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Miwa Music Announces Release Of Newest Reggae Song By International Reggae Artist Hezron

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Las Vegas, NV (PRUnderground) September 18th, 2020

Miwa Music is announcing the release of “Stronger In Love Remix,” the newest single by international reggae artist Hezron on September 22. The track features Busy Signal and will be available on all streaming platforms. The video is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oS82yoMr6YY

Miwa Music’s Waka_Co (@miwa_music) is the first Japanese female to produce a reggae single.
Waka_Co has a 10-year background in music production, and is excited about making beats and songs with different angles and styles. “I believe good music needs to feature high-quality sound from rich voices and real musical instruments.” The executive mixing engineer, Rohan Dwyer, has engineered tracks for artists including John Legend and Buju Banton.

Reggae fans in Jamaica and beyond were introduced to Hezron’s spectacular, nuanced vocals and poetic lyrics with the 2008 release of his first No. 1 single, “So In Love.” More hits followed: the melodic lovers’ rock tunes “Forever and Always,” and, “Can’t Come Between” earned Hezron unwavering adoration among his female fans.

His poignant depictions of poverty, violence and other grim realities on “Land of The Warriors,” “Moday, Taxi Driver,” and the acoustic “Can’t Tek De Pressure” brought respect from his industry peers. “Jamaica never really changes in terms of social issues,” Hezron says, “the poor continue to be poor and Rastafari gave us music to sing about those things. R&B doesn’t accommodate those messages, reggae music does, so it is my responsibility to write those kinds of songs.”

Hezron’s evocative lyrics and warm, captivating vocals have garnered him widespread acclaim. His finest collection of songs to date are showcased on his sophomore album “The Life I Live Continues,” a follow up to his self-released, critically-acclaimed double CD debut, “The Life I Live(d),” which iTunes US featured on its New & Noteworthy Reggae section the week of its release.

Born into a musical family in the Moy Hall district of Montego Bay, Hezron began singing as a child, and absorbed melodious pop hits by Madonna and Michael Jackson as a teen, in addition to taking in the powerful messages in the music of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. The dancehall stars of the era, Shabba Ranks, Ninja Man and Bounty Killer were also great influences for him.

Saint Ann, Jamaica native Busy Signal’s vocal artistry talents span roots-reggae, soca, EDM, pop, reggaeton, Afrobeats and trap. His is a household name in the Caribbean because he’s released several albums and contributed to countless local collaborations with artists including Damian Marley, Mavado, Bounty Killer and Elephant Man.

Signal is also a fixture on the international music scene. He’s appeared on No Doubt’s 2012 single “Push and Shove,” teamed with Major Lazer twice on 2013’s “Watch Out for This (Bumaye)” and 2017’s “Jump.” He’s also dominated massive festival stages like Spain’s Rototom.

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