Mikey General drops Tewahedo

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

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VETERAN singer Mikey General is on the comeback trail with latest album Tewahedo .

Released last month, the 15-track set is produced by James “Dr Suess” Lord on the Irie Sounds International label and distributed by Zojak World Wide.

“I give thanks for the collaboration with myself and the producer in completing the album. It took one year to complete but it was worth it,” said Mikey General. “By the will of the Most High, we hope it will surpass my previous works.”

The track listings boasts Nothing Beats a Failure But a Try, Can I Change My Mind, No Easy Pushover, and Praise Jah (Not Man).

Tewahedo is Mikey General's 13th studio album. His previously released albums include Sinners, African Story African Glory, I'm Just A Rastaman and Spiritual Revolution.

Born in the United Kingdom, Mikey General spent his time between England and Jamaica perfecting his craft. His extensive and illustrious career that spans over three decades has seen collaborations with artistes such as Maxi Priest, Papa Levi and Luciano, with whom he founded Jah Messenjah Productions and Qubala First Music in 1998.

He is known for tracks including He That Keepeth Israel and Joy.


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