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Imeru Tafari, Popcaan & Chronic Law teamed up for "Vibrations"

Rising reggae recording artiste joined forces with two dancehall stars for a new release via Koastal Kings. "want to aspire the younger generations to have a different perspective"

Popcaan, Imeru Tafari sharing vibes

Rising reggae artiste, Imeru Tafari, has teamed up with two of dancehall leading forces, Popcaan and Chronic Law for a new single entitled, Vibrations, released on Monday, May 29 via Koastal Kings (by the producers Keneil Delisser, and Shamir Walker).

Imeru Tafari, which is the son of reggae singer Queen Ifrica, joined forces with the emerging label for a real song that youths can listen to, learn and think about life from a different perspective. "This song just helps the Jamaicans populous, especially the younger generations, to have a different perspective to what is happening inna the inner city of Jamaica", Imeru described.

The two St. Thomas natives who had released a collaboration earlier this year, are now bringing their energy to the studio. "It's just about unity with a sense of spirituality attached to it", explained the young artiste who hails from Montego Bay. "dancehall artistes always give is more of the roughing side of Jamaican reality. what I bring to the table is refreshing vibes, I want to aspire the youths to do great things", shared the young talent.

The song was recorded at Chronic Law's studio while each artiste voiced his verse on a separate day. "It still has a thin line that connects and resonates with everything together. the chemistry was great", he told Kaboom Magazine.

Imeru Tafari, "I want to aspire the youths to do great things"

This beat was created while on an American Tour in the US, and by using real instruments. you can hear the bass by Kawain Williamson, keys/synth played by Ottmar Campbell, and Some Guitar sounds by Nicolas Groskopf, while in the last editing phase, a great keyboard player that goes by the name of Evan Mason added his touches by using Organ and Rhodes to give the song a complete sonically pleasing sound, and The drums was programmed by Keneil Delisser.

"One day when I came off tour I played the beat for Imeru in the Studio and right away he started to just as we in Jamaica say 'Medz the riddim' and started to write this masterpiece. this song was done months ago and then he linked up with Chronic Law and Popcaan and they loved the tune so they collaborated and we have this masterpiece we called Vibrations", expressed the producer Koastal Kings.

"dancehall artistes always give is more of the roughing side of Jamaican reality"

It wasn't the first time Koastal Kings and Imeru Tafari have been working together, since they released the single "Climb" 2 weeks ago. the producers also worked with artistes such as Grammy-Award winning band, Morgan Heritage, Chi Ching Ching, Ras-I, and also the rising female artiste, Joby Jay, 5star Celestial among others.


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