Brand new reggae label Big Bus Records have announced their first release, bringing a low key rasta vibe from M. Pres. ‘Prayer’ sets the tone for her debut album ‘Lift My Voice’ which is to follow in the near future. M. Pres askes Jah to be with her and bless I n I.
Furthermore, ‘Prayer’ will be officially released on 22nd Jan 2021 and will be available on all musical streaming platforms. Roots reggae lives on. One love!
Firstly, M. Pres is a singer, songwriter, and impressive lyricist offering the listener a rare triple-threat lioness talent. At one point she melts your soul with sweet harmonies and next drives hearts over hard riddims with her polished toasting “Sing J” style! Stemming from Middle Eastern and European roots, M. Pres grew up in New York where she began to fulfill her dream of entertaining and inspiring early on, performing music. Subsequently, she was exposed to, and heavily influenced by Jamaica’s reggae performers while working at one of New York City’s top dub plate studios. As one could imagine, M. Pres has met and worked with basically every touring reggae artists of the last 10 years! From New York to Miami, Albuquerque to Humboldt, M. Pres is capturing people’s hearts and ears from Coast to Coast and her “Prayer” is sure to bring warmth to her growing career.
Big Bus Records
Big Bus Records began as a release platform for Patrick “Quashi” Mitchell, Rasta Rick Ray and the 1 Tribe band. Moreover, the two teamed up over 12 years ago working together in many bands as both accomplished musicians. Further, Quashi, a veteran reggae bass player of over 32 years, has played on numerous albums. He also graced many stages globally, recently with the 1 Tribe band.
Meanwhile, Quashi has been and remains the business manager for the mighty Zion High Productions roots Rastafari reggae label. Rasta Rick has over the years released quite a few albums and played with the Zions Door band. After all these years working together, the two decided it was time to build out a proper recording studio. Thus, they created the Big Bus Studio in West Palm Beach, Florida. In conclusion, it made sense that since the studio was already producing music, a label would be quite fitting.