Addis Pablo is a melodica player and composer from Jamaica. The son of the legendary Augustus Pablo, Addis and his sister Isis carry on their father’s musical heritage being in charge of his Fathers Estate, creating events such as the Augustus Pablo Tribute in Jamaica and contemporary art exhibits by Isis in Japan.
Addis following in his fathers footsteps has been producing his own music since 2008 and touring globally for 6 years, his debut album titled “In His Father’s House” was released in 2014 and was received world wide with high ratings. The project featured other Jamaican artists such as Exile Di Brave, Earl 16, Prince Allah, Chezidech, and more. Some of the his other projects include Suns of Dub x Walshy Fire Major Lazer Mixtape (2013), Sizza x Suns Of Dub “Jah Jah Solve Dem” (2014), and Suns of Dub “Far East Mixtape” with Mighty Crown (2015), and his most recent projects “Majestic Melodies” mixtape (2017) and the Majestic Melodies Ep (2018)
Addis's tours have taken him through out the world delivering his father’s music and memory to his father’s fans as well as delivering his own music to a new generation of fans. He has toured throughout Europe, The UK, The United States , Hong Kong, Singapore. Malaysia Indonesia and Japan. He has opened for acts such as Inner Circle,The Mighty Diamonds and Earl Chinna Smith. Addis has been featured on major international reggae festivals including Garance Reggae Festival, Reggae Jam, Reggae On The River, and Uppsala Reggae Festival in Sweden.
Recent highlights include Addis Pablo selling out the Jazz Cafe in London in April of 2018. In June of this year, Addis and his sister Isis Swaby payed tribute to Pablo at the Apple Store in Williamsburg Brooklyn with a DJ Set by Isis and performance by Addis. They were also invited to speak about their Father at a Sonos (Speaker Brand) Event celebrating International Reggae Day on July 1st .
In October 2018 Addis was featured in a advertisement for Clothing Brand “Supreme” playing the melodica created in a Collaboration by Supreme and Hohner featuring the instrument made famous by his Father Augustus Pablo