Reggae Singles

Reggae-fusion artiste Ammoye shares female empowerment anthem “Bad Behaviour”

Ammoye Bad Behaviour
Reggae-fusion artiste Ammoye has announced her upcoming album Water and shared the third single from the record, “Bad Behaviour”. Set for release on September 17th on Lulaworld Records, Water serves as a rebirth for Ammoye since she has found “the light” on her spiritual journey, covering themes of freedom, transformation & liberation. The writing and recording of the album was a journey itself, as Ammoye started writing in Belize before coming home to Toronto to record with producer Danny Maestro with mastering from Tandra “Lytes” Jhagroo. The 13 songs across the record are lush with melodies and strong lyricism, blending Ammoye’s reggae roots with elements of pop, R&B, and dubstep.

On “Bad Behaviour”, Ammoye gives her audience a strong female anthem, centered around taking ahold of your power and recognizing self-worth. In the video for the song, she channels iconic women including Tina Turner, Diana Ross, Grace Jones, Queen Latifah, and Aretha Franklin. You can watch the video for “Bad Behaviour” here now and find the track on streaming services.

Water Tracklist:
1. Journey Home ft. Lord Sassafrass
2. Bad Behaviour 
3. Chess
4. On The Dock
5. A Storm is Coming
6. Remedy
7. Awakening
8. Give it All 
9. Wake Up
10. Count On Me ft. Tash Lorayne
11. Armour
12. Quarantine
13. Freedom ft. Gillie Genesis

Singing songs of love, life and justice, 5-time Juno Award nominee Ammoye delivers a wholly unique future forward reggae sound that incorporates old-school rocksteady, dancehall and dubstep with gospel, soul and R&B. With her infectious voice and messages of empowerment, Jamaican-born Ammoye is a lightworker and self-declared soul rebel. Her stage performance is just as glowing, with past appearances as an independent artist at The Grammy Showcase in Los Angeles, at New Skool Rules Music Festival in Rotterdam Netherlands, and most recently alongside Kirk Diamond and Tome at the 2021 Juno’s in Canada. Her songs of light and vibrant personality make her one of the most dynamic and compelling reggae artists on the scene right now