New Single From Dub Cmd With Irie-D On Vocals

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Dub Cmd & Irie-D - Jah Children Cry2

ARTIST: DUB CMD & IRIE-D  // TITLE: JAH CHILDREN CRY

CAT. NR:  DPH048  // GENRE: ROOTS REGGAE / DUB / STEPPERS

Dub Cmd Irie D Jah Children Cry

RELEASE DATE:    25th March 2021 on Bandcamp for free download

(it will be available also for streaming on Spotify and other streaming platforms)

 After a prolific 2020, Dub Cmd returns in 2021 with his first release of the year. This time he works on the classic anthem Jah Children Cry paying respect to Jah Shaka, who started in the 70s spreading through his sound the Rastafari culture in the UK and still sticks to his vision until today.

Dub Cmd’s rework is done in a roots steppers style, featuring on the vocals Irie-D (one of the youngest members and backing vocalist of Soul Fire band) from Greece, on her first appearance on our label.

01-Jah-Children-Cry 

02-Children-Version

CREDITS: Produced and mastered by Dub Cmd  / Vocals by Irie-D / Artwork by Xucar Warriors

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