Link&Chain musical group involves four rastaman. Dwight Campbell “Ta Seti”, Paul Williams “Congo Paul” Trevor Douglas “Kasha ” Oneil Griffiths “IceCold”.
Link&Chain is a band of brothers that have been harmonizing together and co-writing their songs for decades since their early days in Jamaica. The name was chosen because of its significance to the struggle of our ancestors and it also significant to the unity of InI coming together & holding together like links on a chain. The group came together in 1986 as a trio and still has three of its original members. Rock N Roll Magazine’s J. Poet noted of the band, “As good as any trio the island’s ever produced”. The newest member of the group is Oneil Griffiths who joined in 2015. Over the course of time, their musical success placed them alongside the All-Stars of Jamaican reggae groups and into magazines such as Rock N Roll Magazine, Beat and Pulse! Inspired by their Rastafari faith, they write their own unique spiritual, danceable music designed to uplift, educate & entertain. Their brand new single “Ready” hits all the right notes.
Steeped in adrenaline but chill-inducing in a way that is only possible when a sense of urgency finds no relief, the beats that power the backend of Link & Chain’s “Ready” are much a cornerstone of the group’s construction of a narrative in this track. Instrumentally speaking, this single is pretty elaborate but among all of the multifaceted influences included in “Ready,” sonic filler (of any variety) is not one of them. Link&Chain has a layered story they are trying to tell in this song, and especially in its psychedelic-tinged buffering message. There is no room for useless fluff here and it definitely speaks straight to the hearts of music lovers worldwide.
What inspired you to get into music?
We were inspired by friends and relatives around us that was doing music at the time we started.
How would you describe your music?
Our music is Inspirational, Educational, Political, Love, Peace. songs with meaning and feeling music you can dance to.
What would you say is your recording and songwriting style?
Our writing styles are very difficult to pinpoint because were all songwriters with different styles, Our main objective is to keep it positive, like for example, Steel Pulse, The Wailers, Burning Spear, Israel Vibration.
Where would you like to see your music career in 5 years time?
In 5 years we would love to see our on music charts worldwide.
Where can music fans listen to your music?
You can find our music on Spotify, iTunes, Apple, Soundcloud YouTube, Deezer, ReverbNation, and Bandcamp.
Here’s a link: https://linktr.ee/LinknChainMusic