Listen To Link & Chain New Track Let Your Light Shine

Link And Chain New Track Let Your Light Shine
Link And Chain New Track Let Your Light Shine

Issachar Muzik is proud to present another single from authentic Jamaican roots reggae group Link & Chain. This track is a highly anticipated follow up to the two previous releases in 2022 that are distributed by Tuff Gong International: “Guide Me Jah” and “Dirty Works”.

Both previous tracks, along with 2021’s “Don’t Do That” [also distributed by Tuff Gong International] have all received a massive amount of international press and airplay.

Link&Chain share this about “Let Your Light Shine”:

“You must always be the master of your faith and the captain of your ship, never let anyone tell you who you are and where you belong in this life. “

This is what this song “Let your light shine” is conveying. Always strive to be your best in everything you do.

People may look at you and judge you with prejudiced eyes and tell you what they think you are worth based on where you come from and what they think you look like .This is why it is so important to be yourself and to let your light shine no matter what.

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