Moses I
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Discography

More Than a Dream( Next Music, V1 records) Europe 2003
Crazy Look(Kings of Kings) featuring Capleton
Fire is Burning, featuring Capleton
Sunshine Princess(V1 records)
People of the World, featuring Capleton
Black woman, Morgan Heritage Family and Friends Vol 1
Earth Red, Morgan Heritage Vol 2
Ganja, featuring Capleton

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Moses I came into the world on October 4th, 1966 and was later named Anthony Singh. As a youth he was reared away from his immediate family, which created many challenges for him, Kingston wasn’t always kind. The education he received at Providence Primary and later on his own was hard earned through diligence and determination to create a better life.

Despite these hardships in Moses I’s life, his love for music still shone through. In his teens he nurtured his talent by riding rhythms at home with his brethrens, on the streets, at local talent shows, church barbeques and any other place he could get on stage. This musical brotherhood in and out of his home over the years, merged its music with a Rastafarian way of life and philosophy and developed into David House, now headed by Capleton one of Jamaica’s leading reggae artiste.
The long standing relationship between the two artists as yielded many musical collaborations, a number of which have risen to be Top 20 hits on the reggae charts; including: People of the World, Ganja and most notably, Crazy Look(kings of King label) which a was #1 song around the world in the late 90’s.

In addition, Moses has worked with some of Jamaica’s top musicians and producers, among them, Stephen Marley, Morgan Heritage, and African Star. In 2003, he released his first album, More Than a Dream (V1 Records, Next Music) in Europe, which was received well. It was produced at Tuff Gong studios and features some of Jamaica’s most noted musicians, such as Sly and Robbie, Earl Chin-na Smith and Dean Fraser.
Moses I followed his album with three European and US tours along the major reggae circuit as an opening act for Capleton, Cocoa Tea, Buju Banton and Gregory Isaacs. Doing outstanding performances to sold out stadiums, festivals and clubs all over the world.

Currently, Moses I is working as a solo artist, actively seeking opportunities to promote himself, his music and his message of “more love”.