Irie Ites continues to showcase their knack for crafting timeless reggae sounds with their latest release, the “Licky Licky Riddim“.
The talented musicians NARAM & ART cooked this instrumental masterpiece found its first voice in none other than the reggae icon KING KONG, whose track “Licky Licky” set the bar high and is featured on his acclaimed King Kong album “Repatriation”.
The riddim’s infectious 80’s energy and timeless vibes then lured in a stellar lineup of artists, including GENERAL LEVY, who now deliver a powerful track that promises to become a staple of the reggae world.
This uplifting single carries a strong message for fathers worldwide, celebrating their love, strength, and guidance. With infectious rhythms and General Levy’s signature vocal prowess, it’s a musical journey that resonates deeply. ‘Don Dada‘ is a must-listen, a heartfelt tribute to the unsung heroes of families everywhere.
With a captivating bass line that encapsulates the essence of digital roots, the “Licky Licky Riddim” is poised to enrapture reggae enthusiasts worldwide. This is an album designed to be cranked up at sound systems, ensuring that it’s not just heard but felt by all who revel in the genre’s hypnotic rhythms.
A series of 7inches will be released in the coming weeks. Stay tuned…