Indra New Track Release So Blessed

Indra New Track Release So Blessed
Indra New Track Release So Blessed

Written by award winning Barbadian songstress Indra and produced by Kris Kemist for UK based label Reality Shock, Kingdom Call is a 12 track album offering a balance of reggae & acoustic roots. High grade message music with a tropical touch; soothing, healing & refreshing. Live drums and instrumentation, brass sections & string quartets all compliment Indra’s sweet and soulful vocals.

In a world of fast food music, Kingdom Call offers an organic, wholesome musical feast. Indra is a truly unique and authentic artist. Whether it’s acoustic roots, soul or reggae, Indra brings forth music with a message; songs for the times and the ones to come.

Track Credits: Written by Indra Rudder, Produced by Kris Kemist, Drums by Horseman, Bass by Emerson Hypolite, Brass By Boom Hornz, Keys by Christian Cowlin, All other instruments by Kris Kemist, Mixed & Mastered at Reality Shock Studio

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Indra is an award winning singer/songwriter of indigenous Kalinago heritage, hailing from the Caribbean Island of Barbados. Mentored from an early age by Eddy Grant, Indra became a prolific songwriter, vocal coach and backing vocalist for many of the top artists in the Caribbean music industry. Indra has traveled the world and lived in Jamaica for a time, writing songs for artists such as Mr Vegas and recording with producers Mikey Bennett & Rory Stone Love (with whom she also has an album forthcoming).

Her music features regularly on Sir David Rodigan’s BBC Radio show in the UK & CBC TV in the Caribbean.

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