From: Jam-Tex Jam-Tex ranks A Waterlogged Soul Kitchen (AWSK) at #8 in “Best Albums of September 2010” based on the debut single Rain Rain‘s release in September. AWSK is set for release on October 26, 2010. The Jam-Tex selector rates the top albums of the month with a complete disregard for genres. Also the selector reviews concerts, festivals, movie soundtracks, and […]

From: Reggae-Unite Blog Taj Weekes and Adowa – A Waterlogged Soul Kitchen – Jatta Records – 2010 Après deux albums en 2005 et 2008 le chanteur originaire de St Lucie, Taj Weekes est de retour avec un nouvel album!!! Tracklist: 1. Just a Dream; 2. Janjaweed; 3. B4 the War; 4. Sunny Innocents; 5. Rain Rain; 6. Two […]

From: HTS St. Lucia By Carmy Joseph Taj Weekes was in St. Lucia last week for the world-wide premier of his latest single and video. Weekes appeared on  Radio 100’s Kwase Session with Russell Lake on Friday to release the single entitled “Rain Rain.” Although Weekes and his band Adowa are currently based in the United States […]

From: The Voice St. Lucia St. Lucian recording artist Taj Weekes and his band Adowa will be performing at one of New York City’s most celebrated venues, Joe’s Pub on Saturday, August 7th at 11:30pm. Taj Weekes is a singer/songwriter, musician and humanitarian who, over the last 5 years has released 2 albums and has toured the country extensively playing […]

Dermot Hussey – XM/Sirius Satellite Radio – The Joint “Songwriter Taj Weekes draws inspiration from poetry: the imagery of the elements in ‘Rain Rain’ and the fine ironies of inaction in the Land Of Dreams since the levees broke.” Ted Boothroyde – Contributing Editor – The Beat Magazine and Jahworks.org “Rain Rain fits perfectly within the rest […]

From: Newport Mercury   By Marianne Messina What do reggae music, AIDS awareness, soccer balls, and 5,000 “gently used shoes” headed for Haiti, have in common? Answer: Taj Weekes, the reggae singer known for his philanthropy. When Weekes left his St. Lucian island home to pursue music, he brought a captivating, high-ranging voice, an instinct for […]

From: Caribbean Life By Deardra Shuler St. Lucia born Reggae artist, band leader of Adowa, and CEO of Jatta, LLC, Taj Weekes has introduced albums Hope and Doubt and Deidem to the world and is about to introduce his latest CD A Waterlogged Soul Kitchen this summer. Presently, a New York resident, the independent island of St. Lucia where Weekes originates has […]

From: Middletown Transcript By Jesse Chadderdon From authentic roots reggae to ska and jazz, music of the world will take center stage at Saturday’s 16th Annual Peoples’ Festival in Wilmington, DE. Originally dubbed the Bob Marley fest, the all-day event on the Riverfront offers festival-goers a full day of family fun, from international food and drink, […]