Martin to drop album next year

Friday, December 14, 2018

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Reggae act Christopher Martin continued putting in the work with a stop at Miami's Art Basel last week.

Martin who recently released singles Come Back and Bun fi Bun featured on the upcoming Strictly the Best compilation out this January, also has an upcoming 2019 album in the works.

Ahead of this release, he made a splash in Miami at various events including Let There Be Reggae a curated snapshot of reggae music and dancehall culture through art, where he performed. With a full itinerary, Martin kept busy by attending exclusive events and parties while mingling with the best in music, art and lifestyle.

Miami Art Basel is an annual art event drawing thousands of art enthusiasts from all over the globe to the city for a series of art gallery showcases, events, parties and more from Wynwood to Miami Beach.

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