Noble Society was named in the Huffington Post as one of the Top 10 artist to check out. A group of classically trained musicians with renowned vocalist Jahdan; internationally known for his work on the classics "Sound Bwoy Bureill" (Nervous Records) and "D&D Soundclash" (Koch Records) as well as his features with Branford Marsalis, DJ Premier, Dead Prez and Boot Camp Clik. After complementing so many, Jahdan is now stepping to the forefront as Urban Reggae's leading front man. At Jahdan's right hand stands the towering Delie, a lyrical virtuoso who helps to balance the sizzling riddims with his unique style of playfulness and adrenaline. The group's founder and producer is guitar maestro Diego "Fuego" Campo. Campo's groundbreaking beats and rhythms keep Noble Society relevant to the ever changing trends of "Social music" (Dub, Hip-Hop & Dancehall), while stimulating the masses with an undeniable appeal.
Founder and producer Diego "Fuego" Campo studied under the tutelage of Flamenco guitar master El Entri in Spain and also studied Jazz composition in the United States. He has produced and worked with artists, including Jahdan Blakkamoore, Sizzla, Midnite, Bajah + Dry Eye Crew, and reggae artists Pressure Buss Pipe, Lutan Fyah, Yami Bolo, Natty King, Norrisman, Khari Kill, Marlon Asher, Abijah and worked with hip hop artists, including David Banner, M1 of Dead Prez and Steele of Smif-n-Wessun.
Frontman Jahdan Blakkamoore brings fire to the stage with his brand of soulful voice and raging lyrics. Jahdan has recorded and performed with the likes of Branford Marsalis' Buckshot LeFonque, Smif-n-Wessun, Dead Prez, Matisyahu, and Major Lazer.
Delie Red X also known as Delie 4ever, is a lyrical ninja and entrepreneur who brings a hip-hop element to Noble Society, a wonderful reggae-hip-hop band who received Itune's best reggae album of the year in 2008 and was named Huffington Post's Top 10 bands to check out in 2009. Delie, whose parents are of Jamaican descent, hails from Brooklyn, New York and is emerging with his own brand from the society, The RedXodus Movement, including his urban clothing line, Noble Youth Clothes: NYC for NYC and the RedXodus Education Initiative for underprivileged middle school youth, in collaboration with Boston University School of Education. Bringing raw cultural vibes and lyrical mysticism to his performances around the world, Delie has collaborated with other artists like Tony Touch, 77Klash, Biga Ranx (Delie's label mate), Guru RIP, Black Thought, M1 from Dead Prez, Moon from Lustre Kings, Steele and Tech from Smith and Wesson, and Adam Deitch. As a prelude to the release of his solo album, Spiritual Warfare, fans can check out Delie's singles, "In the Skies" featuring Tzaddi and "Loving them both" featuring Jahdan Blackamoore, out now on iTunes. They can also look forward to seeing him opening up on the Brigante Tour with Biga Ranx and XRay Productionsin Paris in March and April 2014. Also released and taking fans by storm since summer 2013, is PPM's remix album, The Experience, by London's own, Colin Rolaz. Fans can also check out the 2014 release of Noble Society's mix tape, Noble Knights Assemble, PPM's remix. The PPM album, aka, Powerful Painful Music, was the creative brainchild of Deli4ever; alongside Jahdan Blackamoore, Diego Fuego Campo, and D2, where he flipped the band's musical genre from reggae-hiphop to hiphop reggae dubstep. After several successful worldwide tours in countries like Germany, France, Switzerland, and of course the US, fans can finally look forward to Delie's solo album, Spiritual Warfare, the follow-up to PPM. As he states in the single 4Life, "PPM is the theme of his warfare, he's SPIRITUAL, I don't believe that he's all there."
Check out his latest single, "Loving them Both" and the write-up on LargeUp: http://www.largeup.com/2014/01/27/you-rate-it-delie-redx-loving-them-both/
Links to his singles on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/delie-redx/id680934855