Jamaican artist (Trabass) changes the sound of dancehall reggae music
On January 17, Trabass’ “1989” debuted at No. 1 on Apple Music’s New Dancehall Reggae chart. Now he’s releasing another EP “Trabalocity” on February 15th.
– Michelle R.
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, Feb. 11, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Caribbean diaspora knows him for his short films, comedy sketches, as well as his 2016 Billboard chart-topping album, “Trabulation.” His name is Trabass and he is currently one of Jamaica’s most popular artists, with over 100,000,000 views on YouTube and millions of subscribers on social media.
Recently, Trabass made an impressive resurgence on the music charts in mid-January 2022, when he released his EP “1989” through New York independent label MVB Records. “1989” debuted at No. 1 on Apple Music’s New Dancehall/Reggae Albums chart, and it currently continues to rise and fall in the chart as of press time.
Trabass seems to be working feverishly on creating new music, as he is now gearing up to release another EP (Trabalocity) on February 15, just a month after his EP “1989” debuted at #1. The first single from his new EP is titled “Used To Say”, and it features the stunning vocals of one of Dancehall Reggae’s rising stars, Noah Powa.
Trabass fans and new listeners can check out debut single “Used To Say” on Apple Music, ahead of the new EP’s release on February 15. “Trabalocity” is a 6-song EP that continues an obvious trend with new music from Trabass, and that trend is pushing the Dancehall Reggae music genre in a whole new direction.
Rumor has it that Trabass also plans to release their first full album, in June 2022.
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Trabass – Trabalocity: “Used to say”