“Hotta dan di Equator!”
Deejay, Singer, Rapper and Dub Poet are just few of the titles that can describe
MAJAH BLESS, who spits rhymes like “Back in high school I used to DJ pon table top-but nowadays I’ve
got the voice to mek yuh label pop”
Driven by the philosophy “Never let your address hinder your success”, Omaall Wright, artistically
known as ‘MAJAH BLESS’ is destined for international greatness that surpasses his Denham Town,
With a lyrical genius of the same caliber as Peter Tosh and performance intensity similar to Buju Banton,
MAJAH BLESS represents the best expression of artistic fusion. MAJAH BLESS creates an eclectic mix of
Dancehall and Reggae songs that will make your mind stand at attention and your body voluntarily rock
and dip between the rhythms of his poetic songs.
Always more than what you expect, MAJAH BLESS has been wowing audiences since age 3 and has won
a ‘trailer-load’ of awards that are testimony to his exceptional talent.
In December 2014, Majah Bless who was the first live performance outside of their regular soundsystem
series, “Turned Up” Tel Aviv, Israel with a ‘Soul Stirring’ performance at Yard Storm, a monthly series,
hosted by Israeli’s four most prominent local soundsystems, Mystical Youth Sound, Rude Boy, Badboy
International & Amar Sound.
Majah Bless has been sharing his lyrics and an empowering message to “never let your address
determine your success” with the country. He was featured on a wildly successful Israeli prime time
reality TV series “Once In a Lifetime” filmed in Kingston, Jamaica in 2009. He shared the silver screen
with Ninet Tayeb Israel’s largest pop star, as he hosted her during her time that she resided in Denham
Town and experienced the real Jamaica. Majah has been continually invited to work with Israeli DJ’s,
producers & artists that are dedicated to fusing Jamaican & Israeli musical vibrations. Most recently,
Majah collaborated with Israel’s number one reggae artist, Soul J, on a track called Kingston Town. The
song made its debut on Soul J’s EP. Kingston Town and has been blazing up the airwaves abroad. The
music video can be seen on Youtube.
Omaall Wright places significant importance on bringing back his experiences from abroad to share with
his local community of Denham Town. More than just lyrics, Majah’s conviction are in his daily actions.
As a Drama School teacher at the Holy Childhood High School, he works every day with Jamaican youth
as a powerful example of change through the arts.
Majah Bless hopes that his poetry brings and spreads a positive message about overcoming ones