Ulcha Culcha
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Ulcha Culcha

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"Fist To Fist" video is enjoying air play on several internet and cable TV stations such as CIN ( Caribbean International Network) Channel 73 & 25 in and around the New York area



Reggae/dancehall duo, Ulcha Culcha, is reggae's new revolution. In 2005, Robert B. Spence AKA Ajahni and Terrence G. Swire AKA Terro T formed Ulcha Culcha. Since then, they have been blazing up the scene with their unique style.

ULCHA CULCHA’s journey began years ago in Kingston, Jamaica on Stars Way, a street in Hughenden where both members, Terrence G. Swire aka Terro T and Robert B. Spence aka Ajahni, resided. Terro T was always singing, and his loud rebellious voice would travel out his living room window to the street where Ajahni walked home from school. Their love of songwriting and music soon brought them together and they formed the group, Solemn Fusion. Solemn Fusion was later joined by Bruce Jabalon and Dwight McCrieth aka Dadda Russ, affectionately called Rusty. Rusty is gone but not forgotten, God bless his soul.

Solemn Fusion released the single “On the Run” in the 1990s. They did several stage shows in Jamaica with artistes such as Buju Banton and Luciano. They have been backed by the then famous “City Heat Band” City Heat’s lead singers at there time were Diana King and Gary “Nesta” Pine

Years later, after many turns on the road of life, Terro T and Ajahni reunited in the United States.

Ulcha Culcha is a vocal reggae group born from love, friendship and hardship. Ulcha Culcha draws their lyrics and sweet melodies from life's realities. Good, bad, indifference, suffering, hatred, love and joy are what their music is all about.

Ajahni and Terro T draw their lyrics and rhythms from the harsh realities of life. Good, bad, indifference, love, hatred, joy and suffering are what their music is all about. Songs like “Babylon Controlment”, “Wanted”, “Tired”, Yes We Can", “Oppressor Man” (dub poetry), “Jah Soldier”, “Look at You Now”, “Fist to Fist”, “Hold On” & “Help” reflect the range of their songwriting talent.

Ulcha Culcha’s eagerly awaited album “Babylon Controlment” is well on its way to being an instant reggae classic with noted musical geniuses, Derrick Barnett, Rupert Bent III and Ed Robinson, working with Ulcha Culcha. “Fist to Fist”, a collaboration with DJ Tilly Beng Beng, is the first release from this monster album. The music video reflects Ulcha Culcha’s anti-gun violence stance and can be seen on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXcPL1ENj6I).

New York, USA
Tel: 718 865 7391