Ras Myrhdak / Prince Of Fyah
Album: Prince Of Fyah   Collection:Reggae
Artist:Ras Myrhdak   Added:Jul 2007
Label:Minor 7 Flat 5  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2007-07-22 Pull Date: 2007-09-23 Charts: Reggae/World
Week Ending: Sep 23 Sep 16 Aug 26 Aug 12 Aug 5 Jul 29
Airplays: 1 2 1 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Sep 16, 2007: Transmission Overload
Swept Away
4. Aug 25, 2007: New World Disorder
2. Sep 15, 2007: New World Disorder
Too Much Guns Around
5. Aug 11, 2007: New World Disorder
Too Much Guns Around
3. Sep 13, 2007: Disorder in the Afternoon
Trod It Alone
6. Aug 04, 2007: New World Disorder

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2007-07-23
Ras Myrhdak – Prince of Fyah
Reviewed by Sadie O., 7/16/07
Roots Reggae riddims, deeply Rastafarian lyrics, often rather manic dancehall delivery. It’s a bit unusual to have the Sizzla-style nutted vocals with such a spiritual message. The riddims are all quite pleasant but not particularly unusual (although in this day and age, riddims played with real instruments are getting rare!), and the female backing vocals are also pleasant and rather unremarkable, although they do hit some nice harmonies. Mostly it’s Myrhdak’s vocal delivery that carries the record.
No FCCs detected. I like 7, 10 and 14 best.
1. 3:52 *midtempo classic roots bubble, very sweet sound for a serious subject.
2. 3:49 **rather loose and dubby but interesting riddim, vocals pretty crazed, from singing to growling.
3. 5:06 *downtempo intro, very professional and pretty female chorus contrasts with the quite looned out dancehall vocal style.
4. 3:59 *downtempo skank, similar vocal interplay to previous track, in fact the vocals may be getting even crazier.
5. 4:29 **sweet mellow downbeat skank, love song.
6. 4:26 **downbeat skank with beepy keyboards, Rasta admonishment about not abusing the environment.
7. 4:10 ***great riddim, midtempo with classic sound. Interesting lyrics…
8. 3:59 **bit of spoken braggadocio, then downtempo minimalist and slightly dubby skank, hyperspeed dancehall vocals. Quite nice.
9. 3:48 **mellow intro, rather uptempo riddim with percussion and piano, nice sound, mostly sung vocals.
10. 3:40 ***midtempo minimalist riddim with lots of hand percussion. Strong lyrics and delivery.
11. 4:00 midtempo snank, extolling everything about his sweetheart.
12. 4:20 *wild vocal intro, then a pretty midtempo bubble, Rasta blessing lyrics.
13. 3:56 *midtempo bubble, Rasta exhortation.
14. 4:08 ***downtempo bubble, mourning the effects of violence.

Track Listing
1. Gunshots Falling   8. Prince Of Fyah
2. Pre Dem   9. Praise Thee
3. Never You Forget   10. Mankind
4. Only For A Time   11. Jahneasha
5. Swept Away   12. He Creates The World
6. Global Warming   13. Jah Is The Way
7. Trod It Alone   14. Too Much Guns Around