One of the things we learned from the recent past is that we should never take our prosperity for granted, right? Our wealth and opportunities are a vulnerable blessing in a turbulent world, and for that reason they need to be shared with those who need it the most. That’s why we thought it is time again to organise a fundraiser session to support the children of Yawenta Children’s centre in Ethiopia. So on the 30th of September we present you an even bigger line up than before with a live band, lots of chanters and selectors and even TWO SOUNDSYSTEMS in one big charity dance!
For the evening we invited Rapha Pico and the Noble chanters. Famous for his golden voice and neverending positive vibes, Rapha is one of those singers that breathes Roots music. Rapha has a discography full of beautiful songs and together with the Noble Chanters and friends, he will definitely surprise you in his live show! Dj’s for the evening are Dj Ewa and Jamjam sound.
For the night we’ll meet Roots Plague Soundsystem aka ‘the great red wall’. Our beloved bredrins from Münster will bring in their hand-built soundsystem, so expect bass pressure all the way massive. The hosts of the great Reggaejam Dubcamp area already came to WORM in 2017 and those who attended know Roots Plague sound will heat up the dance for real. This time they bring the talented Jah Ollie (DE) and Longfingah (DE) on microphone.
To complete the line up we will bring Ras Ejah into the dance. We are very happy this conscious chanter is joining us again with his unpolished message about Rastafari. Once you hear you know!