The vivacious Rastafarian singjay, who won multiple awards in Canada last year with her album titled Real Talk describes her latest release as a Roots Reggae record that is reminiscent of the old school Reggae style.
“This song has a different vibe, the live instrumentation of the riddim gives it that original Roots Reggae sound. It’s a song that is easy to relate to because it has a very inspirational message. Wouldn’t it be nice if were all living in a beautiful world, free from sorrows and pain, a place where we could all live in love and unity regardless of race, color or creed?” she asked.
The song that was produced by respected music publicist Ralston Barrett on the Village Jam riddim and released on his Reggae Nation Music imprint in January is currently enjoying heavy rotation in a number of countries including Jamaica, Canada, and the US.
“The response to Beautiful World has been very positive, it’s getting a lot of support from DJs all over the world,” said Tasha T.
The Village Jam riddim also features songs from other artistes including Nesbeth, Ginjah, Venjahnce, Tony Anthony, Biggaton, Kashu, and Jericho. The Village Jam riddim was created by the Fire House Crew Band for Reggae Nation Music. All the songs on the project were mixed and mastered by top-flight studio engineer Delroy ‘Fatta’ Pottinger at Anchor Studios.
The Village Jam riddim compilation is available on Itunes and all other leading internet music stores. You can also listen to the song via Soundcloud.