Sister Maki Band Release New Track Love And War

Sister Maki Band Release New Track Love And War
Sister Maki Band Release New Track Love And War

A new tune is out today from the Land of the Rising Sun. The Osaka reggae singer Sister Maki, known through her collaboration with Dub Cmd in 2020 with Way To Zion, Swe in 2021 with Prayers and Shanti-K also in 2021 with Revolution, returns with a new tune. This time she comes with her own band from her homeland Japan, which was founded in 2012, bringing a deeper meditation to the Kobe and Osaka Music scene. It includes Goja Bongos on the percussion and as special guest Aki Mittoo on the melodica, who continues to make wonderful music through her newly founded label Muffin Records.

LOVE & WAR: Why and for whom do we make war? If you love your family, friends, and neighbours, you will realize that it is meaningless. Feel the love near to you.

CREDITS: Vocals: Sister Maki / Guitar: Eiji Koda / Keyboard: Aya / Percussion: Goja Bongos / Bass: Kakky / Drums: Joeyan / Supported: Marcelo Vergne / Mixing by HAV at SF Recordings JP / Mastering by Steve Fox(Godiego) at Fox Pro Studio JP / Illustration by MANABU DUB

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