Sister Maki Announces The Release Of Prayers A Five Track EP

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ARTIST: SISTER MAKI  // TITLE: PRAYERS

CAT. NR:  DUB034  // GENRE: ROOTS REGGAE / DUB

RELEASE DATE:    3rd July 2021 

TRACKLIST: 01 – Prayer (Sister Maki) / 02 – Judgement in the Rain (Ras Tamano)

03 – 3×3 dub (Binghi-D) / 04 – Prayer Riddim (Swe) / 05 – Judgement in the Rain Riddim (Swe)

New EP coming from the Land of the Rising Sun with Sister Maki on the Vocals. The Osaka reggae singer, known through her collaboration with Dub Cmd in 2020 on Way To Zion (Pt. I & II), returns with a newr EP. This time she collaborates with some great artists from her homeland Japan.

Produced by the multitalented Swe (producer, artist, event organiser, woodcrafter, Kette drum builder and landscape gardener), Prayers features Sister Maki, on the vocals, Ras Tamano from Nara the (member of the roots reggae band, Desanc and maker of reggae artists dolls) on the melodica and Binghi-D on the Kette Drum.

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