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Produced by Dr. Edward Love, this new selection is a tribute to both Dennis Brown and Barrington Levy.
Featuring some of the biggest names in Reggae music, Luciano comes with his version of the classic Dennis Brown tune “If This World Were Mine”, while Anthony B reminds everyone with “Mr. Loud” of his love for OG Kush and his ability to produce top-tier ganja anthems. “Venus” from Perfect Giddimani is both a thought provoking cry for betterment and a throwback to his vocal style that so many love. Prominent Miami-based reggae artist Young Shanty comes with a soulful melodic approach to the riddim, singing of returning to Africa “Zion”. Mykal Rose concludes the vocal segment with “Cool It Down”, an anti-gun violence tune that is much needed in these times.
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“HOW WE SURVIVE” The SF Bay Area-born Young Shanty returns with another roots-reggae hit highlighting his singing ability in the new single “How We Survive.” Continuing to bring the people music with substance, Young Shanty shares with us this: “They try to throw everything at us, they try to undo our culture, but we are confident in the victory…” “How We Survive” is available now for streaming and purchase on all platforms including Spotify and Apple Music. Taken from the upcoming EP titled “Higher Quality” with guests Anthony B, Blakkamoore and more!
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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.