Las Vegas-based reggae artiste Ras Kronik recently released his third full-length project ‘The Energy’. The 12-track album is a global melting pot of sounds including reggae, dancehall, House, and Pop.
Some of the songs featured on the album are Fyah Burn featuring Turbulence, This Morning remix featuring Mr Mig, ‘Agree to Disagree’, ‘Rough Outa Street’ and ‘Your Love’.
“This album is getting a very warm reception from music lovers in various parts of the world including Jamaica, the United States, England, Europe, and Africa. It’s getting exactly the kind of response we anticipated when we were working on it. We produced this album for a global audience that’s why it features so many different genres,” he said.
The Clarendon-born singer whose given name is Everton Edwards says he’s confident that over time ‘The Energy’ will become a classic.
“I believe that with continued promotion this album will achieve tremendous commercial success and eventually become a classic. It has all the right elements to achieve that level of success. All the songs on it were professionally written and recorded, and the mixes are great. This is a top-notch production,” said Ras Kronik.
‘The Energy’ is a collaborative effort of several producers including Sheldon Edwards, Leroy Edwards, Mr Mig, Ricky Dread and Trixxx Anthony Tenyque. “I have to big up everyone who was involved in the creation of this wonderful project including my brothers Sheldon and Leroy, Mr Mig, Ricky and Trixxx. I am also thankful to Turbulence for being on my album.”
‘The Energy’ was released by Pandemic Records on August 18.