If there is one genre of music that can educate children and spread love across the world, campaigned against wars and hatred, it is Reggae. It’s historically been the medium for spreading love and dispelling hate. Mr Big man, C-krit and Rude boy Crooner Winning Jah, Nigerian Reggae Star and recording artist has won accolades for his charitable Reggae contributions and widespread humanitarian work.
The Reggae star has released a new Reggae Ska hit, titled “Living in Fire” officially released on 24th March 2017 from his upcoming album “FireDise” after he was released from the Italian Government detention for accommodating African persons living illegally in Italy, as CEO of AC1D AIUTA BAMBINI an International Charity (NPO), he responded as a Volunteer but not like a tout, the singer described the incident as injustice. that fueled the idea of the first of its kind Reggae Ska which is rare in the Nigeria reggae industry as the genre of vibes.
About Winning Jah
Eno Osagie Kingsley professionally known by his artistic name Winning Jah, songwriter, recording artist, an entertainer and Humanitarian was born in Kano state, Nigeria on 12 December 1973. He started performing music at his early age, He was heavily inspired by the greats of the Reggae music and closely studied the work and lives of Reggae stars like Alpha Blondy, Fela Kuti, Jah Fakoly, Chaka Demus, Majek Fashek, Tony Allen, Peter Tosh, Baba Sissoko and of course the great Bob Marley himself. He believes one of the great qualities of Reggae is its ability to create social awareness. Since there was a deep humanitarian inside his own self, he wanted to do something not just for Reggae fans but people all around as being the Voice of the Voiceless. So he stopped pursuing materialism and has since dedicated his concert earnings to those in need from uneducated children in Africa to those who need food and basic supplies the most. Winning Jah was born with a severe disability, which reduced him to using wheelchair, outside his difficulty he never stopped his Joyful and evergreen songs.