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Julian Marley Drops 'The Tide is High' Video with Alexx Antaeus & Melo El Melodico

3 times Grammy-nominated artist and Grammy-nominated producer released a video for a track from Grammy-Nominated Album 'Colors Of Royal'


3X Grammy-nominated artist Reggae artist Julian Marley


3 times Grammy-nominated artist Reggae artist Julian Marley has released the music video for "The Tide is High (Pentagono Remix)," a track from the Grammy-nominated album 'Colors Of Royal.'


In the heart of reggae's cultural legacy, Julian Marley, in collaboration with Alexx Antaeus and Dominican artist Melo El Melodico, presents the dynamic "The Tide is High (Pentagono Remix)," featured on the Grammy-nominated album "Colors Of Royal." This reggae fusion masterpiece, produced by Antaeus, Norris Webb, and CH Produciendo, stands as a testament to the diverse musical influences shaping the vibrant Caribbean landscape and beyond.


The remix, crafted by Antaeus, Norris Webb (Third World keyboardist), and Dominican reggaeton producer CH Produciendo, injects a fresh and lively perspective into this iconic track. Recorded at CH Produciendo's Santo Domingo studio and mixed at Antaeus' Contrackz Music in the Bronx, New York, the remix was mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Alex Psrodakis.



Expressing his excitement for the remix video, Julian Marley stated, "I am excited to release 'The Tide is High' remix video. It was a great vibe collaborating with our Dominican brothers Melo and CH, as well as Third World keyboardist Norris Webb. I think the video definitely captures the energy and spirit of the song."


"'The Tide is High' and the entire album embody artistic freedom and exploration," Julian continued. "We aimed to create something authentic to reggae music while pushing boundaries, and I think we've achieved that with 'Colors of Royal.' It's a journey through sound and color."


Reflecting on the project, Alexx Antaeus shared, "This project has been about Julian’s immense talent, meeting a fresh production. We brought Julian into new musical territories, incorporating Reggae, Dancehall, Reggaeton, and Afrobeats, and it paid off. We worked hard, we explored fresh approaches to Reggae, and we were rewarded with a Grammy nomination."



It's worth noting that the renowned Jamaican producer, Notnice Records, also made a significant contribution to the album.

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