The Artists Represented by Wash House Music
Jerry "J Boog” Afemata, a reggae singer of Samoan descent, was born in Long Beach and was raised in Compton, California. Steeped in Samoan culture and as the son of a Samoan chief, J Boog’s large family has had a huge impact on his artistry.
Subject to a life less ordinary at an early age, Vital volleyed between Vallejo, California and Chicago for much of his childhood. Though he rarely listens to radio or watches music video programming, Vital, whose name reflects his opinion on his intrinsic and imminent value to the world of music, remains intent on altering the barren terrain of music.
The Hot Rain Band is a reggae music group that was formed in 2000 on Oahu, Hawaii. Their sound is a blend of Jamaican yard-style beats with Pacific island roots as resembles the sound of artists like Bob Marley, Morgan Heritage, Gregory Isaac, Fiji, and J-Boog
Established in 2012, Greenstone was formed as a in-house Production Team for the Wash House Music Group. With a roster consisting of talented artists and producers from both the Bay Area and Hawaii, Greenstone is known for its tasteful sound and has released some amazing projects such as, "Smart Riddim" ( a collaboration with Bay Area production team Royal Order Music) as well as J Boog's "Wolves", "Smoking Bomb Bud", "Brighter Days" and "Rose Petals", which are available online and on all digital retailers.