RASE TV, Reggae And Soca Entertainment (Canada)


In The Zone TV


After two successful seasons of their nationally broadcast television show, the Montreal based multi-media production company RASE TV will soon launch season III of In The Zone. The show has been heralded as Canada's premiere Caribbean music entertainment program. The all new season is slated to hit the screen in April 2007.

Over 6 million nationwide are treated to half an hour of the latest Caribbean music videos, interviews, a definitive Caribbean dictionary, a weekly entertainment scoop and a top music pick of the week.

Season III continues with lead hosting by Lydia Patel, the people's choice award winner from the 2006 Miss Caribbean Canada competition and co-host Don Smooth heard on the FM dial Monday thru Thursday in Montreal.

Excerpts of hosted segments from season II and III will be web cast on RASE TV's home site, www.rasetv.ca.

In The Zone radio

Complimentary to the television broadcast is the weekly radio program, In The Zone. The radio show incorporates reggaeton, kompa, and a vintage week every month within a stream of reggae and soca hits, pre-releases and other exclusives.

In February 2007 In The Zone radio show will make a transition from the commercial AM based station CFMB over to the commercial FM based station CKDG in Montreal.

Zulu_Blak_dancehall_canada_pdiddy_bounty_killer.jpg"Our previous listeners will get the same high octane show conducted by Lisa and me". New listeners will be amazed!" says Prymtym, co-founder of RASE TV. Lisa J & Prymtym host the show along with entertainment reporter, Lydia Patel.

The producers are currently building an online archive of past shows equipped with playlist info for Caribbean music lovers to recall the program on demand.

Canadian Reggae Star Zulu Blak

In collaboration with Shocking Vibes productions, RASE TV congratulates, Jamaican born artist Zulu Blak as the grand prize winner of the 1st ever Canadian Reggae Star talent search. Zulu Blak will release a Shocking Vibes produced single as part of his grand prize win.