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New single: The Right Stuff feat. Tahnee Rodriguez “No Diggity” (roots/reggae)
PRESENTS A NEW SINGLE BY THE RIGHT STUFF featuring
The first official single by The Right Stuff trio is available on digital stores with the collaboration of Tahnee Rodriguez.
The song is a reggae / rubadub reinterpretation of the international hit by Blackstreet, one of the most important R&B groups of the 90s.
The single anticipates the release of their first work, a 6-song EP that establishes the artistic partnership with Bettah as well as the aforementioned Tahnee Rodriguez. Recorded and mixed with vintage machines in the prestigious “Forward Studios” of Grottaferrata (RM) by Francesco Putortì and mastered by Francesco “Pizzetto”, it also sees the participation of Mirko Mazza on guitar.
The Right Stuff project was born in November 2017 to accompany Asante Amen (JA) and Ras Tewelde on their “Coronation Tour”.
Over the years they have collaborated both in the productions of international artists such as Sizzla (JA) and Gappy Ranks (UK), and as a backing band of names such as Mark Foggo, VirtuS, La Marina, Treble and Ras Mat I.
They have also been promoters of events such as the “Rub A Dub Session”, a weekly event where some of the best reggae voices and not only of the Roman and national scene were hosted, hence the artistic partnership with Tahnee Rodriguez.
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