Further Notice
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Further Notice

Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica

Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
Band World Reggae


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"Further Notice Eyes Bright Future by Krista Henry"

Moving from a 'smooth expression' to Further Notice, the members of the Further Notice band are looking to their future with big plans in the making. - Jamaica Gleaner

"Flexxin with Notice Productions by Jodi-Ann Williams"

If you don't know the 2009 (and still wildly popular) hit Holiday by now, you may just be living under a rock, or an entire mountain. But who are the producers? - Jamaica Observer - Teenage

"Further Notice Drop Their First One Drop Riddim By Erik Magni"

Jamaican six piece band Further Notice – previously known as Smooth Expression – started their musical journey at Edna Manley College and have played together for eight years. - United Reggae Magazine


Still working on that hot first release.



One of the youngest and highly accomplish musicians who has worked with well known local and international artist such as Nas & Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley, Stephen Marley, T.O.K, Bounty Killer, Movado, just to name a few. With music to warm your hearts and vocals to soothe the soul, you can't help but to pay attention to Further Notice. Creating a new sound that waves across the music arena, they are young, talented and definitely an artiste to Notice.

Being one of the youngest to work on major works such as Nas & Damian 'Jr Gong' Marley's Distance Relatives and also Stephen Marley's Revelation Part 1 Root of Life Tours and albums wearing both musicians and producers hat. Not to mention making a household name with Notice productions producing hit makers like Holiday by Ding Dong featuring Chevaughn creating waves with Current, Ravematic and Epicenta rhythms. What more can I say but that if you are a real music lover then you are preparing yourself to hear a set of musicians, young but with old souls ready and willing to touch your hearts with their Reggae soul music.

The band Smooth Expression was the start of it all, but after playing together for so long they developed and grew to further produce impressionable drum beats, mean guitar riffs, beautiful play on keyboards, steady bass lines and unique sultry voices to complete the package, you cannot help but to pay attention to Further Notice.

Further Notice Band has been in existence for over eight (8) years. The Band consists of Llamar Brown (Riff Raff) on Keyboards, Andrae Carter (Wang) Guitar, Ruel Moncrieffe (Klyvve) Vocalist, Boltar Solomon (Montana) Vocalist, Wayne Thompson (Unga) Drums and Jason Welsh (Big Bass) on Bass.
Their musical journey as a band started at Edna Manley College, School of Music doing the same programme. Preparing for a concert as they were getting ready to go on stage their lecturer/mentor and host of the concert Michael 'Ibo' Cooper (former keyboardist of Third World) asked what's the name of the band while they didn't have a name prepared Ibo went on to say 'Until Further Notice'. They later dropped the Until and kept Further Notice.

As one of the youngest backing band in the business they have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience collectively and individually. This includes working on projects and live performances with local and international reggae, pop and hip-hop sensations such as Damian “Junior Gong” Marley, Stephen Marley, Nas, Mavado and Bounty Killa, just to name a few. Working behind the scenes with now a household name Notice Productions that has put out major hit makers such as “Holiday” by Ding Dong and Chevaughn, the Epicenta and the Red & Black rhythms that features a host of artist they are now ready to storm the airwaves as a force to reckon with.

The Mission is to heal the world through their music and they are determine to continue exploring new horizons and universally connect with the heart and soul of the people. Creating music from their souls and a mixture of all their personal influences create the sound of Further Notice Band which should not be mistaken for hype, they are a complete package of quality substance.