About Wayne Passion
Wayne Passion was one of the first artists in the world to write, produce and record reggae/hip-hop cross over tracks. Wayne Passion took his unique musical style and formed a controversial reggae/hip-hop group named Rasta Survivor producing number one tracks such as, “Fire Burn”, “Hip-Hop Bogle”, “Daddy Biggs” and “Tic Toc”. After Rasta Survivor’s many performances; television appearances; attendance at fundraiser events and receiving a TV Ontario Video award Wayne Passion decided to accelerate his musical career by becoming an international solo artist.
Besides being a multitalented recording artist, Wayne Passion is Master Chef with his own unique Jamaican style show called “Reggae Kitchen Show”; the show teaches viewers how-to-cook Jamaican and International cuisine while enjoying music and interviews with famous international entertainers. Wayne Passion has appeared on Food Network’s TV show “Recipe to Riches”; received a review in Toronto Life magazine’s “The Dish” column and is the first Jamaican culinary chef to teach cooking classes at PC cooking school for Loblaws. Wayne Passion is also an activist against gun violence and is the founder of the Gun Amnesty Program in Canada. Wayne Passion was recognized for his devotion by the Guinness “Man of Respect” awards organization sponsored by FLOW 93.5 FM and created tracks such as, “Put the Guns Down” showing his ongoing support against gun violence.
Currently, Wayne Passion has composed four new tracks called, “Summer Time”, “Falling”, “Changes” and “Full-time Lover” which he co-produced with IHOUSE Records. These four tracks feature uprising reggae/dancehall artist Adrian Thompson better known as Supa Nova.