Glen Washington & Irie Ites Return With A New Production Entitled “Liar Liar”

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Glen Washington & Irie Ites return with a new production entitled “Liar Liar” on an instrumental version composed by Mafia & Fluxy, Dean Fraser & Buttons on brass and Gab on guitar. This well-known riddim of the genre’s aficionados is called “Rocking Time“. 
Also available “Liar Dub” mixed by Jericho from Irie Ites !

In his piece, Glen Washington questions the world’s great politicians, including Donald Trump, who think more about their own self-interest rather than the collective interest. 
A strong message that will speak to more than one person suffering from these inequalities. 

 


Available on digital on Bandcamp
Liar Liar | Glen Washington, Irie Ites | Irie Ites (bandcamp.com)

Available on Digital
Deezer, Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music,…

 

Artistes : Glen Washington x Irie Ites 
Music : Mafia & Fluxy, Dean Fraser, Buttons (Matic Horns), Gab (The Ligerians)
Mix : Roberto Sanchez & Irie Ites
Publishing : Irie Ites Intl
Format : Digital
Digital distribution : Evidence Music
Label : Irie Ites Records irieites@hotmail.fr
Booking Irie Ites & Glen Washington : irieites.booking@gmail.com
Promotion : Musical Impact musical.impact@hotmail.com

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