Everything is prepared in the kitchen of Baco Records. After a period of stagnation, this publishing house decided to start a total expansion.
To remind you, this year, Baco Records was joined by reggae scene legend Pablo Moses and rising star Lila Iké.
However, this news is about Manjul’s new album “Sound Therapy.” “Sound Therapy” is composed of compilations by various artists such as Clinton Fearon, Cornell Campbell, Cedric Myton, Tikok Vellaye, Baco Mourchid, Ciryl Atef, Jupiter and Okwess, Valerie Tribord…
So Manjul, a multi-talented player who plays several instruments and is also involved in the production, decided to gather stars around himself and release an album that should leave an impression on every fan of this genre.
I missed Cornell Campbell’s silky voice. The last time I enjoyed his release for “Tuff Scout,” and the great thing was “Good old days.”
Cornell’s vocals simply tear, flow and float in the listener’s ears. The bass is played by Manjul, with whom we had the opportunity to conduct an interview. After all, listen to the song yourself and tell us your opinion in the comments.
As a reminder, we leave the interview with Manjul. In this interview, you can hear exactly how much influence Baco Mourchid had on Manjul and his career and why it is an indispensable element of his musical expression.
Author: Jah Tooth
Written by: reggaeneracija