Mystic Bowie To Release Debut “MYSTIC BOWIE’S TALKING DREADS” Album Featuring Reggae Versions Of Talking Heads Hits And More On June 15
FREDDIE MCGREGOR, ERNEST RANGLIN, TARRUS RILEY, DEAN FRASER, KIRK BENNETT, LINCOLN THOMAS AND CINDY WILSON OF THE B52’S JOIN MYSTIC ON THE COLLECTION
LOS ANGELES, March 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Reggae artist Mystic Bowie will release his debut album titled MYSTIC BOWIE’S TALKING DREADS, featuring classic Talking Heads songs, and more, reggae-style, on June 15. The debut single, “Once In A Lifetime,” will be released on May 4.
REGGAE AMBASSADORS THIRD WORLD RELEASE
NEW SINGLE “EYES ARE UP ON YOU” ON JULY 28
EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY DAMIAN MARLEY
Celebrating over 40 years in music, one of the most pivotal reggae bands of all time Third World will drop their new single “Eyes Are Up On You” (out July 28, 2017) off their upcoming full-length album. The song and album are both produced by Damian Marley and will be released on Ghetto Youths International.
Beres Hammond Announces New “Take Time to Love” North American Tour. Kicks Off in New Haven, CT July 11th!
Legendary reggae artist Beres Hammond embarks on his “Take Time to Love” North American tour beginning tonight. Known for his smooth, soulful style, Beres returns to the North America with a full band presentation to keep fans rocking all summer long.
GRAMMY WINNING ARTIST ESTELLE ANNOUNCES NEW SINGLE ‘LOVE LIKE OURS’
NEW YORK, NY- VP Records announces the completion of a new album deal with Grammy(R) winning R&B artist Estelle. The full length reggae album is scheduled for a fall 2017 release. The first single, ‘Love Like Ours’ featuring reggae star Tarrus Riley is available now with a music video to follow.
UK SINGER & SON OF JAMAICAN ROCKSTEADY ICON ALTON ELLIS
CHRISTOPHER ELLIS FEELS BACK AT HOME ON “HERE WE ARE”
New York, NY (June 16, 2017) — Reggae/R&B singer Christopher Ellis receives a warm welcome in Jamaica, the setting for his latest video, “Here We Are.” Ellis, a British native, has become a familiar face in Jamaica. He represents modern day rocksteady, following the tradition of his late-great father, Alton Ellis, the pioneer of the vintage uptempo precursor to reggae.