We’ve been waiting for this! Maybe this is the year for love, here I have a brand new single from Evaflow. He recently released “Familiar Stranger” featuring Sara Lugo. Here Lugo’s honeyed melodious voice flows through as the chorus, while Eva shows his spectacular lyrical […]
Tag: reggae music
Hi Everyone! On this Expression Wednesdays I have the second solo single from Notis Heavyweight Rockaz, “No Bad Dayz”. This single follows “Raggy Road”, this time lifting our moods even more to say no bad dayz. No Bad Dayz is a lighthearted reggae song, the […]
I’m here to represent for the group of people who sit and wait for Protoje to bless the universe with new music; he never disappoints. Last week Proto dropped “Truths and Rights” featuring Mortimer and it took my Twitter timeline by storm, with good reason. The song was produced by Winta James, and I’m not being biased when I say him have the formula… the rhythms from him are good and unique.
Truths and Rights speaks up for the youths in society… the future of the country. As well as the evident inequality that befalls the masses. They encourage us to think keenly about the choices we make in life, and inject that a little love can go a long way.
“When all the youths need is a chance, not a bly“
I thought strongly about typing out the entire second verse, for you to see why I am so moved by this song. There’s so much wrong in society, and people need to hear and see it, people need to be the change. And it can simply start by caring about each other, we’re all human beings. Take a listen to Truths and Rights.
“Until the day that my soul takes flight, Babylon will hear my voice,
cause we deh yah so fi truths and rights.”
I can’t decide if I like Blood Money or Truths and Rights more, comment below with the one you like more.
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Hi Everyone 🙂
This week we have new reggae music… Again! Ziah from the In.Digg.Nation Collective released his first single “Streets.” What makes it even more special, is that he wrote and produced the song. Ziah stresses the importance of teaching children what is right, and how the role of parents is an important factor in this. He’s grateful for getting the proper understanding as a youth so that he wasn’t lead astray; take a listen to Streets by Ziah.
Hi Everyone 🙂
Have you ever been in love? Today I’m sharing a song from the tribute album “We Remember Dennis Brown,” it is “Have You Ever” by Marsha Ambrosius; a cover of Dennis’ “Have You Ever Been In Love.” My friend Minkah shared it with me the other day, and I’ve had it on repeat, take a listen.
For the fun of it I’m going to share the original as well, “Have You Ever Been In Love.”