Trinity Releases Gimme Back Mi Culture

Trinity Releases Gimme Back Mi Culture
Trinity Releases Gimme Back Mi Culture

Gimme Back Mi Culture” is one of the very last tracks recorded by Trinity for the label Irie Ites Records; just before he left us. This title was to be released the following year on a new solo album that we were preparing with him. This project will be released posthumously in 2024.

The title “Gimme Back Mi Culture” is also part of the “Ina Stuggle” riddim project composed of 12 tracks and follows the sound of Al Campbell “Jah Love Conquers All” which is already a big success with the media and the public.

Trinity signs one of his best tracks recorded for our label. An effective old school Dee-Jay flow, powerful lyrics on a big roots rub-a-dub riddim which make this title one of the best of this project.

Find “Gimme Back Mi Culture” on digital platforms and on Youtube accompanied by a very beautiful clip shot in the streets of Kingston, Jamaica.

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