Erika Crymson is a Japanese songstress who has been pursuing her music career for more than a decade. She continues what many female soloists in this scene have done long ago. One act that can be highlighted about one of the true diversities that the world Jamaican Sound scene has.
Starting her music career in 2005, she is involved in lots of gigs in many venues, from clubs to Jamaican music parties. Through JAH WORKS, a Japanese music imprint managed by her fellow Japanese producer OGIDOO, Erika released her debut 7″ vinyl single “Judge” in 2011. A year after she met the producer. In 2012, she then founded her own label, LOOP DUB and released an EP entitled “LOOP DUB”.
Erika Crymson continues to spread her charm through many stages. In 2013, she stunningly performed with Direct Impact for the “One Love Festival” in London – England and in the same year, she also shared the stage with one of the living legends of sound system culture, Jah Shaka, in Japan. Apart from running her solo projects, Erika Crymson has also lent her voice as guest vocalist to the likes of DubjuanaMidnightSystem, THE SILVER SONICS, THE REDEMPTION, Ga-Pi and Prince Fatty.
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