Hero banking on 'The Oracle'

Saturday, June 07, 2014

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REGGAE singer Little Hero is hoping to replicate the success of his previous album with his latest set The Oracle Unleashed.

The 14-track studio effort, produced by Ralph Mason/Earth Strong Productions and released last November, is a combination of lover's rock and inspirational tracks. The album features his brother P-Zed as well as Rabboni.

The singer, who is currently on a promotional campaign, said listeners will be able to relate to the tracks.

"The first inspiration comes from the Almighty, then we are inspired by our everyday living of life experience of revealing the truth to the people," said Little Hero, whose given name is Paul Gayle.

The track listing includes Oracle, Hold On, Holy Book, Jamaica Jamaica, and Liberation.

Despite not maintaining a presence on the local music scene for some time, Hero said he has been busy behind the scenes.

"I am working very hard, so look out for some new singles with videos. There is also an additional album in the making," he said.

Hero's 2009 album, Revelation debuted in the number one position on the Billboard Reggae charts unseating UB40's Greatest Hit Collection.

He is known for singles including God Alone (featuring Merciless), Action Fire, We Need Love, Prayer Time and Inna Di Ghetto.

- Cecelia Campbell-Livingston

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