Richie Culture and Robbie Melody New Track Better Days

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Richie Culture and Robbie Melody New Track Better Days
Richie Culture and Robbie Melody New Track Better Days

Richie Culture starts the year with an uplifting message on his new single ‘Better Days’. The righteous, rebellious, Rasta man starts as he means to go on with his first release of 2023.

The track produced by Robbie Melody hits hard with deep basslines and militant drums; percussion, horns and guitar licks pepper the riddims’ positive vibration. 

Better Days is a call to unite and uplift the people. Motivation for the working-class citizen to stay positive and think consciously through the hard times. The inspiration for this song came from times like; Brexit, COVID-19 and the ramifications of lockdown, wage freezes, inflation, homelessness, starvation and mass war. Richie Culture brings a unifying message to hold the faith and keep “praying for a brighter day.” 

Richie is collaborating with Birmingham based filmographers MBC on a striking video co-directed by himself and Freddie…scheduled for release later this year.

Richie Culture is a UK reggae artist raised in the heart of Moseley, Birmingham. He fell in love with reggae and hip-hop at a young age, but it was only when he started to attend ‘Jam Jah’ [a reggae dance] did he truly fall in love with the sound system culture. He started a sound along with his right hand Stevie, aka ‘Stitch’, called Young Culture Sound. They built their reputation by playing at a number of venues & festivals over the UK. Shortly after they would go on to put on memorable events, bringing popular reggae artists like Solo Banton, YT and Mungos Hifi to Birmingham. 

Stevie has a great knowledge and ear and decided to make an array of positive, uplifting reggae music. Shortly after they both decided to make the band Young Culture Band, where Richie Culture started out on the drums, but his road would lead him to front the band as lead vocalist.

He writes uplifting songs and melody’s to keep the people joyful, working with a number of great producers, Richie Culture is committed to building unity within the vibration of reggae music. He is a vegetarian and believes in the Rasta way of life, everything natural.

Richie Culture

Richie Culture and Robbie Melody
Richie Culture and Robbie Melody

Richie Culture is a UK reggae artist raised in the heart of Moseley, Birmingham. He fell in love with reggae and hip-hop at a young age, but it was only when he started to attend ‘Jam Jah’ [a reggae dance] did he truly fall in love with the sound system culture. He started a sound along with his right hand Stevie, aka ‘Stitch’, called Young Culture Sound. They built their reputation by playing at a number of venues & festivals over the UK. Shortly after they would go on to put on memorable events, bringing popular reggae artists like Solo Banton, YT and Mungos Hifi to Birmingham. 

He writes uplifting songs and melody’s to keep the people joyful, working with a number of great producers, Richie Culture is committed to building unity within the vibration of reggae music. He is a vegetarian and believes in the Rasta way of life, everything natural. 

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