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Red-Hot Reggae Singles from Scary Hands and Heart Productions available now!
20 Mar 2017

As part of Scary Hands and Heart Production’s latest batch of home grown Jamaican Music, three amazing singles have hit the stores and are ready to redefine people’s expectations of reggae. These tracks and artists come from the real heart of the Jamaican music scene, and the first single ‘Name of the Father’ is a pairing of genuine reggae royalty, heavyweights Glen Ricks and Joseph Cotton.

Joseph Cotton, an ex-cop who’s been making music since the 70’s, has 16 albums to his name and appeared on U.K. television in the late 80’s. His early hits included ‘Stay a Yard and Praise God’ or the title track from his debut album, ‘Touch Her Where She Want it Most’, moving on to Albums like ‘Dancehall Days’, ‘100% Pure Cotton’ and ‘Unity Amongst the Youths’ and becoming more active in France and Europe.

Glen Ricks is another legend, with several albums and countless singles such as “You Better Let Go” “Heart of My World” and “Who the Cap Fits”. He’s been honing his craft non-stop and has appeared on the compilation albums Reggae ‘Icons’, alongside Jackie Edwards and Pat Kelly, as well as the ‘Best of Glen Ricks’. Glen and Joseph Cotton together have output some classic dancehall/reggae.

Empress Makeybah is the voice behind the next two singles and what a voice it is. Her booming, melodic pipes are equally suited to the tour de force of brass and attitude that is ‘Revolutionary’ or the calm, religious ballad ‘Prayer’. There’s absolutely no better pedigree from which you could obtain your Reggae needs.

Check out these awesome and unique releases from Scary Hands and Heart Productions!

Track Links
Name of The Father-

Prayer –

Revolutionary –

Artist Links
Glen ricks iTunes – itunes.apple.com/us/artist/glen-ricks/id3210740
Joseph Cotton Youtube – www.youtube.com/channel/UCYMTRoM9hbbkKIoWWd_vl0Q/videos
Empress Mackeybah Facebook – www.facebook.com/EmpressMackeybah/
Empress Mackeubah Twitter – www.twitter.com/mackeybah

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