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Putus Roots – Changes

by | Jun 20, 2018 | Mini-Review, Reviews

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Putus Roots – Changes

Label: Duke Production | Format: DR-7″ | Street date: June 20, 2018


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Putus Roots - Changes

Hot on the heels of the release of Putus Roots’ ganja anthem “Farmer”, the Duke brothers come up with another tune of the veteran singer formerly known as Delroy Williams. It’s already the fifth song they put out since their first collaboration with Putus Roots, “Jah Jah Come”, saw the light of day in 2012.

As we have come to know from previous releases coming from producers and multi-instrumentalists Yves & Dave Duke, their riddims are flawless and well produced. On this one Yves Duke plays bass, guitar & trombone and Dave Duke handles drums, trumpet, percussion and keys. They are accompanied by Swiss producer, musician and co-founder of Fruits Records Mathias Liengme on organ pad.

After his ganja anthem for all the real herbalists of the world, Putus Roots now delivers a song about changes in life & faith. In contrast with “Farmer” this isn’t a song that instantly grabs you, but one that probably requires more than one or two spins to grow on you considerably.

Putus Roots’ “Changes” is available on all digital platforms,  but also the vinyl buyer is served well with the release of a double A-sided 7″ single featuring both “Changes” and “Farmer”.

Solid roots piece.


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