Bugle shoots 'Ganja' video with Shaggy
Currently gearing up for the release of his sophomore album, reggae artiste Bugle has enlisted the services of accomplished director Jay Will to shoot the video for 'Ganja', a song featuring Shaggy. The single is the first from his upcoming album titled 'Be Yourself', which is slated for release later this month.
Shot in various places, including Kingston and St Andrew and St Thomas, the concept, though taking an unconventional approach, is somewhat self-explanatory as the entertainers advocate for marijuana. The story is further bolstered by the picturesque backgrounds of the Caribbean island known for its breathtaking locations.
The video is scheduled for release later this month, and Bugle urges fans and music lovers to throw their full support behind the project.
"This is a great song and the first from the album. The director has done a good job of capturing the essence of what we are trying to communicate through the music, so I am encouraging fans and just lovers of good music to throw their full support behind this one when it's released," he said.
The 15-track compilation is the follow-up to Bugle's highly successful Anointed album, which was released three years earlier. Anointed earned him a spot on MTV Jams with Move Dem, featuring Julian Marley, amassing more than one million views online amid an extensive tour of Africa, Europe, North America and the Caribbean.
Be Yourself is executively produced by Bugle and will be distributed by Empire, a United States-based company also responsible for Strictly Roots, the Grammy Award-winning album from Morgan Heritage.