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Big things for Karma in 2014
The start of 2014 has marked big things for Ravi B and Karma, one of the top crossover bands. It all began on the stroke of midnight with the group ringing in the New Year at Hyatt’s Old Year’s party to a sold-out crowd and it definitely did not disappoint. In collaboration with Karma’s new booking agent Star Bookings, the aggregation promises its fans a year like no other as its hit sound—Bread—written by Ravi B and produced by Big Rich, in collaboration Bass Lab, continues to be a crowd-pleaser together with Breakaway, produced by GBM, and Rum in meh veins.
In live performances Karma and Ravi B continue to tantalise fans with mega performances propelling them to their highest peak ever.
Recently, the Curry-Que riddim was launched which also featured Drupatee, KI, Nisha B and Ravi B, coming from Millbeatz Entertainment. Indeed, the rumours are true, Ravi B has re-entered Chutney Soca Monarch to reclaim the title as Chutney King. Taking it a step further the performing powerhouse is also entering the Young Kings Monarch competition for the first time with his song Till Next Carnival, written by Nigel Rojas and produced by Sheriff. The song was officially launched on January 15. Together with Ravi B, Nisha B and Gregory, its already versatile and energetic frontline, Karma has also added Ghetto Flex, the vocal genius, as one of the band’s frontline singers. The former Imij & Co frontman has immediately fell into the groove and wowed fans at Hi-Lo’s Carnival party on January 12.
For more information and bookings on Karma and Ravi B, contact Leslie-Ann Wills-Caton, at Star Bookings Company Limited (764-7827, 356-7827), or via email@example.com
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