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Sea B on a musical mission

Saturday, February 16, 2019

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Reggae singer Sea B is marking Black History Month with the release of his latest single A Vibe a Gwaan .

The single, a collaborative effort between Sea B and Ronnie Moses, continues to receive major support and traction from local radio. A video for the project is doing the rounds.

“We've been pushing the single and the people love it,” said Sea B.

The single, released on the High Over Babylon label, is also available on all major digital platforms.

Sea B is using the single to focus on the significance of Black History Month and the prevailing fight for human rights and justice across the globe.

“The song takes Jamaicans on an historical journey from the days of captivity to the days of freedom,” he said.

Sea B, who has begun work on his third studio album, will embark on a month-long US tour slated to commence this month with his first performance in Miami, Florida.

“The music is growing, and I'm an advocate for maintaining the authenticity of the music and spreading the language of reggae music worldwide,” he said.


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