The Vincent Nap music collection

Good-thongs-come-cd-coverRight about now, I proudly present a catalogue of my music and work over the years. I must say working on these tracks was truly a labour of unconditional love. It was often a nightmare to get the funding to record but,
THE DESIRE HAS ALWAYS FAR EXCEEDED THE ISMS…..

Please take time to listen to some of the tunes that I have enjoyed producing over the years.
(You might download one or two if you feel so inclined).
I welcome you on this royal reggae journey with me….
Please give me your comments, I’ll be pleased to hear from you. Let me know your favourite tracks.

JAH RASTAFARI

1988 – Honeysuckle Lady

Written by; Vincent Nap. Music Produced by; Vincent Nap.

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Catalogue No: VN- 015 – 18

You can to listen to a snippet of music here or why dont you litsen via my soundcloud

1988 – Need Your Loving

Written by; Vincent Nap. Music Produced by; Vincent Nap.

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Catalogue No: VN- 015 – 17

You can to listen to a snippet of music here or why dont you litsen via my soundcloud

1998 – Who Goes There

Written by; Vincent Nap.

who-goes-there-image Included on the soundtrack of the movie ‘Monk Dawson’ and features on the ‘Good Things Come’ album.
Vince sings of the spiritual journey of the rastaman. It portrays the rasta way of life, primarily peace and love, thanks and praise.

Who Goes There features on the ‘Good Things Come CD’.

Catalogue No: VN- 015 – 16

You can to listen to a snippet of music here or why dont you litsen via my soundcloud

1998 – Thanks & Praise

Written by; Clifton ‘Bigga’ Morrison. Music Produced by; Clifton ‘Bigga’ Morrison.

vincent-nap-6A track that pays homage to his imperial majesty Haile Selaisse, the king of kings and lord of lords.
The spirit of rasta is the driving force in Vince’s music and his life.

Catalogue No: VN- 015 – 15

You can to listen to a snippet of music here or why dont you litsen via my soundcloud

1998 – Everyday Everyday

Written by; R Guthrie. Music Produced by; Vincent Nap and Clifton ‘Bigga’ Morrison.

JamVincentPortraitByVictorJam Vincent Portrait By Victor Vince sings of the struggles that we may all face in our everyday lives.

‘Everyday Everyday’ became the title track for Vince’s subsequent CD “Good Things Come’. This CD was released in 2000.

Catalogue No: VN- 015 – 14

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2000 – Good Things Come

Written by; Vincent Nap. Music Produced by; Clifton ‘Bigga’ Morrison.

Vincent NapGood Things Come is Vince’s first album and a collection of some of his best work. It was produced in collaboration with Bigga. Vince created a selection of music that showcases his talent as a singer/songwriter. Each individual track is unique. They demonstrate Vince’s incredible ability to make melodic his thoughts and emotions. When you listen to this album you’ll hear Vince the revolutionist, the humble son, the pragmatist, the Philanthropist.
This album evokes deep thought and a call to action; to want to do better and be better.

Catalogue No: VN- 015 – 13

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2008 – Need more Love

Written by; Vincent Nap. Music Produced by; Vincent Nap and Clifton ‘Bigga’ Morrison.

need more loveNeed More Love is really an ongoing movement to spread the word of harmony and love. There is just too much aggression on the streets. It is all about the idea that working together and approaching issues with positive rather than negative vibes, can be more productive and change lives.

Catalogue No: VN- 015 – 12

You can to listen to a snippet of music here or why dont you litsen via my soundcloud

2011 – Changes (A tribute to Dennis Brown)

Written by; Vincent Nap. Music Produced by; Vincent Nap and Clifton ‘Bigga’ Morrison.

vincent-nap-11Dennis E. Brown was one of Vince’s greatest mentors and when the opportunity arose to do a tribute song for him, Vince jumped at it.
‘Changes’ tells of the story of new beginnings. A new way of life that allows children to be safe and happy. For the children to grow in an environment that will nurture and develop their potential.
He sings about a time when unity has become a reality and we all can coexist without fear.
A time when we achieve a higher level of love and understanding between us all.

Catalogue No: VN- 015 – 10

Soundtracks

2011 – With a smile

Written by; Vincent Nap. Music Produced by; Vincent Nap and Clifton ‘Bigga’Morrison.

vincent-nap-9A truely joyful song of thanks and faith in our higher father. An instruction to maintain stability and grace whether abased or abound in accordance to scripture. Philippians 4:12.
A floating melody that is bound to lift your spirits and arm you with love.

Catalogue No: VN- 015 – 11

Soundtracks