Respect to release Scorned, the roots reggae CD recorded by the legendary reggae artist!
Tropical Records sets up to release the full length reggae CD entitled Scorned by the legend, Respect. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRLog (Press Release) - Jul. 20, 2013 - NEW YORK -- Antiguan reggae legend Respect, is releasing his highly anticipated next full length hit CD, Scorned, on August 27th. Now celebrating its third year as a record label, Tropical (Records) has been releasing the very best in reggae music and other ancillary styles like legendary dance hall reggae music, and the latest CD to be released by Respect, is a quintessential hit reggae album for all reggae music fans. Scorned is another great addition by a known dance hall reggae artist, that has now released a roots reggae album for the world of music.
The CD features a noticeable turn from dance hall to roots reggae on this 11-track upbeat, melodic CD filled with world beat reggae songs that are perfect for every fan of reggae music. “Kings And Queens” is the first single and “Bun Dem” is another single that seems to be played in constant rotation at reggae radio stations all over the world, and is already being played at other radio outlets like Spotify, Tweewoo, Live 365, Radio Sunset, Pandora and Rdio. The album has three dub step mixes too with “Oppression Dub Mix,” “O Lord I Pray Dub Mix,” and then “The Dream Dub Mix” that round off the eleven song masterpiece. This new album is a must have CD for all fans of all styles of reggae music. The Dub Mixes are no doubt some of the highlights of the album set to hit stores on August 27th, and providing a fresh yet rootsy reggae experience is what Tropical Records shoots for when releasing albums to its' reggae fans. The well known dance hall artist has made a legendary name for itself with “Take Your Stand,” the debut album by Respect with the Tropical (Records) label.
Scorned by Respect will be available worldwide at all major retailers, and is being released by Tropical Records on August 27th:
3. Kings And Queens
4. O Lord I Pray
5. Born And Raise
6. So Many Rivers
7. Bun Dem
8. The Dream
9. Oppression Dub Mix
10. O Lord I Pray Dub Mix
11. The Dream Dub Mix
Its obvious to hear when listening to his (Respect) new reggae album, Scorned delivers the perfect sense to why the well known hardcore dance hall styled reggae artist would now be releasing what is a very rootsy reggae album. It works even though it may seem like a change to produce a roots record to the reggae and world music scene. The debut CD released by Respect with Tropical (Records), was/is a high energy dance hall CD whereas this latest Scorned CD shows a greater and more roots side of the legendary reggae artist, Respect. Besides, roots reggae has a big influence with Respect and there was always hints of it on his past albums. This is a great album that is very accessible to hear at any time.
About Tropical Records
Tropical started its record label while at Sum Fest in Montego Bay Jamaica in July 2010. Tropical Records is a subsidiary of the Sunset Distribution Company. Headed by Chairman and Founder Don Lichterman, Tropical Records has released World Music, African Music, Reggae Music, Dance hall and Latino Music along with inclusions on and Soundtrack CDs. The label has signed and released albums by hardcore dance hall reggae artists that include Alayna, Original Black Pantah and Respect, along with releasing albums by roots and reggae legend I Kong.