NEW MUSIC BY WARRIOR SOUND & FANTAN MOJAH
Germanys Warrior Sound released the Modern Roots Reggae Track „Confidence“ with the jamaican singer Fantan Mojah today. While in Jamaica earlier this year Warrior Sound linked up with the soulful Rasta and together they created this fire track
The song has a powerful and bubbling Reggae Riddim and Fantan Mojahs voice fits perfectly on it. The Message is clear and the Rasta Singer is hailing the most high while making sure nobody can take away his confidence. The uplifting and strong lyrics leave no doubt that this song can be a future Reggae Anthem
Buju Banton’s New Single Madda Badda Invokes Dancehall’s Glory Days In Modern Form
Grammy winner, multiple Billboard Hot 100 chart-topping artist, and international reggae legend Buju Banton is set to release his latest single Madda Badda, produced by J august. This new single, which is a mix of classic dancehall rhythm mixed with contemporary sounds, highlights the hardcore dancehall lyricism and flow that brought Buju Banton to prominence in the 90s.
Madda Badda is released in collaboration with Ghetto Youths International and Gargamel Music. Scheduled for release Friday June 24th, this exciting new single by Buju Banton is a reminder and a reclaiming of the dancehall space with the authentic sound and cadence the genre was popularized for.
The first single to propel Buju into stardom was The Ruler at age 16. Now several years later, his songs are still making statements. His debut album Stamina Daddy with title track as the first single in 1992 was his breakout. Singles like Wanna Be Loved, Hills and Valley, Murderer, Not An Easy Road and many more. Following the success of his Long Walk To Freedom tour, Buju Banton released his Grammy nominated album Upside Down in 2020. Hosting twenty tracks, featuring Stephen Marley, John Legend, Pharrell Williams, and Stefflon Don, press lauded his return declaring him “A national hero” according to FADER.
Now with the release of this latest single, Madda Badda, Buju Banton is calling to our collective minds, the dancehall that Jamaica is known for. This track comes as a respite amid public concerns that the quality of dancehall music has waned. Not one to make long speeches, Buju has seemingly responded where it matters most, in song. This complex lyrical track is masterful not just in its instrumentation, but also the simplicity of the song structure. With this single Buju Banton is proving that dancehall songs can be simple and meaningful, dispelling the idea that artists must compromise one for the other. This new single is available for listening pleasure everywhere: https://onerpm.link/maddabadda.
Gargamel Music / Ghetto Youths International
Produced by Jermaine “J August” Reid
ISRC – QZMZ92276109
Release date – June 24 2022
Gibrilville releases new single ‘Can of Soda’
Hot off the back of his Akademia Award, hip-hop and afro beat artist Gibrilville released his latest single ‘Can of Soda’ on June 22nd. Awarded the 2022 Outstanding Legacy Award on June 4th in California, the award acknowledged Gibrilville’s contribution to creating a musical legacy deemed timeless and important for future generations. Following the success of this, Gibrilville will be releasing ‘Can of Soda,’ a collaborative single from his upcoming album ‘GTMBTD.’
With half a million Spotify streams already under his belt from the release of his single ‘Dididaada,’ ‘Can of Soda’ follows the release of ‘Angels’, which addressed his struggles while in prison. ‘Can of Soda’ is filled with heartbreak and pain, a part of Gibrilville’s journey that is still as important as the happy moments. He explains, “I went into prison with a lot of pain. My ex and I had just lost a child due to complications. We really wanted the baby. I handled it badly, and I became unfaithful.” He met Jessica and fell in love immediately, touching upon their love story in the single. “Emotionally ‘Can of soda’ is heavy and is the perfect follow up to ‘Angels’ as my life story unfolds through my new album, ‘GTMBTD’,” Gibrilville explains.
While the subject matter weighs heavy, the vibe of the track is light, exploring summer vibes, which appropriately coincides with the summer release date. Using contemporary production of rhythmic afrobeats and effective synth parts, the true storytelling is actually in Gibrilville’s dynamic delivery.
Unraveling the story of his time in prison, the clarity of Gibrilville’s voice shines through, each word loud and clear, refusing to shy away from his troubled past. Instead, he embraces his journey, recognizing what has happened and allowing himself to move forward through music. Lyrically ‘I’m locked up on the judge’s order’ and ‘before my visiting hours are over, let me get a can of coca cola’ sheds a light on his time in prison, while ‘we had a connection’ touches on his romantic relationship with Jessica. Gibrilville’s honesty and openness invites listeners into his personal story, making it a relatable listen.
‘Can of Soda’ was produced in collaboration with KaySo, a producer from Ghana, Gibrilville’s birthplace. KaySo immediately connected with Gibrilville, understanding the direction of the song and the craft of Gibriville’s captivating storytelling.
‘Can of Soda’ was released through Foreign Exchange Records, a music production company founded by Gibrilville, as part of his mission to push hip-hop and afro beats music globally.
LISTEN NOW: https://riddimstream.it/can-of-soda
Artist – Gibrilville
Song – Can of soda
Album – GTMBTD
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