By publisher NAN ET
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri, November 18 2021: Several reggae artists have recently released new music and videos, including Taurus Riley and Skip Marley.
Riley’s Single “Love Salute” Releases Tomorrow, November 19the. A contemporary take on Roots Reggae, with an infectious yet familiar baseline. Appealing to younger audiences and traditional reggae fans, “Love Salute” is a heartwarming track with powerful meaning.
True to the authentic expression of heavy bass and brass associated with the roots of reggae expression, Kareem Burrell unearthed a classic production from his father Fatis’ catalog titled âHold Onâ.
Marley, top of the charts, nominated twice at the Grammy Â©, whose last track “Atmosphere,” starring Jamaican MC Popcaan spent the summer and fall activating the highest vibrations of every listener, the song’s first official video showed Thursday..
The track was produced by Rykeyz, who also produced Skip’s # 1 worldwide hit, certified RIAA Gold. “To slow down” with the double Grammy-winning artist Â© HER
âVibe is a feeling,â Skip says of the song’s fun and heartwarming dance riddim. âA whole mind and an energy. A movement that brings light and life. It’s about being alive! The video brings âVibeâ to life and dimension by celebrating life on the bike. ”
Reggae star Alborosie also recently released a new song, which released the two-track digital single “Ginal Dub with Collie Buddz”. The single is accompanied by a gangster-themed music video shot on location at the Crowne Gardens Retreat, Jamaica and Aradeo, Italy, at the famous Skatafashow restaurant. The clip features performances by Italian actors Sandro Pizzuto, Giampiero ColÃ¬, Andrea Buttazzo, Oronzo Paladini, Simone Guido, Arianna Miccoli and Stefani Bruno, and Alborosie playing a Jamaica-based crime boss – all to describe the meaning of the phrase. “ginal. ‘
The UK MOBO Awards are scheduled for December 5the and Queen of Dancehall, Spice, won a MOBO nomination for Best Reggae Act 2021. Also nominated in the category: Sean Paul, Lila IkÃ©, Shenseea, Skillibeng and Popcaan.
Terence Wilson, a key part of reggae group UB40, has passed away at the age of 64. He had added rap vocals to hits like “Red Red Wine”. Wilson died on November 6e. No cause of death has been given and publications have not indicated where he died.
Conscious Jamaican-born reggae singer Lila IkÃ© has turned gay.
She said someone was trying to blackmail her, so she said it first, âWhat if I like women? “
The Reggae singer made the disclosure on her Twitter account as she claims she shares the information before anyone can use it against her and someone tries to kill her.
“What if I like women?” My music is not real? She asked in a tweet on Sunday night.
She also said she was raped and assaulted before concluding in a tweet that she was gay.