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Lloyd Brown & Zion I Kings “Forward”
Release Date: July 9th, 2021 Lustre Kings Productions
Zion I Kings are back to glorify the King through music, once again with the Mash Down Riddim. The 9th installment in the Zion I Kings Riddim series. Mash Down is a fun, modern, funkified and driving take on the vibes that Sly & Robbie and Black Uhuru brought us in the roots reggae heydays of the late 70’s and early 80’s sound, laced with the modern, “HD Roots” sounds of today, Mash Down Riddim is sure to please reggae fanatics on any station, platform or festival show this season and beyond. With a host of contemporary reggae’s finest massaging the track into thier very own testimony of Rastafari culture.
The first track off the Mash Down riddim, Lloyd Brown’s “Forward” is a salute to the indomitable spirit of Jah, stepping through Babylon, not looking back and keeping it moving, Forward.
Artists like Akae Beka, Lutan Fyah , Medisun, Clatta Bumboo, The Movement and more have all blessed this riddim with fine style and lyrical prowess. The riddim title based on the original take from Blakkamoore on “Mash Down Georgetown” with his ode to his homeland of Guyana, the Mash Down riddim serves up solid songs, through and through.
Produced by Zion I Kings Drums: Junior Richards Bass: David “Jah David” Goldfine Synth & Piano: Drew Keys Organ: Laurent “Tippy I” Alfred Guitars, Synths, Dub FX, Flute, Background vocals: Andrew “Moon” Bain Saxophone: Garrett Kobsef Trombone: Balboa Becker Background vocals: Roberto Sanchez
Mixed by Andrew Moon Bain @ Forage Sound Studios, MA Mastered by Laurent Tippy I Alfred and Holy Mountain, STX
The 'G' rating applies to content that has nothing in theme, language, reference to sexual activity, violence, etc. which would be offensive to parents whose younger children listen. Some snippets of language may go beyond polite conversation but they are common everyday expressions. No stronger words are uttered. The reference to violence is at a minimum. Explicit references to sexual activity are not present; nor are there any references in favour of hard drug use.