Lyrical Shaw remakes Dennis Brown's Love Has Found Its Way
Lyrical Shaw

Cayman-based dancehall-reggae artiste Lyrical Shaw has recorded a cover version of Dennis Brown's timeless classic Love Has Found Its Way.

The song was released as a single on July 3, 1982 and was the title track for Dennis Brown's album which was released by American record label A&M Records.

It peaked at number 42 in its ninth week on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs Chart.

Lyrical Shaw, given name James Shaw, is anticipating a warm reception to his version of Love Has Found Its Way when it is released on March 30.

The Spanish Town-born singjay, who grew up in Seaforth, St Thomas, says he has been a lifelong fan of Brown, who was dubbed The Crown Prince of Reggae.

"Growing up as a youth in Jamaica during the 70s and 80s it was impossible to go anywhere and not hear Dennis Brown's music. I've been a Dennis Brown fan since I was a little boy. I love all of his songs, especially Love Has Found Its Way. He made a lasting impact on the world because of the quality of his music. His vocals were amazing, which added a mesmerising quality to all of his songs. He was a truly great singer," Shaw said.

"I'm no Dennis Brown, but I did a very good job on this recording. I am confident that it will receive a warm reception when it's released later this month on my Lyrical Shaw Music label," he said.

Some of Lyrical Shaw's other songs are It's A Party, Unfaithful, Dem Lazy, and When You're Wrong.

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