November 09, 2021
Producer Junior Brown says that he believes the cultural mix of the recently released The Redemption Project rhythm, accounts for its success so far.
“The rhythm comprises an African bass line engulfed in an array of authentic reggae sounds to create a calming cultural experience. The Nyabingi sound is worldly known for its influence of Rastafarianism and reggae and I believe The Redemption Project is widely sought after because of this musical element. The artistes on the rhythm definitely delivered and I am thankful that I am able to add to reggae’s rich history by bringing listeners back to the heart of reggae,” he said.
The rhythm was released on October 22 through TuffGong International and managed to debut at number six on the iTunes Reggae charts the same day. The rhythm features a slew of reggae acts such as Busy Signal, Queen Ifrica, Lutan Fyah, Turbulence, Tony Curtis and Nuh Rush Records’ recording artiste, Kananga.
With the traction the project has been gaining, Brown decided to commence shooting visuals to complement the tracks. He added that, despite currently promoting this project, his team is finalising Kananga’s album, set for release in early 2022.
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