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BERES HAMMOND, BUJU BANTON TO HOP ON A COLLABORATIVE ALBUM – GhettoRadio 89.5 FM

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Veteran Jamaican Lovers Rock singer Beres Hammond has revealed that he and his long-time friend BujuBanton are working on a joint album, which is midway through completion.

In a recent interview, Beres urges Buju to announce that they are dealing with something musical, jokingly pointing out that it was the latter’s responsibility to do so since he was the more talkative of the two.

Beres takes it upon himself and makes the revelation after Buju holds back on making the announcement.

“We are taking on a project now where this would be the first time recording thing between two artists, the deejay and myself.  But we actually a work pan a album project yuh nuh… Wi more than half way already,” said the ‘I Feel Good’ hitmaker.

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Buju then reveals that it is the first time the two are talking about their joint project, “It’s being kept under wraps.  This is the first time we are actually talking about it.” He says.

Over the years, Buju, 49, and Beres, 67, have collaborated on massive hits such as A Little More TimePull Up The Vibes, Tempted To Touch, Who Say, Honey Comb and I’m Gonna Do My Best.

The two Reggae icons also revealed that they had never recorded any of their duets at the same time in any studio.

“We have never been in a recording studio together before.  Never.  The Most High God work it so that whatever Beres Hammond is going through, I am also going through something similar and we sing our pain, we sing our realities, we song our vision,” Buju stated.

By Stella Anyango





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