The artist, who is from a reggae background, has always been eager to bring some new energy into this musical genre. Since 2014, he has been working on unique and original compositions that subtly combine reggae music with urban genres such as hip hop, soul, rap, and RNB.
In this third album, Reggaevolution, Eden Fight offers a fresh musical concept. The songs are worked on and polished with care and precision, notably by the talented composer Klyve, who also chiseled Sensimillia, another strong composition on the album. There are 14 original songs on this album that will be released on the 17th November 2017 by Early Records.
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Muthoni talks about the song’s powerful message: “Suzie Noma is a celebration of female friendship and empowerment of women all over Africa. It’s about building something with your girls for yourselves and for future generations. It’s about us women building our financial security together and manifesting big dreams!”
“Suzie Noma” audio comes alongside a dance video that features Muthoni Drummer Queens dance crew in Switzerland. In Muthoni’s words: “I really want everyone to listen to the song as they dance to it. I really want everyone to catch the uplifting vibes that we put into the track and to joyfully celebrate themselves and the women in their life.”
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Germany / Jamaica
The promising collaboration of German music producer Foresta and Jamaican Singer Royal Blu disembogues in a versatile EP titled Sing With God. After a sneak peek with their single Believe last year August the two artists now present their five track strong record as a result of an inspiring journey.
Sing With God provides an alternative concept to the far more known saying ‘Dance with the Devil’. Rather than a religious notion, it describes a positive abstraction while also talking about the ‘downs of life’. To Sing With God means to align yourself with positivity – to bring good into the world for the purpose of pushing progress. In “On The Side” Royal Blu sings: ‘Everybody wants to be on the fast lane, until the fast lane ain’t fast no more’, a reference to the way today’s want for individual progress may produce negative values in today’s society.
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