Sea B has a Vibe a Gwaan

Friday, January 11, 2019

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FORMER Uprising Roots member, Sea B has blended his modern sound with an old school melody on his most recent release Vibe a Gwaan.

The track, produced by Sea B and Ronnie Moses, was released in the summer of 2018 and is being distributed by Tune Core.

The singer said the feedback thus far has been positive.

“My fans who have heard the song feels it has the potential to cross over into the international market and I have to agree. At the moment, I am working on bringing the single as far as it can reach,” said Sea B.

Given the positive buzz, Sea B teamed up with director Wayne Benjamin to shoot an equally splendid video.

“The single is full of potential... The way I laid my new-age flow on an old-school beat makes the song catchable,” said the singer.

Sea B said he is currently in the studio working on new material.

“I will be releasing more tracks from my production in coming months. I will have tracks for everyone; every track will be relatable and positive. I aim to bring forth music that is fit for every platform and every probability, this makes my work more widely acceptable,” he added.

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