Leave The Children Alone, the new song by reggae artiste Steve Tulloch has been officially released.
“The whole concept of the song is derived from the fact that so many children in Jamaica and many other places around the world are being killed, maimed, brutalized, abused, you Name it. So I wrote this song to send a strong and clear message. Leave the children alone.”
The track Leave The Children Alone is produced by Jamaican Steven Stewart of Kingston based Harry J Studio.
Hailing from Kingston Jamaica, Steve Tulloch entered the music scene with his first single: “Ghetto Life” which was produced by George Needham.
As Steve Tulloch continues to work up a sweat in the studio, he is now gearing up for the official release of his first studio album which is slated for the end of this year.
The talented reggae artistes stock has has seen a steady rise since the release of the first single, Leave The Children Alone, which is also available on his EP of the same title. Leave The Children Alone has been well received.
Steve Tulloch said since taking his music career seriously he has seen great improvement in his career.
“My musical journey has been quite interesting, I have gained a lot of experience thus far so I have grown to be the artist I now am, no regrets. My music is based on a positive vibe for the people to be informed and educated about what’s happening around them.”
Pushing full speed ahead with his musical career, Steve Tulloch aims to bring back authentic reggae while representing Jamaican music to the masses.
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