Israel offers redemption | Local features


The Caribbean has been rocked by the new sound of gospel music coming out of T & T’s Jamm Productions studio.

Pastor, producer, studio engineer and songwriter Keith Israel presented the riddim in May

and received such an overwhelming response to the old school dub style, which is considered

very rare in the Caribbean gospel genre, it inspired him to create an entire album with it.

The musical contributions were all unique and different from each other which gave the project

an extremely dynamic Caribbean sound, with personalities from Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, the United States and French-speaking Martinique.

The Redemption Riddim, a name given to Keith by God, as the name suggests, focuses on God’s plans for the redemption of the world and is designed to capture the hearts of young and adult audiences.

DJ Mickey, radio personality and recipient of the T&T Gospel Music Awards (GMATT) “DJ of

the Year Award ”in 2018 and 2020, and the“ Praise Ministry’s Gospel DJ of the Year 2020 ”award

in the Grand Cayman Islands had this to say about the Redemption Riddim album:

“This album offers a smooth yet punchy bassline with drum percussion that reminds you of the hard pong days when you could hear vehicles from afar exploding various types of music.

Each song promises to bless you, from infectious styles of jazz, dancehall, reggae and soca to encouraging and uplifting lyrical content.

This rhythmic gospel album is distributed by VPAL Music, a subsidiary of VP Records, and

is available worldwide on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, and Deezer.


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