The Royal Youths formed on Vancouver Island in October 2015 as a one time backing band for Caleb Hart. Since then they have grown into an incredible band that brings their own unique funky reggae into every room they play.
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“Through his work with Tasman Jude and now as frontman of the Royal Youths, Caleb Hart has established himself as one of Canada’s premier reggae voices, roots-reggae smooth to dancehall grimy in the blink of an eye and always armed with a message of peace, love and hope.” – Victoria Ska & Reggae Festival
“The sound mastered by these guys is a team effort, plainly displayed in their immaculate performances. It’s the combination of heart shared by each member of the band, and a flawless synchronicity of talent, skill, and simply soul.” – Jessy Savage http://www.jessysavage.com/features/caleb-hart-and-the-royal-youths-road-to-riff
“When you can switch between singing reggae to soulful R&B to sounding just like Shaggy seemlessly, you’re going to blow some minds. Just watch his cover of Shaggy and Rayvon’s ‘Angel’. It’s no wonder his set with the Royal Youth’s at Sugar Nightclub won them a performance spot at Rifflandia. Hart also capped off his year winning a Western Canadian Music Award with his other band Tasman Jude. 2017 is already starting off hot as his voice is heavily featured in Illvis Freshly’s song ‘Upside Down’ playing in rotation on The Zone for January 2017’s Band of The Month. Caleb Hart went from someone I didn’t know anything about to being a name that has been practically seen everywhere within four months. This performance for Do250’s ‘Road To Riff Contest Showcase’ is a shining example of Hart’s vocal chops and stage presence.” – Magmazing Music