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DREAD I ARTS & CEROMONY STUDIOS PRESENTS BRIGHTER SMILE RIDDIM

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FIGHTING THE GERMS THAT CAUSE BADMIND

BrighterSmile

The Brighter Smile Riddim was created by Dread I Arts’ Mister Kali and Ceremony Studio’s Bob Witsenhausen. The album features a diverse line up of Roots & Culture Reggae songs by artists Khari Kill, Jah Wave, Trinkie Starr, Likkle Shanx, Sgt Remo, Rocker T, Obie One, Mister Kali, Jah Bami, Isaac Faith. Each one of the artists brings their own unique contribution to this compilation making it an easy and uplifting listen from start to finish. 
Dread I Arts & Ceremony Studios hail from the high-desert city of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Given the strong support for Reggae music by the Native American concentration in the region, New Mexico is a place with a strong background in Reggae. For decades Reggae has made a mark in this region and successful artists and producers have emerged from the capital city of NM. The artists on this line up span a diverse background including artists from the Caribbean, Native New Mexicans, and even a Mexican Reggae artist.

 

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