Freddie McGregor stays True To My Roots
Legendary reggae crooner Freddie McGregor is known for his memorable songs, which have wooed fans for decades.
His hits like the timeless Push Come to Shove, I Was Born a Winner, and Africa Here I Come have become staples within the genre and have won him millions of admirers across the globe.
His latest production, True to My Roots, promises to follow a similar path to the hearts of music lovers. Freddie sings authentic Jamaican lyrics on the Heavenless rhythm, which became popular by way of Dennis Brown's Your Love's Got A Hold On Me and Tristan Palmer's Entertainment.
The track is available on iTunes and is a teaser to a 15-track album to be released in Japan in June, followed by official releases in Europe and North America.
McGregor has had a long and distinguished career in the music industry, and through his Big Ship label, has produced a slew of hits from his offspring, and an ever-growing number of Jamaica's most celebrated entertainers.
By its ability to be consistent with quality musical productions, his Big Ship, created in 1989, has become the most well-known label in Japan, one of the most fertile grounds for reggae music globally.
True to My Roots is the latest in what has become a long list of high-quality productions from the label.