Reggae artiste Delroy “Wormbass” Niven is no stranger to music; he is a global roots reggae phenomenon bringing pure classic sounds to music lovers around the world. His debut album Reggaeman is without a doubt an amazing compilation of groundbreaking hits.
The body of work was released in late 2016 and has been doing extremely well awarding him many opportunities to perform in various locations on the international scene.
He says, “The feedback on the album has been great so far especially on the other side of the world, particularly Japan, as well as countries in Africa and Europe.”
Reggaeman is produced by Wormbass, under his own label, Jah Birth New Limited and is made available for purchase via Zojak World Wide.
The 15 tracks album includes songs such as Cushion, Jah Light, The Plan, Bring Back The Paradise featuring Beenie Man and Reggaeman.
Wormbass is currently putting fire under the title track by releasing the accompanying visual. The video was shot in Jamaica at various locations in Portmore and Spanish Town.
Describing his music style as Roots Rock Reggae with a bit of World beat music in the mix, the uniqueness in his music comes from his experience and the passionate love he has for the art. Wormbass has been heavily involved in music for no less than 30 years, a feat that saw him performing in venues across all continents. He spent the better part of his career playing the bass, notably as the leader of the Blaze Band, which backed dancehall artiste Beenie Man for 8 years and played a huge role in his career.
In between promotions, Wormbass is currently in the studio working on his second album, however, he is still raking in support for Reggaeman. In addition to embarking on an island wide school tour soon, he is also touring with the “Inna Da Yard Band” and just wrapped up shooting a movie documentary with them.