As the Booth has already witnessed on his first single, Fallen Soldiers, and its Jim Jones-assisted remix, reggae artist DeMarco is set to bring the street feel back to the genre. The Kingston native channels one of his biggest influences, Barrington Levy, on a brand new ready-for-whatever anthem entitled Man A Murderer. As Demarco switches up his flow (this time sounding like Kardinal Offishall), a fellow street soldier from about 2,000 miles away (Styles P) exercises his lyrical skills over Star Kutt Productions’ version of the Warning riddim. Demarco’s debut album still has no title or release date, but if Man a Murderer succeeds in building buzz in the reggae community that may soon change.
Written by Burmy on 01/1/09
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