Inner Circle featuring Chronixx & Jacob Miller "Tenement Yard (News Carryin' Dread)"

Its OFFICIAL... Chronixx , Inner Circle , & Jacob Miller's "TENEMENT YARD (Remix)" is going to be released on iTunes this Tuesday, January 6, so GET READY !!

Miami, Florida ~ Grammy winning, Bad Boys of Reggae, Inner Circle team up with Reggae Revival's superstar Chronixx for the anticipated music video "Tenement Yard (News Carrying Dread)."

"Dreadlocks can't live in a tenement yard ~ too much watchie watchie watchie, too much su-su su-su su"

In Jamaica, a tenement yard is a shanty town or Jamaican ghetto.

The lyrics explain why Rasta need more freedom from people watching their every move and chatting their business.

Jacob Miller and Inner Circle originally recorded this big classic tune 'Tenement Yard' in 1976. Jacob Miller was the lead vocalist for Inner Circle, and the band flourished with Miller's humorous antics and vocals. Tragically, Miller met in an untimely car accident in 1980 which took his life. Inner Circle and Chronixx pay tribute to the late, great Jacob 'killer' Miller with the release of the music video "Tenement Yard."

Inner Circle's success is also attributed to the broadening of their professional skills, creating a complex called 'Circle House.'

Circle House Studios is one of the most prominent recording studios.

Inner Circle has toured all points of the globe and 2015 promises to be a stellar year for the group. Early next year they head to the Philippines and Jamaica. "Bad Boys" became a household word a with the major success of the television program 'Cops,' and the success of the group has skyrocketed and still moving up.

Young producers such as Don Corleon, Stephen 'di genius' Mcgregor & Supa Dups have embraced Circle Village, bridging the generation gap in reggae and creating a vibrant atmosphere.

Chronixx is a young Jamaican artiste who has recently acquired international attention and success. He is considered one of the top Reggae Revival artistes that is the future of reggae music. His intellectual and lyrically potent issues are relevant to the return of the heights of reggae. His father, Chronicle, encouraged Chronixx to write and create tunes from a very early age, He is way ahead of his years, singing and producing music at only 22 years old.

This exciting combination with Inner Circle and Chronixx is set for release early January 2015.


Inner Circle Chronixx Jacob Miller Tenement Yard Behind The Scenes

Inner Circle featured Chronixx on their Jacob Miller Classic Record Tenement Yard. The video was shot in Miami Florida in the Little Haiti area. It was directed by Gil Green & Damian Fyffe for 305 Films.


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The Jamaican-bred Inner Circle is one of the world’s most respected reggae groups in the world, with a long string of successes stretching back to the mid-70?s. The two-time Grammy-winning quintet’s special brand of pop-oriented Jamaican beats and energy-filled live performances allow the band to transcend the traditional reggae niche and enjoy widespread crossover appeal. A mainstay at many of the world’s largest music festivals, Inner Circle has shared the stage with music icons such as Elton John, Bob Marley, Van Morrison, The Black Crowes, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, Carlos Santana and many others.

Inner Circle is perhaps most known for the success of “Bad Boys,” the title track from the album of the same name, and the theme song to the television show, Cops. “Bad Boys” became a number one hit in almost every European territory and sold seven million copies worldwide. After winning a 1993 Grammy for Best Reggae Album with “Bad Boys,” the band scored again with the 1994 hit album “Reggae Dancer.”

Along the way, the group withstood two-and-a-half decades of triumph and tragedy, including the death of original lead singer, Jacob Miller, and various lineup changes. Despite these challenges, Inner Circle’s intense loyalty to one another – and their fans – has yielded more than 30 years of chart-topping hits and world tours. “To some people a world tour is North America, Europe and Japan, but not us. If it’s on the map, we’re going there,” says Inner Circle artist Ian Lewis. “Traveling around the world, you really learn that everybody’s basically the same. Music is the highest language; it transcends politics, geography, skin color; it transcends all the things that separate people.”

After over three decades, Inner Circle remains one of reggae's most successful crossover groups. Their most recent full album, Blazzin' Fire: Classic Cuts (DubShotta/SoundBwoy Ent), echoes their universal relevance, with hard-hitting lyrics and guest appearances by the likes of Buju Banton, Pitbull, Stephen and Damian Marley, Anthony B and more. Blazzin' Fire: Classic Cuts and Inner Circle’s intense tour schedule re-asserts the depth of Inner Circle's musical history. They are survivors, one of a handful of pioneering reggae bands still around with the credentials and artistry to do it.

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