Jah Mason originates from the parish of Manchester, Jamaica. He was raised in a musically focused family and environment.

He impacted on the reggae world, working with Junior Reid with his first release in 1991, Selassie I Name Me A Call.

He went on to join Capleton’s David House and work with luminary artists and labels such as Tony Rebel, Jah Cure, Ghetto Youths and VP Records and released seminal recordings such as Never Give Up, Princess Gone and Wheat and Tears.

Mixing his renowned ‘fire-brand’ vocal skills in the tradition of Sizzla, Capleton & Anthony B with a strong singing voice, Jah Mason represents the new breed of contemporary and conscious reggae dancehall artists firmly grounded in Rastafari (specifically Bobo Ashanti) belief and traditions.

The NZ massive is blessed to have the chance to catch Jah Mason, this Thursday 6 September @ Sandwiches, with his selector Lenny Roots.

Respect to Jah Mason for his Top Ten Albums for September 2007.

1. Beres Hammond – Full Attention
2. Bitty Mclean – On Bond St
3. Peter Tosh – Stepping Razor
4. Bob Marley – Exodus
5. Jah Cure – Freedom Blues
6. Capleton- Reign Of Fire
7. Lutan Fyah – Phantom War
8. Junior Reid – One Blood
9. Natty King – No Guns In Town
10. India Arie – Voyage To India