The Heart Burns a Thousand Fires was self produced by De Apostle and features 12 poetic jams with various collaborations. The album is suited for roots reggae connoisseurs and is sure to leave you wanting more.
De Apostle is a roots reggae artist from St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. With 12 studio albums, Neal Isaiah Daniel, known as De Apostle started his musical career in 1991 with Genesis. He has worked with numerous standout artists including Juvenile, Sizzla, Morgan Heritage, Luciano, Turbulence and Pressure Busspipe.
Despite his long presence in the game he is not known for having huge success with his tracks but has managed to stay in the game and now seems to have garnered a lot of traction with his latest work. Previous work worth noting is ‘Can’t Hold Me Down‘, ‘My Vision‘, and ‘D Evils’.
De Apostle, as his name suggests, signature, is on the Rastafarian tip and is not necessarily in it for the big bucks. His latest album has managed to grab people’s attention once again. It follows Razor Blade Autobiography released in 2016. With a strong supporting cast it is a real treat for roots reggae lovers. His sound is supported well by the aforementioned artists who shine together with the rasta from St Croix.
Look out for tracks like ‘Bad Mind’ with Capleton, ‘My People Rise’ featuring Sizzla and ‘Ancient Color’ featuring both Pressure Busspipe and I-Shine.
The album is a real refresher that is worth your time if you’re a real reggae lover. Like sifting through poetry this 12 track album will take you on a real trip that will leave you feeling refreshed. Big up De Apostle. One Love Rasta.