Spiritual releases Reggae Music

Friday, September 29, 2017

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Reggae crusader Spiritual continues to impress with his roots-reggae offerings. His latest single Reggae Music which is due for release today, was produced by Oufah Music.

“Reggae music is a musical bible and this is my verse,” said the Allman Town-based Spiritual. “I am a healer, and reggae music is my instrument to use for the healing of the nation. In the words of Bob Marley: when the music hits you feel no pain. So my aim is to bring forth love to reggae music and lovers of reggae worldwide.”

In February, Spiritual's debut album Awakening was released by Oufah Music/VP Records. The 14-track set has received positive reviews globally from websites and print media.

“The reviews about the album have been great and satisfying. I feel pleased to know that we were able to bring forth a project that is a great contribution to the new-age reggae revolution. As a teacher I continue to read the teachings of my teachers and that pushes me a lot; my knowledge is extended and I am therefore able to pass on these lessons to the ones coming forward to continue the journey,” said Spiritual.

Videos from two singles released from Awakening, namely Stand Up to Rasta and Time Has Come, are currently in rotation on local and overseas television stations.

— Kevin Jackson




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