After garnering tremendous traction internationally for their single”Loving You is Easy’ the Reggae Ambassador’s, THIRD WORLD are set to release the official remix featuring Grammy nominated, Polynesian artist Fiji. Produced by multi-Grammy-award winning business mogul Damian ‘Jr Gong’ Marley on Ghetto Youths
International, “Loving You is Easy” remix officially releases today Friday March 22, 2019
on all digital platforms worldwide by visiting: https://ghetto-youths-international.lnk.to/CWm6e
As the first single off their upcoming full-length album, to be released later this summer,
the original track, ‘Loving You is Easy’ has received international notoriety for their visual
and great production. This momentum propelled the interest to remix the single, adding
another element to the single, captivating new ears.
‘Loving You Is Easy’ featuring Fiji REMIX complements the musical blend of the golden
voice along with Third World lead vocalist AJ Brown and Stephen ‘Cat’ Coore.
Embodying a smooth Reggae sound, there is that extra bounce to the track, highlighting
the single to a new audience.
“What an honor and a pleasure to work with one of my heroes, Third World” says Fiji.
The seamless fusion of Fiji tone is a perfect addition to the beautiful signature harmonies and charismatic vibe of Third World. Third World will perform at this years’ Kaya Fest – festival celebrating 420 on April 20, 2019 in Bayfront Park, Miami Florida.
Current Third World members include: Stephen ‘Cat’ Coore (guitar, cello, vocals) Richard Daley (bass), Tony Williams (drums, djembe), AJ Brown (lead vocals), Maurice “MG” Gregory (keyboards, vocals) Norris Noriega; Webb (keyboards, vocals)
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“Loving You Is Easy feat Fiji REMIX is now available for download and stream on all digital platforms worldwide.
The ‘Reggae Ambassadors’, Third World is one of the longest lived Reggae bands of all time, and one of Jamaica’s most consistently popular crossover acts among international audiences. Mixing in elements of R&B, funk, pop, and rock and, later on, dancehall and rap, Third World’s style has been described as “reggae-fusion”.
With 10 Grammy nominations and catalogue of charted hits spanning four decades, Third World accolades include, the 1986 United Nations Peace Medal, 1992 and 1996 Jamaica Music Industry Awards for Best Show Band, New York City Ambassador Award in November 2009 at Brooklyn Academy of Music (“BAM”), 2011 Excellence in Music at the Atlanta Caribbean Festival, numerous awards and accolades from Martin’s International Reggae and World Music Awards, in 2012 the group was awarded the Ambassador at Caribbean American Heritage Awards in Washington DC, “The Art of Reggae Music” award for 40 years of quality music and dedication at the 2013 staging of Jamaica Jazz and Blues in Montego Bay, the Keys to the Cities of Atlanta and Key West, National Black Arts Award of Merit 2013 and more.