LA On Lock Review: Close 2 Peace

March 17, 2020

Top Shelf Reggae Review of Single 'Life Calling'

January 01, 2020

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WORLD VIDEO PREMIERE: Ben Barbic “Break Free” feat. Ras Fraser Jr.

September 11, 2018

What's tThe hustler out of San Jose, Ben Barbic, is back with this world premiere for "Break Free": a hometown heavy video for the track off Rebel Sound Records and featuring rasta artist Ras Fraser Jr. Bursting onto the reggae charts in 2013 with his lead single "Rat Race", Barbic has manufactured three albums since and isn't anywhere near done, considering his active ethos. But, all work and no play makes Ben a dull boy, for "Break Free" emphasizes balance of work exerted and release due. If you hustle day in and day out, you end up with "too much stress" and "not enough fun"... at least there's music that takes Ben to "calm and safety". his item about? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention...

Ben Barbic: Top Shelf Reggae Review of 'On My Mind'

March 22, 2018

What's this item about? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention...Reggae solo artist Ben Barbic is back with his latest hip hoppy love ballad “On My Mind” off Rebel Sound Records. This is the first single for Barbic fans to enjoy since his full-length album The Takeofftook to the airwaves last November (following an EP release in June). Ben Barbic is certainly pumping out the jams these days! Bursting onto the solo scene in 2013 after playing percussion and being a vocalist for a handful of other bands, Barbic hit it big with his premiere single “Rat Race” – even having the track featured in a television series! Fast forward six years and this standout artist out of San Jose, California has three album releases under his belt: two within the past year and all showcasing his eclectic musical capabilities.

Ben Barbic | I'm Not An Artist That Is Comfortable Asking “Hows Everybody Doing”?

October 29, 2017

I'm consumed with music.

 

It was at 5 years old I started to record my voice and became fascinated with recording voice. Around the same time I started rhyming during every day tasks to keep myself occupied. There came a point where I felt my voice needed to be heard by others.

Sometimes while writing it takes me awhile to find the words to say - other times I can have a whole song written in a day and the right melody comes out of nowhere.

I’ll be doing something and “boom” the melody will find its what into my mind.

Ben Barbic: Ally's Attic Interview

November 05, 2017

Ben Barbic: Creating Music To Overcome Struggles And Thrive In Life

November 06, 2017

This week’s interview is with Ben Barbic. Ben is an incredible Goal Achiever who creates music to help people overcome struggles and thrive in life. He’s been recording music since 5 years old and works relentlessly to continue to improve his musical identity and authenticity.

How Ben Barbic Followed His Dreams and is becoming a Rockstar

January 01, 2020

Ben is one of those amazing people who took a chance, left his comfort zone and followed his dream.

But, how does he balance family life and traditional responsibilities with this noble goal of living his passion?

Let’s find out in this exclusive interview…

Ben Barbic: Interview on African Crest Radio

October 01, 2017

Radio interview on African Crest Radio

Ben Barbic: Sunstock Interview

January 01, 2020

Ben Barbic has a fairly large catalogue of success under his belt. There’s a reason for that. His music is bloody good! 

A fusion of genres you wouldn’t usually expect to work together. His sound has the true rawness of acoustic music but the energy and passion of a hip-hop artist.

I was lucky enough to get an insight into the making of the music!

Mercury News: South Bay duo following their music and movie dreams

October 29, 2017

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Two South Bay artists, two mediums, and one dream.

A musician and cinematographer are combining their passions to inspire others to follow their own aspirations.

When Willow Glen musician Ben Barbic and Campbell cinematographer Alan Mascareno met late last year, they decided to combine their talents to send a positive message to people–take a chance.

“You should always pursue what you love,” Barbic said.

Introduction on 102.9 fm - THE ICEBOX

November 08, 2017

Ben Barbic: NDJAmz Interview

October 29, 2017

Ben's First Interview with Patrice Tomlin

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