Marshall speaks from the heart

Saturday, October 13, 2018

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HOT on the heels of his smash hit, Glory to God, Wayne Marshall yesterday released his new single You Are My Father. The single is the first from the Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum's compilation album: Heart of Jamaica.
You Are My Father speaks to the unique relationship between father and son, an especially emotional subject for Marshall after his father's recent passing.
“Good to know that an entity like Appleton Estate that is supported so much by Jamaican music from parties to the studio…. good to know they can turn around and invest in the creative process of music,” said Marshall.
Marshall said he is proud to be involved with Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum on this truly epic creative journey and that the songs on the Heart of Jamaica album are powerful, meaningful and well-produced.
Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum, in partnership with producer Mikey Bennett, seeks to explore the heart of reggae in Jamaica by merging signature Jamaican beats with authentic reggae artistes.
In addition to Wayne Marshall, Bugle and Jesse Royal are also included on the album.
Students at Edna Manley College also collaborated on the project to create an album that truly blended 'the seasoned' and 'the fresh', ensuring that reggae will continue to evolve in Jamaica.

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