Charly B And SumeRR Come Together On New Track Chill Out

Charly B And SumeRR Come Together On New Track Chill Out
Charly B And SumeRR Come Together On New Track Chill Out

The French label Dance Soldiah Records from Paris is back in 2023 with their brand new production Chill Out. The first combination between Charly B (aka The Real Jamafrench) and the Jamaican artist SumeRR. The Riddim and the Mix are powered by Digital Cut and the Cover by Mighty.

With this new project that speaks to all generations, Dance Soldiah once again brings together all the right qualities, while further extending their musical field.

The two singers are in perfect harmony on this dynamic Reggae Hip Hop track. The message could be summarized in a few words: Humility, Unity, Self-confidence, Work and Chill Out. This release is accompanied by a magnificent black and white video, highlighting the beautiful city of Paris. The video was directed by Castaka pictures with whom Dance Soldiah had already worked for their last project Kensei/Sensei Riddim.

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