AmadiSiQ Hits Reggae Charts - Elite Music News

If you haven't heard of AmadiSiQ yet, you're missing out on some seriously good music. Hailing from Jamaica, the Recording Artiste/ Producer is quickly making a name for himself with his unique blend of Reggae, Dancehall, TrapDancehall, and Hip-Hop.

AmadiSiQ first came to our attention early last year when his “Ozone Ep” sat on the iTunes Reggae Charts for 3 consecutive days In April. Since then, he has released a string of well-received singles, including “March Out” and “Street Queen” a collaboration with another fast-rising act in Ghana, Africa. AmadiSIQ's sound is truly unique, and his ability to craft catchy hooks and infectious melodies is undeniable. There's no denying that Amadisiq's “Ozone Ep” was a departure from their previous releases. The question is, is it a good thing or a bad thing?

On one hand, the new album is a lot more experimental, incorporating elements of electronic and dance music into their sound. This has resulted in a more polished and polished sound that will appeal to a wider audience. On the other hand, some fans of the band's earlier work might find the new album a little too polished and commercial. It's not the same raw and gritty sound that made Amadisiq so loved in the first place, or what the older fans are used to on stage, he told our interviewer. However, he believes it is also a great way to get new fans and reach different listeners. 

The themes or ideas explored on the new album vary drastically from song to song. However, some recurring themes can be found throughout the album. The first recurring theme is the idea of fantasies. Songs like “SAVOUR” and “FEELING” speak to the feeling of fantasies that comes with being your person and doing what you want. “Too Great” in particular speaks to the feeling of not being accepted by society, and the power that comes with standing up for yourself. 

Another theme is the idea of Love. A song like “I Know” has garnered over 30, 000k streams out of the 100k streams the album has racked up over the months it has been published. 

It's been a long and winding road, but we've made some accomplishments. We've laughed, we've cried, we've loved, and we've lost, but through it all, we've grown stronger and closer as a family. As we reflect on the journey we've taken so far, we can't help but be grateful for all the experiences, good and bad, that have brought us to where we are today.