Christopher Ellis wants us "Stick Together" in his new release
The Roots Reggae singer has once again showcased his soulful voice and unique talent by in a new single produced by Damian "Jr Gong" Marley
Christopher Ellis, wants us "Stick Together"
Roots Reggae, R&B crooner Christopher Ellis has once again blessed us with his soulful voice and poetic lyrics in his latest release "Stick Together". Produced by the Grammy award-winning producer, songwriter and artist Damian "Jr Gong" Marley, this reggae Rub-A-Dub fused track is released by Ghetto Youths International.
The groovy, reggae classic is an excellent play on sound system culture married with the all too important message of unity and community. Christopher Ellis has always been known for his great lyrical skill and brilliant vocal delivery, and “Stick Together” is no exception.
With the resonating lyrics, "We Stick Together", Christopher Ellis highlight music as a universal language that breaks down barriers and brings people together. While paying ode to sound system culture, in which DJs and MCs play music through large, portable sound systems at events, the culture shares a sentiment of togetherness.
As the lyrics states "There’s no Trouble on the street, All the girls look neat, Sun shines all day, Rub A Dub on’s repeat, Reggae Music sweet, Dance keep same way", Christopher Ellis masterfully describes the sound system atmosphere.
Christopher Ellis was born the youngest male progeny to "The Godfather of Jamaican Rocksteady", the late great Alton Ellis and Sigma Ellis. Talented in his own right, the soulful Lover’s Rock, Roots Reggae, R&B crooner has astounded audiences with his incredibly natural, smooth vocal stylings since age 11.
Over the years after his father's passed away, Ellis had prodigious opportunity of working with the Marley Family continued with Stephen Marley and Damian Marley via Ghetto Youths Int'l family.
To date, Ellis has released the aforementioned 'End of Time', followed by ‘Willow Tree’, his debut EP "Better than Love" released in 2013 (5 songs), and the hit singles "End of Time" (2013), "Here We Are" (2017), "Only Want You Naked" (2019), "Still Go a Dance" ("2020) and "Rub A Dub" (2022). "Music is my passion, and though Reggae / Rocksteady is where I was born, I just want to make music. and I very much look forward to making music of all genres, for people all over the world.", he describes his craft.