"Free the human race from superstition and fear that originate from ignorance; transcend the apparent obstacles of race and religion; and recognize the blood ties of the whole human race"-H.I.M. Haile Selassie I
"WORLD NEEDS LOVE"
The Lambsbreads' latest release WORLD NEEDS LOVE is an essential album bound in positivity, reality, and livity. Each album has had a unique and original vibration and their fifth release is a natural progression. The Lambsbread has a consistent talent to build songs that appeal universally, and the title track is a pulsating observation of worldly tribulations. The Lambsbreads' works on this album have been elevated with crucial combinations alongside Sizzla on "Roots & Culture" and Morgan Heritage on "Feel The Vibes". Their catalog is bound by truth & conviction, and their ability to link with a royal roll call of the best in the business allows pure engagement of heart & soul. (2017)
"BRING THEM TOGETHER"
The Lambsbreads' fourth CD release, "BRING THEM TOGETHER" is a gem. The album features 14 tough reggae hits, including “Strong Rock” featuring Perfect Giddimani & Fantan Mojah as well as the empowering tune "Stand Firm” featuring Prezident Brown. All the songs fit perfectly in unison, creating a great vibe throughout. With favorites like "Right Ting", "Live it up Again" & "Keep it Blazin' this album is a must for any reggae lovers collection. (2014)
RISE is the Lambsbreads' third release and the 12 track roots reggae album features some of the best musicians in the business. Veteran drummer for Burning Spear, Nelson Miller, and bass player Devon Bradshaw add an authentic Jamaican sound to this high-grade works. Recorded in Jamaica and CA the songs have a classic reggae vibe, yet also bringing a sound so fresh even fans of hip-hop and dancehall love the tunes. (2009)
The Lambsbread have a seriuos mission and they lay it out prayerfully on SALVATION. Kaya chants praises and calls down fire and Nadia sings sweet harmony and chants some praises of her own. Special guest include Ras Attitude on "Teach Dem", Lutan Fyah on 'Struggle", Arkaingelle on "Mighty & True" and Prezident Brown on "Mountain Top". Drummer Wadi Gad is among the players on roughly half the disk, which also utilizes some Lustre Kings riddims, all lovingly handsewn together in Hawaii. (2006)
This classic roots debut release from The Lambsbread includes the hit tune "Love in the House", which was their first single released on Jamaican vinyl (Liberation Riddim - Zion High Productions). With legendary reggae musician Santa Davis, Jawge Hughes Sky Juice and more on the riddims produced by Jah David (Zion I Kings), this works is foundational. Roots reggae rhythms & plenty of bass, light dashes of horns, one-drod and subtle sections of guitar and keys are highlighted by the vocal interplay of Kaya and Nadia. (2003)