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Internationally acclaimed saxophonist Jerome Najee Rasheed thrilled students and teachers at the Herbert Morrison Technical High School (HMTHS) in Montego Bay last Thursday, before performing at the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival.
Najee Rasheed born in New York, NY is a Jazz/Smooth Jazz artist.
Jerome Najee Rasheed (born in New York City, New York), known professionally as Najee, is an American urban jazz saxophonist and flautist.
He attended New England Conservatory of Music in Boston where he studied with George Russell and Jaki Byard.
He subsequently performed and recorded with singers including Chaka Khan, Freddie Jackson, Will Downing, Phil Perry, Prince, Patti Labelle, Phyllis Hyman, Vesta Williams and Jeffrey Osborne. He has recorded and performed with instrumentalists Marcus Miller, Herbie Hancock, Stanley Clarke, Larry Carlton, Billy Cobham, Charles Earland, Paul Jackson Jr. and George Duke.
As a solo artist he came to prominence with "Najee's Theme" in 1986. His greatest hits album, The Best of Najee, was released in 1998.
He is currently preparing to release his first album with Shanachie Records entitled "The Smooth Side Of Soul", out January 2012. It features production from keyboardist and producer Jeff Lorber (Dave Koz, Michael Franks, Chris Botti, Rick Braun) and saxophonist and producer Darren Rahn (Wayman Tisdale, Eric Darius, Bob James, Jonathan Butler), as well as guest vocals from R&B singer Phil Perry on the lead single, "Just To Fall In Love". The video for "Just To Fall In Love" also features actress Vanessa Bell Calloway and songstress N'dambi.
THIS VIDEO FEATURES:
Najee Rasheed: Soprano Sax
Keyboards & Vocals: Moe Daniels
Piano & Second Keyboard: MD, PJ Morgan
Guitar: Alvin White
Bass: Kevin Walker
Drums: Adre "Blues" Webb