August 22, 2022
During Jamaica’s 60th anniversary of Independence singer Calvin Incline is hoping to strike a chord with Still a Reggae Them.
“We need more action with reggae. We’ve got to get the ‘roots rock reggae’ to trend more because dancehall is overshadowing it, so we need to ‘reggae’ them. We have to continue burning the torch with good reggae music,” said Calvin Incline.
The single will be released on the Nomiboss Productions label on August 26, along with visuals.
“People are going to love the video because it has a community feel, with the faces of regular Jamaicans and people from all cultures singing the song. The song was written by one of my colleagues, Kevin Haywood aka Josiah. We go way back to Brooklyn, New York. We share the same views on where music was and what’s going on with music today,” said the artiste whose real name is Calvin Wiggins.
He grew up in Snow Hill, Portland, where he attended Port Antonio High School. On completion of high school he relocated to Kingston where he lived between the communities of Chisholm Road and Kencot. He later moved to Greater Portmore in St Catherine.
He began to perform on stage shows before migrating in 1996. In 1997 he recorded Millennium Drop and My Eyes Are Closed on the Digital English label, and his journey in music began.
Some of the songs on the EP will be My People Remix, Instant Karma, and Low Key.
He previously released an album called My People in 2010.
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