ANDREW “BASSIE” CAMPBELL OUT NOVEMBER 1
Midnite, the St. Croix-based reggae group fronted by one of the genre’s most sagacious and progressive of minds in Vaughn Benjamin, are set to deliver their most ambitious to date by teaming up the venerable Jamaican maestro, Andrew “Bassie” Campbell. The result of this three-way collaboration is Kings Bell – a sixteen track roots masterpiece.
Being Midnite’s first ever full-length collaboration with a Jamaica producer, Kings Bell is a historic release and features some of the greatest musicians the genre has ever seen including Leroy “Horsemouth” Wallace, Earl “Chinna” Smith, Squidley Cole, Mikey “Boo” Richards and Sticky Thompson.
The album’s first single, the gorgeous “Mongst I & I” is available now digitally. Kings Bell is available on iTunes and in stores worldwide on November 1. Check out the video for “Mongst I & I” below.
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