Kabaka Pyramid

Event Postponed: Due to unforeseen circumstances, this show has been postponed. A new date will be announced soon. All August tickets will be honored at the new show. Refunds are available at the point of purchase.

Kabaka Pyramid

Strykers Posse

Mon · August 21, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$20 ADV $22 DOS


This event is all ages

Box Office is open Monday-Saturday 12-6pm and All Show Nights, 410-244-0057. Unless otherwise noted Maryland State's 10% Admissions and Amusement Tax is included in the ticket price.

Kabaka Pyramid
Kabaka Pyramid
Keron "Kabaka Pyramid" Salmon is a multi-talented artist and producer hailing from the streets of Kingston, Jamaica with a unique musical style blending the power, energy and melody of Reggae with the lyricism of Hip hop. He is based out of the Bebble Rock Music camp and through his liquid and hypnotizing delivery spreads the positive messages of spirituality and conscious evolution that forces you to listen.

The name "Kabaka" is Ugandan for "King" and the long lasting survival of the Pyramids of ancient Africa represent his desire for longevity in the music and deep connection to Kemetic roots; leaving messages for generations to come. He is an ever-evolving artist that has numerous ways of expressing his creativity.

The Award winning artist has developed a solid global fan-base that connects deeply with the messages in his music. Releasing a powerful catalogue including the critically acclaimed "Rebel Music EP" and the Billboard top 10 charting "Lead the Way EP"; singles such as “Free from Chains”, “No Capitalist”, “Mi Alright” with Chronixx, and “Never Gonna Be A Slave” as well as music videos for the popular “Warrior” featuring Protoje, “World Wide Love, “Liberal Opposer” and “High and Windy” with Sara Lugo; he has achieved regular rotation on local and international airwaves. Kabaka Pyramid is being touted by many as a leader in the new wave of powerful reggae artists coming out of Jamaica.

Following the global success of his imapctful hit single "Well Done" in 2015; Kabaka has recently released his "Accurate" mixtape presented by music superpower Major Lazer and Walshy Fire to tremendous reception with the mixtape proving to be an instant classic amongst reggae/hiphop fans.

In 2013 he was awarded breakthrough artist of the year by the Jamaica Reggae Industry Association. He is also a three (3) time nominee for Song of the year 2013, 2014 and 2015 for the tracks “No Capitalist”, "Mi Alright" and "Well Done"respectively.

The lyricist has in additon won the award for best reggae recording in 2013 by Canada’s highly respected Juno Awards.

Kabaka has achieved recognition both locally and overseas, placing #1 on the BILLBOARD Next Big Sound Charts Worldwide and also featured by the popular music conglomerates Billboard.com, TheFader, MTV Iggy, Okayplayer, Reggaeville amongst many others in the media landscape.

Pyramid has toured extensively over the past 4 years; carrying his "Rebel Music" to the largest of Reggae stages around the world performing on major festivals spanning from the US West Coast to Europe. Aided by his excellent Bebble Rockers band; he has brought his message and power to thousands of people hitting stages such as “Reggae on the River” (US), Sierra Nevada World Music Festival (US), “Rototom Sunsplash” (Spain), Musa (Portugal), SummerJam (Germany), Reggae Sundance (NE) and the “Reggae Sun Ska Festival” (FRA), South by South West (US) amongst many more. He has also performed in Canada, Costa Rica and the Caribbean entertaining audiences hungry for high energy and high power conscious reggae music.

In 2015 alone Kabaka headlined a 24 show, 31 day tour of the United States and a 28 show, 11 country tour of Europe thrilling reggae lovers and further cementing himself as an ambassdor of the music he loves.

Locally; Pyramid has graced the stage of major local concerts such as Reggae Sumfest, Rebel Salute, Sting, Trench Town Rock and the Dennis Brown Tribute Concert as well as live national TV and radio performances to rave reviews.

With a mission to steer future generations towards harmony and unity Kabaka Pyramid is primed and focused on bringing a righteous and conscious way of thinking to the masses through Reggae Music.

“With a solid list of skills not only in the booth but on the mixing board, and an array of lyrics that preach a message of love, self-awareness and African pride, Kabaka Pyramid is well on his way to a career that should not only lead to greatness but also lead a lot of fans to righteousness” Aesthetics Now Mag.
Strykers Posse
Strykers Posse
Strykers' Posse, a.k.a. We & Dem have graced the stage as an opening band with National acts such as The Wailers, Burning Spear, Toots & the Maytals, Culture, Steel Pulse, Third World, Abyssinians, Legendary Cables, Beres Hammond, Morgan Heritage, Yellow Man, Tony Rebel, Kymani Marley, Yami Bolo, Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths, Rita Marley, Sister Carol, Sanchez, The Late Sugar Minott, The Late Gregory Isaacs, Jr. Marvin of the Original Wailers, Maxi Priest and many others..

Strykers Posse has also backed on stage the following artists; Leroy Sibles, Tinga Stewart, Frankie Paul, Everton Blender, Glenn Washington, Professor Nuts, Queen Makeeda and many more. This act is one that is high energy and refreshing to watch, especially when the frontline brings out the best in entertainment in and around the local and National scene and features sistrens doing their stuff. The group has been voted Baltimore City’s 2000 Best Reggae Band and have been nominated several times in the WAMA (Washington Area Musician Association) awards. Strykers’ Posse received the 2000 Dennis Brown Award at the Washington DC Reggae Music Awards. The group received several citations over the years from the State of Maryland recognizing them for their continued support in the community. Strykers' Posse a.k.a. We & Dem consist of two sistrens, Ichelle Cole and Yvonne Deane-Hibbert known to many as the East Coast "Queens of Reggae". as well as accompanying musicians.
Venue Information:
Baltimore Soundstage
124 Market Place
Baltimore, Maryland, 21202