Ras Karbi was born on the Island of Jamaica. After graduating the Jamaica School of Art, he was awarded scholarships by The Brooklyn Museum Art School in New York, and later by the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design. Here he studied sculpture and acting, while pursuing a degree in music at Brown University. His newest single ‘Why you Do Me That’ has a ripping saxophone solo slicing the rhythm in several pieces but not sooner than the underline licks of the guitar solo that adds sparks without clashing in the middle of the song. The protruding base line does not interrupt, but add flavor to the rhythm in a satisfying and repetitive way that puts you mind in a state that couldn't be more tropical. 'Sitting in the sun working on my tan talking to a Rastaman'. Enjoy!
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