Monthly Archives: March 2018
Teacha Dee has opened up about the creation of his sophomore album, “Rastafari Way”, one year after it’s release in March 2017.
Speaking from the studio in Germany, where Rastafari Way was recorded, Teacha Dee explains the type of audience he wishes his messages could reach… .
“Rastafari Way album is an album geared towards real lovers of reggae music, and people who listen to music on a deeper level than just the surface“.
This album which was voted 5th best album in a recent poll in Germany, has been doing very well worldwide. Teacha’s release of this visual could not have come at a better time.
This creative and informative mini documentary, titled “Thoughts to Reality: Rastafari Way“, includes video clips from the album’s self titled track, several creative scenes from inside the studio, and a short clip from Teacha’s live performance in Aarhus, Denmark 2017.
Congratulations to everyone who was voted into the Riddim Magazine reader’s poll. From the best new album section which received over 2000 votes, the results are;
1st place goes to Trettman with the album: #DIY
2nd goes to Miwata with: Nicht ohne Grund
3rd is Gentleman with his album: The Selection
4th goes to Schwarzpaul with: TM100
5th is Teacha Dee and his album Rastafari Way
Trettman gathered a whopping 33 percent of all votes, Miwata and Gentleman scored 6 and 5 percent respectively, while Teacha Dee’s album along with Schwarz Paul’s “TM100”, got 3 percent.
The results show that these 5 albums combined, got 50 percent of all the votes, this is totally amazing, considering the amount of albums of all genres, that were released in 2017. It is therefore incredible that Teacha Dee’s album, made such a bold stand among the heavy weights of the German music industry.
Teacha Dee’s “Rastafari Way” album was also ranked 2nd in the Netherlands, for three months running, as the best top 50 album released. It got a 90 percent approval rating which translates to 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Rastafari Way was released March 17th 2017, by Tenfloor Records, Teacha Dee’s record label, and was a huge success. Working with Teach on the album were top producers from around the world ;
Greezzly Productions from Italy who produced “Lightning, Earthquake and Thunder“.
Boomrush Productions out of Germany produced “Stop Follow People“.
Evidence Music from Switzerland whom produced “One Big Stone“.
Two of the voted top tracks off Rastafari Way are, “Rastafari Way” and “Emperor Selassie“, both produced by Perfect Giddimani’s label, Giddimani Records.
All of the other songs were produced by Austria’s “House of Riddim” label, including “Jah Jah Is Calling” which has also been voted as one of the top three tracks off the album.
Rastafari Way is a song about the struggles of adjusting to a Rasta Tafari way of life, a song which many Rastafarians can relate to…
Article by: C.K.