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Wayne Marshall incorporates elements of R.E.M.’s mega-hit “Losing My Religion” on his brand new standout track “On The Corner.” Backed by a heavy roots reggae rhythm, Marshall talks about our choices being essential to our fate on his thought-provoking jam. “On The Corner” will be available on Marshall’s first studio album in over 10 years Tru Colors (Jan 21, Ghetto Youths International). The release follows the multi-faceted singjay, songwriter and producer’s recent digital-only EP Tru Colors (Ghetto Youths International) and his 2003 LP Marshall Law (VP Records). The 13-track collectionRead More
On January 21, 2014, Jamaican reggae artist Wayne Marshall will unveil Tru Colors – his first full-length album in over 10 years and debut studio release for the Marley label Ghetto Youths International. The 13-track collection, produced primarily by Damian Marley and written almost entirely by Marshall, follows his recent digital-only EP Tru Colors (Ghetto Youths International) and his 2003 LP Marshall Law (VP Records). Tessanne Chin, this season’s winner of NBC’s The Voice and Marshall’s sister-in-law, also contributes lyrics on the album’s closing track “On The End.” Tru ColorsRead More
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,Read More