Jamaica being its cradle, Reggae wasn’t invented on a rainy Sunday afternoon by a couple of people. It involved many workers from many places before it exploded all over the world. This album partially feels like a tribute to those unsung heroes. Yet, it has too many new elements - both lyrically and musically - to be deemed as just a mere tribute.
Reggae Workers of The World is a supergroup
Thank you for granting us this interview, Yerry. I'm at a loss for where to begin with my questions, mostly because there are quite a lot of them competing for attention but I think I will give first place to my curiosity about your evident ancestry. You look every bit African. Am I correct in my assumption? How does an African end up in Holland doing R&B/Soul music? What's the story behind it?