New Track From Sax N Dub Working For A Brighter Day 

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Sax N Dub Working For A Brighter Day
Sax N Dub Working For A Brighter Day

SAX N DUB & MADI SIMMONS – WORKING FOR A BRIGHTER DAY

CAT. NR: DUB056GENRE:ROOTS REGGAE / DUB / STEPPAS

RELEASE DATE 25th NOV 2022 ON ALL ONLINE STORES & STREAMING PLATFORMS

Multi instrumentalist and producer Sax N Dub from Montevideo Uruguay has been playing on the sound system scenewith his own productions and international collaborations since 2014, with participations in may international festivals.With more than 20 publications on cd, digital and vinyl and numerous collaborations on diverse labels, he returns with his new single Working For A Brighter Day, teaming up this time withlong time family artist Madi Simmons on the vocals.

Hailing from USA, Madi Simmons is no stranger on our label. He appeared on many releases on our label, collaborating with Culture Horn, Dubsynaticx and Red Star Martyrs and has been awarded in 2018 Best Male Independent Reggae Recording Artistand Best Album Of TheYear (for I Am A Rootsman). 

Focusing now on the new single, WorkingFor A Brighter Day presented in two versions: the vocal track with Madi demonstrating his ability to feel comfortable to perform on any riddim and enjoying not following the rules of reggaemusic (whatever they are)and the instrumental version, with the sax talking over the mix, a trademark of Sax N Dub.

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