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Ed Robinson is a highly acclaimed reggae artist with a prolific career spanning over three decades. With over 200 songs and twelve albums in his catalog, Robinson has firmly established himself as one of the most sought-after reggae musicians in the industry.
Robinson's career started at an early age as a drummer in a school band, from where he morphed into an agile and incredible musical talent full of grace and energy. For the past three decades, he became a key player in many genres of music, including Reggae, Rock, Soul, Hip Hop, and R&B. He has released over ten albums, each displaying his immense talent and versatility that saw him top the reggae music charts throughout his career as an artist.
Robinson first made waves in 1992 with the release of his debut album, "Once Again," on the VP Records Label. The album featured the seminal hit "Knocking on Heaven’s Door," which instantly put Robinson on the map as a rising star in the reggae scene. Following this, Robinson signed a record deal with MCA Records in the early nineties, and he released his second album, "Sky is the Limit," in 2004.
In 2005, Robinson released his third album, "Solitude," which included classic tracks such as "No More Mr. Lonely" and Dennis Brown’s staple "Ain’t That Lovin You." The year 2008 saw the release of his fourth album, "The Awakening," which was written and produced by Jerome Rhodd. Robinson later joined forces with the Push Broom Gang Label and released "Written in Stone" in 2011, featuring hits like "Our Heroes," "If I Follow My Heart," and "Talking Blues."
Robinson's track "Our Heroes" hit the mainstream and satellite radio stations across the globe, including SiriusXM Radio, cementing his status as a major reggae artist. In 2014, he released "On Covers," an album where Robinson covered some of the music industry’s legends, and also paid homage to the late John Holt with "Tribute to John Holt," produced by Kemar "Flava" McGregor.
In 2015, Robinson released his eighth studio album, "Yard Magic," featuring the hit single "Kool Off" which topped the charts in New York and Florida. He continued to release successful tracks in 2016, such as "Thinking of You" on the VPAL label and "The Blame Game" on the Pushbroom Gang label.
Robinson also produced a Dennis Brown tribute EP in 2017, featuring seven tracks, and recorded "Baby I Will Be There" on the "Di Jugglin Vol 1 Various Artist Album" for JTMC Muzik Label. In 2018, he released "Glory and Praise," a stunning gospel album, showcasing his versatility as an artist.
In 2019, Robinson recorded two singles - "Go Live Your Life" on the Hush Riddim for JTMC Muzik label and an acoustic version of "Suddenly," both of which made waves across the world. With his unwavering dedication to producing great music, Ed Robinson released another new single "I'm Not That Guy", in 2023, thus cementing his place as one of the most consistent and accomplished artists in the reggae books of history.
As a producer, Robinson has worked with some of the industry's most well-known voices, including Dennis Brown, Richie Stephens, Buju Banton, Luciano, Maxi Priest, Super Cat, Snoop Dogg, and many others. His ability to seamlessly transition across various parts of the industry makes him an exceptional producer to work with, listen to, and watch perform.
Robinson's success as an artist and producer also reflects his unparalleled business acumen. As an entrepreneur, Robinson co-founded Da Global Base, formerly Reggae Global Entertainment, along with his wife, singer Joanna Marie, and daughter, Melissa Chin Loy, the president of the company, supported by Ryan Smith, a.k.a. Ryan Dangerous, as vice president. The company is artist-owned and provides artist management and booking, digital distribution, recording studio services, vocal training, marketing, and promotion, writing services, graphics, cd duplication, event planning, photography, videography, legal referrals, copyright and publishing services, merchandising, radio station, and global nourishment to name a few.
With his endless drive and relentless passion for music, Robinson has performed in various places across the globe, including iconic and thrilling performances at Reggae Sunsplash in Jamaica, Beres Hammond and Friends Florida Tour, Germany Tour, Four Seasons Cruise with Freddie McGregor and Glen Washington, and many others.
Today, Ed Robinson is taking music to infinity and beyond, and the music industry and the world look forward to more groundbreaking music, performances, and tours from a superstar whose works have refused to age for years.
