Ed Robinson drops 'Blame Game'
New York-based reggae singer Ed Robinson is without a doubt one of the best voices in Reggae music today.
The veteran entertainer who made his breakthrough in the early 1990s with a highly acclaimed cover of Bob Dylan?s Knocking On Heaven?s Door, is in the spotlight once again.
Ed Robinson recently delivered a show-stopping performance at the Culture Fest concert in New York. The event which was held at the Coney Island Amphitheatre, also featured Ziggy Marley, Steel Pulse and Maxi Priest.
The multitalented singer/musician is currently promoting a hot new single titled The Blame Game.
The song that was produced by the legendary production team Steely and Clevie and Robinson?s manager Luciana Maneri (Push Broom Gang Music), was released on iTunes on July 8.
?I get a lot of joy from making music for my fans, and I hope their experience will be the same when they listen to my songs. I?m not one of those musicians who like to beat my chest and say that every song I make is going to be a hit. However, I?m very confident that The Blame Game is a winner,? said Robinson.
Robinson is currently working on his ninth soon-to-be released full length unnamed album.