Reality Shock Presents A New Track From Reggae Veteran Marga Born A Winner

Reality Shock Presents A New Track From Reggae Veteran Marga Born A Winner
Reality Shock Presents A New Track From Reggae Veteran Marga Born A Winner

Reality Shock presents a brand new single from UK based reggae veteran Marga. Born A Winner. An uplifting, melodic reggae anthem featuring Horseman on drums, instruments by Kris Kemist and background vocals by Indra Rudder. An aircraft engineer by day and reggae artist by night,

Marga has been a key part of the Reality Shock family from day one, featuring on many releases over the years. His 12″ vinyl EP ‘Last  Chance Saloon’ hit the streets in 2013, followed by his debut album ‘Gold Dust’ in 2015, both released on Reality Shock Records.

More recently Marga appeared alongside Solo Banton and Dixie Peach on the 2020 combination song and music video ‘Keep Our Music Alive’. Marga has worked with many other labels and producers including Jazzwad, Jamdown Records, Mungos Hifi / Scotch Bonnett Records, Control Tower Records to name a few, and has been a mentor to younger artists such as Deadly Hunta and FYA (a female dancehall trio who went platinum in Japan).

This year Marga has been touring with Solo Banton’s Classic Wonder Veterans, performing at festivals including Boomtown & Shambala. Marga has much more music in the vaults so stay tuned for more to come.

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