Today we have a nice jam to kick off the summer, “Reap What You Sow” by Royal Blu. The song was produced by Natural High Music, and I wanna shake them hand because the groove of the music is so sweet. Royal Blu’s lyrics glides along the track as if surfing on a wave. He speaks of believing in yourself, and accounting for yourself, “How you fi reap wah you no sow?” As well as putting all doubters of his stardom in their place, properly. I couldn’t agree with him more, his style and flow on this track are impeccable. Take a listen to “Reap What You Sow” by Royal Blu and Natural High Music.
“Tell them please don’t step to me unless it’s moving to my music”
“But since them love fi watch, tell them 2-4-1 pon Tuesdays.”
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The weeks have been moving along soooo fast, it was just Monday and now it’s almost the end of Wednesday. I hope all is well, hope you haven’t missed me too much, I have a lot of backed up articles, so look out for that!
I have something new for you, nothing nuh nice like new music, right? Today I’ll be sharing “Crazy Over You” by Ras-I featuring Runkus and Royal Blu (Faves). The instrumental for this song gives me a neo-soul feel with a touch of jazz. I love it. The lyrics follows suit with Ras-I’s voice coming in nice and sultry, caressing my heart… and eardrums. Crazy Over You describes a love story known to many people; beautiful, sturdy like a Nokia 3310, crazy love. Ras-I, Runkus, and Royal Blu take turns singing their love fable. Each having a different vibe but fitting perfectly on the track. Take a listen to Crazy Over You!
“Babe you know it’s true,
My love goes crazy over you…”
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This song isn’t new but the music video is, the single was released last year, April. Here is the official music video for “Skin Toned” by Royal Blu and Runkus. These young artistes refreshingly bring up racism, and how hard it is for black people to survive in this world.
The song was produced by JLL, and the music video was directed by Tim Foresta and Thandi Sebe, and produced by Daniel Krause.
“We all come from God…”
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*Drum rolls* Today we have something new from Royal Blu. It wasn’t in the early morning that he released this song but it had your girl wishing that it was. Royal Blu gave us “Early Morning” a while back, it has been on my list. Somehow it came up the perfect time, we’re near the end of the hurricane season but it has been raining almost every single day since the beginning of October; this song makes me feel like it’s raining, it is just soothing. In this track he croons to his lover, telling her how much he needs her, reveling in their love. Big up Dj Densen differently, he produced the track, I love the rhythm. Take a listen to Early Morning by Royal Blu.
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Hi Everyone 🙂
Today I have the song “Skin Toned” for you, it is by Royal Blu & Runkus. This one is deep and I love it. We all come from God…yet we’re judged by our skin tone. Not only the message of this song is important, the word play is on point. I’m also gonna big up the producer, JLL.
Take a listen! Current mood:
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I sat here trying to think of a way to put a phrase into this sentence but in the meanwhile I’ll ask you to take a listen to “Meanwhile” by Royal Blu & Leno Banton. This upbeat track will have you blazing through traffic and dabbin’ at your desk in the office. It was produced by JLL and the artwork designed by Paige Zombie & Khari Kamau.
You can find @TheRoyalBlu & @LenoBanton on Twitter.
The last time I went to Fleet Street was to learn a bit of Capoeira, this time it was to give some strength and be a background person in Runkus and Royal Blu’s music video, not yet released. While there, I snapped some pics of the new art pieces, unfortunately the sun was jus about setting so the lighting isn’t too great but the pics can work with, also I didn’t get to take photos of everything but I’ll definitely be back soon; without further ado here are some of the newer pieces to have graced Jamaica’s walls. Revisit my very first time at Fleet Street, here.
Photo & edit by Patrick Lawson.
That’s my friend, Patrick.
Edit by Patrick.
Zinc fence King.
Jamaica’s National Pledge.
Edit by Patrick.
Photo & edit by Patrick.
Photo by Patrick. “Give Thanks, every time.”
Life Yard, their vegetarian food is always yummy.
A part of the music video shoot.
What I want you to do though, is follow Paint Jamaica on their social media pages, Facebook and Instagram as well as give a donation at their website, Website. Oh! and check out Patrick Lawson’s new website, here.
Hey Everyone 🙂
Ask me when I going start a fund me account and buy a laptop?? lol. Anyway,today I will be sharing with you a few songs from different genres that I’ve been listening to on repeat.
Have a great best day of the week!
Featured image from Nicholi Stevens.