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BREAKING: Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica (Reloaded) Debuts #6 On Billboard Charts

“Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica (Reloaded)” is more than just an album: it’s a true spiritual connection. No wonder that it is already #1 on several charts.  The album debuted at #6 on the Billboard charts this morning. This release will hit you with the melodies of reggae and the energy of dub, going for a timeless, yet modern feel. All the artists involved in the release operate at a high level across the board. Not only is the songwriting on point, but the lyrical flow is also impressive.

Amada Records & Contractor Music Group is proud to announce a fantastic brand new album titled “Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica (Reloaded)”. This release features the best of Jamaican sound, including edgy modern influences and classic tones alike. From Reggae to Dub and everything in between, this release is all about connecting with people. Excellent grooves, direct melodies, and world-class harmonies are some of the most notable ingredients in this spiced up sonic recipe, which will leave you wanting so much more from the moment you press play. These artists showed off what a rich musical language they’ve developed and how fluent they’ve become in it.

This lush and flourishing release is actually the sequel from Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica, which went to number one for a whooping 4 Weeks Straight on the Billboard Charts! This is no small achievement, and on this release, the quality is even at a higher level!

The album features many exciting new artists, as well as world-famous acts the likes of Black Uhuru, G-Mac, Ffurious, The No-Maddz, Eriq Sterling, Anthony B, Nature Ellis, Trinity Chris, Bounty Killer, Richie Stephens, Whitter the Legend, Sizzla, Perjah, and Kiprich.

The set-list has a beautiful flow, and each song seamlessly flows into the next one, giving the mix a much more direct outlook.

Find out more and do not miss out on “Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica (Reloaded)”. The album is currently available online through VIP Recordings, a record label representing the best in terms of Jamaican sounds!

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