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Book Of Job

by Richie Spice

Book Of Job by Richie Spice

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Book Of Job

by Richie Spice

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Label: VP Music Group, Inc.
Most modern Jamaican music has grown to resemble American pop more than the island's rich musical legacy, but Richie Spice always stays true to his roots. With his sixth studio release, Book Of Job, Spice gives us a healthy dose of reality, love, faith and inspiration over classic Reggae one drops. Like many Reggae artists, Spice includes tracks previously released on riddim selections, such as "Find Jah," "Serious Women" and "Soothing Sound," but he also offers up new tunes "Mother of Creation," "Yap Yap" and highlight "Confirmation," complete with a live horn section and great background vocals. This is sure to be in heavy rotation as the weather warms up so big thanks to Spice for ending the drought of Roots Reggae.

About This Album

Most modern Jamaican music has grown to resemble American pop more than the island's rich musical legacy, but Richie Spice always stays true to his roots. With his sixth studio release, Book Of Job, Spice gives us a healthy dose of reality, love, faith and inspiration over classic Reggae one drops. Like many Reggae artists, Spice includes tracks previously released on riddim selections, such as "Find Jah," "Serious Women" and "Soothing Sound," but he also offers up new tunes "Mother of Creation," "Yap Yap" and highlight "Confirmation," complete with a live horn section and great background vocals. This is sure to be in heavy rotation as the weather warms up so big thanks to Spice for ending the drought of Roots Reggae.

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About This Album

Most modern Jamaican music has grown to resemble American pop more than the island's rich musical legacy, but Richie Spice always stays true to his roots. With his sixth studio release, Book Of Job, Spice gives us a healthy dose of reality, love, faith and inspiration over classic Reggae one drops. Like many Reggae artists, Spice includes tracks previously released on riddim selections, such as "Find Jah," "Serious Women" and "Soothing Sound," but he also offers up new tunes "Mother of Creation," "Yap Yap" and highlight "Confirmation," complete with a live horn section and great background vocals. This is sure to be in heavy rotation as the weather warms up so big thanks to Spice for ending the drought of Roots Reggae.