Top 10 Facts About Iya Terra

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Iya Terra is an American reggae band from Los Angeles, California. Formed in 2013, Iya Terra has quickly become one of the most popular reggae bands on the West Coast. Here are some important facts about Iya Terra:

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1. Iya Terra is comprised of five members – vocalist Ras Iyah, guitarist Ahdubbs and bass player Ziah, drummer Jahi and keyboardist/backing vocalist Jah Mikey.

2. Iya Terra’s sound is a mix of roots reggae with elements of hip hop, funk and rock mixed in. They have been referred to as “reggae fusion” or “new wave reggae”.

3. Iya Terra has released three full-length albums – “Karma I & II” (2016), “Full Bloom” (2018) and “Sacred Sound” (2020).

4. Iya Terra has toured extensively in the United States, Europe, and Japan. They have also supported major acts such as The Wailers and Michael Franti & Spearhead on their respective tours.

5. Iya Terra has been featured on NBC’s Today Show, CBS This Morning, and NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts series.

6. Iya Terra has won numerous awards including being nominated for a Grammy in 2020 for Best Reggae Album of 2019 with their album ‘Sacred Sound’.

7. Iya Terra is active in the community, raising money and awareness for various causes such as homelessness, medical care, education and more.

8. Iya Terra has a strong social media presence with over 45k followers on Instagram alone.

9. Iya Terra’s music has been featured in multiple TV shows such as ‘Shameless’ (Showtime), ‘The Deuce’ (HBO) and ‘Siren’ (Freeform).

10. Iya Terra are known for their high-energy live performances that always leave fans wanting more! Whether it be at festivals or their own headlining shows, Iya Terra never fails to put on an amazing show.

Iya Terra is a passionate and inspiring band that has quickly become a household name within the reggae community. Their unique sound and contagious energy continue to captivate audiences everywhere they go! Iya Terra continues to push boundaries and break barriers with their music and message, making them one of the most influential bands in reggae today.

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