Levi Roots drops Christmas track

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

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BritaIn -based Jamaican sauce creator entrepreneur and musician, Levi Roots has released Reggae Reggae Christmas — a single for the Yuletide season.

The creator of Reggae Reggae Sauce, Levi Roots shot to fame following his appearance on Dragon's Den in 2006 and is now hoping to secure a hit this Christmas with his very own festive song.

Written and produced by Jason Brooks at Beat Street Studio in Leeds, the track features Levi on lead vocals, his band The Source, and backing vocals from the Grammar School at Leeds choir.

“Christmas is my favourite time of year and I can't believe there has never before been a hit reggae Christmas song. Growing up in Jamaica, Christmas was always a special time for music, family and good food, all key parts of the Caribbean culture, and my track brings all of these elements together. I hope everyone loves Reggae Reggae Christmas as much as I do and that it helps to inject some colour and fun into festivities across Britain this Christmas,” Levi Roots said.

Hailing from Clarendon, Levi Roots (given name Keith Graham) migrated to Britain at 13.

He is known for songs including After Tonight and Jam In The Streets.

— RJ




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