Singer, musician, producer and composer, born in Madrid and resident a few years ago in Tenerife, Ras Kuko is one of the greatest exponents of reggae national scene, with great international projection.
Founder of the reggae band Cañaman, he has published five solo albums.
Among his collaborations include Daddy Freddy, Raphael, Capleton, Marcia Griffiths, Luciano, Brinsley Forde, Quique Neira, Swan Fyahbwoy, Morodo, Ganjahr Family, Ras Tewelde and many more.
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Bass KulchaTalking about his new album, Ras Kuko says: -On a humble point of view, i honestly believe that this is the best work i've ever made until now. An album of pure Reggae, created carefully, with sincerity and full of good lyrics and melodies, giving a sense to the definition of what is called nowadays "Reggae revival". Fifteen tracks with the best New Roots are the main structure of Ras Kuko’s new album, this time in collaboration with a new producer for he, the talented musician and sound technician from Canary Islands, Yeray A. Herrera. As a result a really contemporary sound calling back Classic Reggae or ancient Dub. This is Original Reggae Revival.
Entre tú y yo2013 showed up his third solo album, Entre Tú y Yo, proving that Ras Kuko has no time to waist, he is always ready for war. An album of twelve tracks and an extra Dub, that was elaborated by Okoumé studios team and mastered by Lion & Fox (U.S.A.). This time the featurings are Quique Neira, Ganjah’r Family, Lava Sound & Salazar El Tabaquero.
Ras Kuko & FriendsIn 2010 it was time for the second one, Ras Kuko & Friends, a musical work with numerous featurings and collaborations. Fifteen tracks produced by Ras Kuko with artists such as Fyahbwoy, I-Nesta, Morodo, Ras Tewelde, Pinnacle Rockers, Astrid Jones, Jaggy D, Mabrakat, Ti Polosound, Yolanda Eyama & Norris LF. Plus the charismatic song alongside the founder of the great ASWAD, Brinsley Forde.
RaspectSinger, musician, producer and composer, Ras Kuko releases his first solo album on 2008. Raspect, with the collaboration of the Mad Sensi Band, showing quality, power and social compromise.