Reggae Artists Record Japan Tsunami Relief Song ‘We Must Rise Again’

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Published on June 10, 2011 with No Comments

On the heels of last week’s ‘Reggae 4 Japan’ concert in New York City, many reggae artists came together to record tsunami relief song “We Must Rise Again”. Japanese owned Diamond Edge Records along with artists likeBunny Rugs(Third World), Gyptian, Cherine Anderson, Lukie D, Bushman, Ghost, G-Whizz, Duane Stephenson, Chevaughn, Junior X, GinjahandAnthony Quecame together to record a single song. NorrisWebbofThird Worldproduced the track as main producer.

The song is already available on Amazon Japan and also will be available on iTunes world wide, Amazon MP3 in other countries and ringer song web sites in Japan soon. All the sales from downloads will be donated to the Japanese earthquake victims through Japanese Red Cross.



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