Bu­gle happy to be fea­tured on Grammy-nom­i­nated al­bum

The Star (Jamaica) - - Entertainment -

Bu­gle, one of reg­gae and dance­hall’s most pro­lific singer-song­writ­ers, is mu­si­cally a much hap­pier man to­day. This is be­cause the artiste is fea­tured on the Grammy-nom­i­nated al­bum As The World Turns, cour­tesy of award-win­ning group Black Uhuru.

The 12-track project, which was nom­i­nated for Best Reg­gae Al­bum in this year’s Grammy Awards, sees Bu­gle lend­ing both his vo­cals and writ­ing skills on Jah Guide, a com­po­si­tion al­lud­ing to be­ing fear­less in the face of ad­ver­sity and ne­far­i­ous peo­ple.

“Be­tween work on my foun­da­tion, fam­ily and pro­fes­sional ca­reer, I have been very busy and out of sync on the mu­sic scene. It’s only since the start of the new year a mem­ber of my team told me that the al­bum had been nom­i­nated for a Grammy. I am very pleased to hear and want to say thank you to the iconic group Black Uhuru for the op­por­tu­nity to work with them on this project,” Bu­gle said.

A seem­ingly up­beat Bu­gle said that he is very op­ti­mistic that the reg­gae group can take home the win, which would make it their se­cond since nab­bing the cov­eted sil­ver­ware in 1984 for Best Reg­gae Record­ing for An­them at the 27th stag­ing in Los An­ge­les, Cal­i­for­nia.

The 61st an­nual Grammy Awards will be held on Fe­bru­ary 10 at the Sta­ples Cen­ter in Los An­ge­les.

Lo­cally, Bu­gle has been en­joy­ing premium ro­ta­tion on the air­waves and so­cial scene with his lat­est re­lease, World Party, fea­tur­ing famed disc jock Razz At­tack.

Alexx A-Game


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