• Everything
  • The Lion Has Prevailed
  • High Grade
  • Everything
    Genre: Reggae
    MP3 (02:01) [4.62 MB]
  • The Lion Has Prevailed
    Genre: Reggae
    MP3 (02:10) [4.97 MB]
  • High Grade
    Genre: Reggae
For Humble, born Simon Jonathan Vassell in the small township of Redditch England, 2007 has proven to be quite a successful year. To start the year off the singer/songwriter earned a Juno nomination for his debut album "Hard to See", followed up by awards for "Artist of the Year" and "Album of the Year" at the 2007 Reggae Achievement Awards; last but not least, "Best Reggae Song" at the Global Marijuana Music Awards for his herb hit "High Grade"held in Australia. To add to his achievements, Humble had three songs used in the soundtrack of Global TV's new hit series "Da Kink In My Hair". Add stage performances in Jamaica (St. Mary Mi Come From), Montreal (Reggae Festival), Calgary (Reggae Festival), and performances in Japan all while completing his sophomore album under the Palm of Gold recording label.

There's clearly no stopping this Lion as he's set to conquer 2008.

Humble has opened for many international artists such as Junior Kelly, popular dub poet Mutabaruka, Tony Rebel, Queen Ifrica and roots reggae's legendary Abyssinnians to name a few. Humble has also worked with many of Trinidad and Tobago's reggae artists such as Jamelody, Prophet Benjamin and Khari Kill.

Aug 2008 - Humble places 2nd in Kingston Jamaica's ROOTS 96.1FM - "What's The Verdict" Radio Show. New Song Show Down... Listeners Called In and Voted for the song "Keep The Faith"

June 2008 - Humble wins 'Songwriter of the year' at the Reggae Achievement Awards - Toronto



Hard To See (2005)
Everything (Release Date: Oct 2008 Palm Of Gold Records)


Is an album filled with a roots reggae theme with touches of honest heartfelt written songs of hope, love and redemption for all people searching for a brighter outlook on life. "Life is Everything" is the main motto of Humble's sophomore album. This album gives indication of positive vibrations throughout the entire album, lacking of degenerating lyrics and ego driven mind frame. The acoustic arrangements display the artists genuine intentions to bring this message across without bias to musical genre or class. This is an album sure to gain the respect of many, even those not familiar with roots reggae music. Definitely an album worth the dollar.

Radio Interviews:

IRIE FM - Jamaica
Vybz FM - Jamaica
Hot 102 FM - Jamaica
News Talk - Jamaica
KLAS FM - Jamaica
ROOTS FM 96.1 FM - Jamaica
CKLN 88.1 FM - Toronto
CHRY 105.5 FM - Toronto
CHIN RADIO - Toronto
CBC Radio - Toronto
CHHA 1610 AM - Toronto
CFRB 1010 AM - Toronto
C101.5 FM Mohawk Radio - Hamilton
CJSW 90.9 FM - Calgary
KTSU 90.9 FM - Houston, TX
KPFT 90.1 FM - Houston, TX
105.5 FM - Brooklyn, NY
Hot 105.1 FM - Florida
Hot 91 - Virginia USA
Jamrock radio - England

Other Airplay:

Funx.nl - Netherlands
Hit 94.1 FM - Aruba
World Reggae Show
89.3 FM Pacifica Radio - Washington, DC
107.3 BASE FM - Auckland, New Zealand
97.5 FM Kemet Radio - United Kingdom
87.7 FM TQV - Belgium
Live365.com - Reggae Radio London
Live365.com - Big Love Reggae Radio
CJTR 91.3 FM
Jah Glory Radio Show - Bigupradio.com

Television Appearances:

Yard Beat TV - Jamaica - March 2008
CityTV News at 6 - "Shattering the Stereotypes" - Toronto - Feb 2008
Rogers Television Network, "Daytime" in Toronto - 2006 & 2007
Shaw Television Network, Saskatoon, SK - 2007


"I am really feelin the Everything tune! Really nice!"

DJ Dash Eye - Jah Glory Radio Show - Bigupradio.com

XLR8R Magazine Review:
Humble -“Hi-Grade”

Humble is the most requested Canadian artist on my radio program, Rebel Music. His voice is unique, his songwriting is traditionally rootsy but utterly modern and provocative. “Hi-Grade” won the 2007 International Marijuana Music Awards reggae song category, and it is quite possible that the young and talented Humble is the Canadian artist most likely to succeed outside Canada. His music blazes a fire wherever he goes, he performs all over the world and women swoon. Need I say more?

Review by DJ Chocolate • January 3, 2008

Click to read Jamaican Gleaner Interveiw

Solo Requirements:

Mic for vocals, and a 1/4 inch plugin for acoustic guitar

Band: Requirements upon request

Acoustic Guitar
Lead Guitar



Beverly Parnell
Marketing Director

Note: 300 dpi photos available for promotional use upon request
New album, "Everything" to be released Nov 2008
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