Music is the backbone of every culture
Image Credit: M1 (Ministering 1)
M1 is not a motorway. Well, it is in the UK. But in St Kitts & Nevis in the Caribbean, M1 is a reggae rapper with a reputation that is growing internationally.
‘Warrior’ is now beginning to get xRhythms airplay.
To give him his full artist credit, M1 (Ministering 1) is a communicator whose song about spiritual warfare, ‘Warrior’, is now beginning to get xRhythms airplay.
Speaking about himself on Facebook, he laid out the serious intent behind his joyfully rhythmic music.
Music can persuade an individual to do right or wrong.
“Music is the backbone of every culture and can persuade an individual to do right or wrong... I am an independent artist who is moving based on the guidance of God, watching him open more doors for me in my life.”
‘Warrior’ is a track on M1’s 2019 album ‘Single Nation’, and it’s not the first track from him to receive international notice.
His Christmas song ‘Ropopom’ caught the ear of Cross Rhythms music editor Tony Cummings who wrote that it “could well be the best Christmas reggae track I've ever heard.”
Reggae is a very popular genre.
Reggae music first came to the UK in 1948, and it's a very popular genre regularly appearing in top chart songs.
There is no doubt that M1’s international future is looking bright.