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Our Band is Dancehall Reggae Band with the lead singer being RanJa.
Once upon a time, long, long ago in the District of Easington, St. Thomas, Jamaica, there was born this very gifted individual. "He is destined to be great," said his mother, not knowing how true that statement would be. After a few years, they moved to St. Albans, Jamaica, Queens. Upon his completion of high school, he immediately joined the US Navy. While stationed in Iraq, he began to craft the art or reggae rapping. It started out as something to do to make the time pass by, but little did he know, he soon had his craft mastered. Influenced by the likes of Shabba Ranks, Sean Paul, Super Cat, and Beenieman, RanJa has developed himself into the next Reggae Star. He has performed at night clubs such as Club Sol in NYC, Club Gasoline at South Norwalk CT, Queen Of The See Sports Bar Opened for Vibz Kartel, Merrick BLVD, Queens NY; Stage Show at Chef Orchid's Restaurant with Franky Paul and Nordo Ranks; the Bowery Poetry Club, the Platinum Lounge with Jeru The Damaja, The International Cafe with Jazz From Dru Hill, The Crimson Lounge (with Star & Buckwild) from the Power 105 FM morning show Cross Over), The Remote Lounge, Club Nightingale, and Club A (with DJ Bobby Konders, HOT 97 FM, NYC). He has appeared on mixtapes with DJs such as DJ Envy and performed with other DJs with the likes of Sharky (Mighty Super Force) Boo (King Agony) from Irie Jam Radio 93.5 FM, NY, Jr Williams from Caribbean Vibes Radio 93.5 FM. RanJa's music has been getting numerous Radio Play all over the world from Germany to Great Britain. Right now, his hot singles, "PumPum Fat" "Where Da Weed At," and "Bad Girl" are climbing the charts like wildfire. RanJa's hit single Bad Girl is on the list of the most listened-to song on ctbeats.com. RanJas songs are beating out the songs of signed artist, such as Fifty Cent, Missy Elliot, and many more. If you haven't heard them yet, check out MySpaceStardom.com, MightySuperForce.com, MegaFrenzy.com, ctbeats.com, and Hot 97 FM's website http://whosnextonline.com/Artist.aspx?ID=3020 also be on the lookout for his freshman album "Ladyish," in 54 stores world-wide, from Itunes Music Store to Yahoo Music! RanJa has appeared on the Front Cover of the June-July 2005 issue of the Keep It Movin Video Mini Magazine. RanJa has recently filmed his "Bad Girl" video featuring Omar Wilson. The video has received numerous accolades. It can be seen all over the internet, from Youtube.com to google videos, just go to anyone of the major search engines such as aol.com, google.com, or yahoo.com and go to videos and type in RanJa Bad Girl Video featuring Omar and you will see it. Meet RanJa on Mstardom.com/ranja
Band/artist history
Once upon a time, long, long ago in the District of Easington, St. Thomas, Jamaica, there was born this very gifted individual. "He is destined to be great," said his mother, not knowing how true that statement would be. After a few years, they moved to St. Albans, Jamaica, Queens. Upon his completion of high school, he immediately joined the US Navy. While stationed in Iraq, he began to craft the art or reggae rapping. It started out as something to do to make the time pass by, but little did he know, he soon had his craft mastered. Influenced by the likes of Shabba Ranks, Sean Paul, Super Cat, and Beenieman, RanJa has developed himself into the next Reggae Star. He has performed at night clubs such as Club Sol in NYC, Club Gasoline at South Norwalk CT, Queen Of The See Sports Bar Opened for Vibz Kartel, Merrick BLVD, Queens NY; Stage Show at Chef Orchid's Restaurant with Franky Paul and Nordo Ranks; the Bowery Poetry Club, the Platinum Lounge with Jeru The Damaja, The International Cafe with Jazz From Dru Hill, The Crimson Lounge (with Star & Buckwild) from the Power 105 FM morning show Cross Over), The Remote Lounge, Club Nightingale, and Club A (with DJ Bobby Konders, HOT 97 FM, NYC). He has appeared on mixtapes with DJs such as DJ Envy and performed with other DJs with the likes of Sharky (Mighty Super Force) Boo (King Agony) from Irie Jam Radio 93.5 FM, NY, Jr Williams from Caribbean Vibes Radio 93.5 FM. RanJa's music has been getting numerous Radio Play all over the world from Germany to Great Britain. Right now, his hot singles, "PumPum Fat" "Where Da Weed At," and "Bad Girl" are climbing the charts like wildfire. RanJa's hit single Bad Girl is on the list of the most listened-to song on ctbeats.com. RanJas songs are beating out the songs of signed artist, such as Fifty Cent, Missy Elliot, and many more. If you haven't heard them yet, check out MySpaceStardom.com, MightySuperForce.com, MegaFrenzy.com, ctbeats.com, and Hot 97 FM's website http://whosnextonline.com/Artist.aspx?ID=3020 also be on the lookout for his freshman album "Ladyish," in 54 stores world-wide, from Itunes Music Store to Yahoo Music! RanJa has appeared on the Front Cover of the June-July 2005 issue of the Keep It Movin Video Mini Magazine. RanJa has recently filmed his "Bad Girl" video featuring Omar Wilson. The video has received numerous accolades. It can be seen all over the internet, from Youtube.com to google videos, just go to anyone of the major search engines such as aol.com, google.com, or yahoo.com and go to videos and type in RanJa Bad Girl Video featuring Omar and you will see it.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
Yes, I perform live.
Your musical influences
Bob Marley, Shabba Ranks, Supercat, Sean Paul, Beenie Man, Elephant Man
What equipment do you use?
Turn Tables
Anything else?
Much love to all people!
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