Joanna Marie is a highly talented and renowned artist, born on February 18, 1967, in Kingston, Jamaica. Flanked by her Jamaican and Venezuelan heritage, Joanna’s outstanding selling points resonate in her unique sound and style as a gifted vocalist, seasoned pianist, master composer, experienced producer, and entrepreneur. With over 30 years of experience in the music industry, Joanna Marie is a bi-lingual reggae/jazz vocalist who has mastered the arts of marketing, event planning, production, and PR.
Joanna began her musical journey at a young age, singing songs on the radio and learning to play the piano. Clint O'Neil, the popular Radio personality and Godfather of Reggae music in South Florida was the first to discover and developed Joanna's potential to excel in the music industry. Her first single titled “Single Girl" was produced in 1986 by Clint O'Neil, mixed and mastered by Ian Lewis, and Touter Harvey of Inner Circle (Bad Boys of Reggae). Her second single “I’m So Thankful" was released in 1987, produced by Miami Sound Studio and mixed by Carlos Granados of Miami Sound Studio. Her singles became a household anthem around South Florida, and she was invited to perform on numerous live shows before her fans and a large audience.
In 1994, Joanna Marie dropped her first album, "Simply Irresistible," produced by Benjy Myaz and Mikey Chung for Kariang Record Label. The album contains Spanish and English songs and also features the hit song "Sea of Love," which made history as the first locally produced Spanish reggae song to be played on Jamaican radio. She continued to develop in her music career and released more singles, including Rhinestone Cowgirl, Mi Amor (Spanish), and Good E Nuff (Spanish and English).
Joanna Marie is the co-founder of Da Global Base, formerly Reggae Global Entertainment, along with her husband, international artist Ed Robinson, and daughter, Melissa Chin Loy, the president of the company, supported by Ryan Smith, a.k.a. Ryan Dangerous, as vice president. The company is artist-owned and provides artist management and booking, digital distribution, recording studio services, vocal training, marketing, and promotion, writing services, graphics, cd duplication, event planning, photography, videography, legal referrals, copyright and publishing services, merchandising, radio station and global nourishment to name a few.
Over the years, Joanna Marie has built an enviable reputation of credibility and goodwill amongst the industry heavyweights, and she is renowned for her commitment to integrity and transparency. She collaborates with entertainment and corporate brands to deploy diverse marketing strategies that appeal to the target audience. Under her leadership, Da Global Base has grown to become a leading provider of various music services.
In January 2018, Joanna Marie released her first Various Artists Album, "DI JUGGLIN Vol 1," which features 15 hand-selected artists and tracks from established and upcoming artists. DI JUGGLIN Vol 1 is the most anticipated compilation of reggae music and is available on iTunes and all major digital outlets, along with physical CDs. In December 2017, she released her single "Silhouettes" from DI JUGGLIN VOL 1, which entered several charts in Europe, New York, and Florida.
Joanna Marie has recorded and released several songs, and in 2021, she released "I Just Want To Be Your Everything" under the Reggae Global Entertainment label. She also released a single, "There's A Kind of Hush," from the upcoming Karen Carpenter tribute album, set to be released in June 2023.
Joanna Marie is not only an accomplished artistpreneur but also a dedicated mentor, always striving to assist new musicians and artists improve and achieve their goals. With her immense talent and vast experience, Joanna continues to make waves in the music industry, and her contributions to the world of music and success in business are truly unparalleled.
Ryan Smith a.k.a Ryan Dangerous is a Jamaican-born musician, producer, songwriter, and entrepreneur.
Born in Saint Andrews, Kingston and grew up in Portland, he emigrated to Miami where he currently resides. Ryan was Seven when he was introduced to the feel of being a musician during a service at Church. From there onwards, he experimented with the drums, bass guitar, trumpets, and singing in a family group as a teenager.
Ryan was given the stage name "Ryan Dangerous" by DJs who challenged his skills playing music at house parties. Living in Florida offered Ryan a new taste for musical diversity and excellence, adding more creative flare to his musical renditions. Ryan has two heartwarming singles to his name namely "Tattoo Scars" produced and released in March 2021 with an accompanying animation video. "Baby Run Come" is a female anthem designed to grace the clubs and radios, with Reggaeton sound infused with stage banging Afrobeats. Ryan is curred by working with Blewman Production, and currently sits as Vice President for Da Global Base, while enjoying being a fashion designer and owner for Island Niche. He is working on a much-anticipated album that is looking to shock the industry...