Elixir," a healing in the way of a musical offering by the empress called Malika Madremana (Sister-Mother) has arrived. A follow-up to her solid debut album Healing, Malika’s second offering makes a solid statement that the conscious female perspective and voice is needed in the music industry at large. With music produced and composed by producer Ayegee Gordon of Greensphere Records, "Elixir" showcases the joyful, critical and expressive reasonings from this Hispanic songstress with astonishing results.
Malika’s style and vocal tone is unmistakable. Her dynamic voice has been well sought by many in the recording business. She has vocally blessed productions featuring Apple Gabriel, Groundation, Batch, Roots Natty, Wadi Gad, Bambu Station, Blaak Lung and others. An artist in the fullest sense, Malika is also a painter, sculptor, photographer and dancer in addition to her demanding duties as a middle school teacher. A remarkable woman indeed.
Malika’s "Elixir" is comprised of 16 tracks that register with the human experience from "You Fly" to "Why You Wanna Claim Me Now" to the vibrant "Jungle Fever" with Ras Attitude. The song "The Vessel" is reggae in it’s very rootical form, skanking and dread. Guest musicians include Kenyatta Itola, Batch, Tuff Lion and others.
Track to track, this entire album should generate enough energy and interest to see this sister appear on many Reggae Festivals this summer and time to come. Already scheduled for the world famous Sierra Nevada World Music Festival in California on June 24th, music lovers should look for and request her appearance on festivals from Florida to California and help bring the outstanding works of the female energy to stages worldwide.
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