Jamaican reggae artist Wayne Marshall rallies in dancehall star Cham and rappers Ace Hood and Waka Flocka on his brand new song “Go Harder,” the remix of Marshall’s 2012 hit “Go Hard.” The Damian Marley produced track is off Marshall’s upcoming EP Tru Colors, which drops Nov 26, and his new studio album, carrying the same name, available on Jan 21, 2014. Both releases will be released on the Marley-owned label Ghetto Youths International and distributed by Thirty Tigers / Sony Red. The 5-song EP showcases Marshall’s range as singer, deejay (rapper) and songwriter and is the perfect mixture of his latest hits and new material.
FUSE premieres the “killer club anthem” and says that “Marshall’s dancehall hook perfectly melds with trap beats and hard-hitting verses from Waka Flocka and Ace Hood.”
In addition to “Go Harder,” Marshall’s Tru Colors EP, produced entirely by Damian Marley, features the brand new single “Stupid Money” featuring Assassin and his most recent hit “I Know.” Both singles are receiving rotation on Jamaican airwaves and his “I Know” Jay-Will directed video is also spreading across the blogsphere. VIBE premiered the visual and raved that Marshall “rocks the party” on this “turnt-up bashment.” Ebony also selected the video on their weekly music round up and loves his “braggadocious lyrics about being the ish.” Tru Colors closes with two bonus tracks from Wayne’s hit-filled repertoire, including “To The Bank” and “Good Ole Wife” off the popular Matrimony riddim. Both of these songs are available exclusively on the EP and will not be on the upcoming album.