His new single, “Red, Green, & Gold,” incorporates drums of the South Pacific, and was featured in IRIE Magazine's 420 Issue. “Tahitian drumming is something that many people don’t know about, and I consider it a hidden gem,” states Josh. “Incorporating the Tō’ere (a hollowed-out log drum) and other Polynesian percussions into Reggae is just the start. My goal is to help bring this powerful and energetic percussion the place it deserves in modern music.” He hopes to release his first album later this summer.
Born in Southern California, his interest in music piqued at young age. In October of 2016, Josh completed his undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University – Hawaii as a General Music Studies Major (Percussion emphasis), participating in the BYU-Hawaii Salsa Orchestra, BYU-Hawaii “Shaka Steel” Drum Band, and Concert Choir. He completed his Master of Music Degree in Contemporary Performance (Production Concentration) at Berklee College of Music’s Valencia Campus in July of 2018. With the skills in music production, performance, and business, Josh Wallace hopes to continue creating music that will change the world.