Pucka Kayuba
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Pucka Kayuba


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"The Music Has Vision"

“There's a nice, old school feel to this piece. It’s more unique than the modern approach to reggae in pop music. This song gets you moving but you're in no rush to get there.”

James Bramman; singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist performing in a variety of world fusion/rock/metal & acoustic genre bands in the United Kingdom & Europe

“It’s an interesting blend with a breezy rhythm…..the mix and rhythm are very danceable. The vibrato on the singers voice gives this tune a lounge like quality that heightens the appeal of it…”

Glenn Rexach, guitarist for Jazz/Funk band for GLENN REXACH GROUP

Austin, Texas

“This is a very admirably executed reggae tune and the background vocals are noteworthy.”

DREXL (alternative rock band)

Houston, Texas

“This music has vision. When I say 'vision', I mean it makes me see somewhere sunny, warm and sandy. This music warms me up. The chord progression is gripping. The melody is very nice. The mix and the rhythm is so good.”

Dan Gable, guitarist for reggae/blues/rock band: THE GREAT BOWL PACK

Olathe, Kansas

“The rhythm has character. The approach is somewhat like Euro-dance; which is cool. The backing vocals and instrumentation nicely compliment Pucka’s vocals. The mix is good, clean and open but not bare. The melody is memorable and the vocal delivery is great.”

Ken Eros; guitarist, keyboardist, bassist & vocalist for celtic/world/electronica band GREEN MAN and alternative/pop band APRIL LISA, and rock/world music Producer, engineer & session musician at Zircon Skye Production

Ojai, California

“This is chill, funky, island music with a great beat. The mix of the music is done well and the backing music and vocals are outstanding.”

Chris Luker, producer for R&B/funk/soul artist: KYRIA, & rap artist: RIDDLES

Salt Lake City, Utah

A nice upbeat rhythm that makes me want to dance, and upbeat lyrics. The song sounds great.

La Crosse, Wisconsin

- Garageband.com

"CatAsk Music Review - Jan.'06"

Jah Bless! Pucka Kayuba, Swahilli for Peace & Love, is a well-known Jamaican recording artist who has worked with reggae greats such as Sly Dunbar and Pam Hall. Love is the Key in these tracks and I was truly moved by the mellow stylings of my fine friend Pucka! In the tradition of great Jamaican Music Pucka is enlightening us once again to the sameness of ourlives. Amazing that through song life can be born. One Love. I can breathe again and peace will once again reign with consciousness. Pucka Kayuba is a truly remarkable individual with heartfelt homestyle Jamaican flavoured music for all to feel. Zeen! - CatAsk


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Pucka Kayuba, born in Annotto Bay, St.Mary, migrated to Kingston, Jamaica at age 16. He attended the Jamaica School of Music and studied Music Theory at the University of West Indies. Pucka Kayuba has written and produced several songs for local groups and individuals in Jamaica. He has now completed his third CD "Peace & Love", powerful music in the tradition of the great reggae of Kingston, Jamaica, for U.S. label Loud Dust Recordings of Burlington, Vermont. Kayuba enjoys international attention from his many fans that are grateful for his exceptional abilities of expression in his songs.