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It has been a decade since Adrian “Donsome” Hanson has re-released the roots-reggae inspired project Crime Stop rhythm.  He grew up in Portmore, St. Catherine and later migrated to the United States for over 10 years has been participating in the music industry from every since. His latest is the Black Tears Rhythm which is scheduled to release on  November 6 via Donsome Records imprint. His new project will feature icons such as : Marcia Griffiths, Anthony B, Lutan Fyah, Glen Washington, Chhezidek and Bugle. Donsome has stated to his publicist that he believes it is the right time for him to release his rhythm because the songs concentrate on the pain that black people are facing today. Marcia Griffiths; the reggae queen   has a track entitled  “Black Tears” where she focuses on the pain that black people are facing globally. Anthony B; One of reggae’s most prolific roots singers mentions the danger we face with his single “So Dangerous”. Bugle has also made a significant move with his track “Allow Me To Live”. Additionally, Donsome’s  newly signed artiste Korexx has showed his versatility with his debut roots-reggae track “Still A Win”.

            Other tracks that have been included are: Fry Bone by Perfect Giddimani, Yuh Ungrateful; Lutan Fyah, So Dangerous;Anthony B, Bad Seed; Chezidek, Crying Justice; Tommy B and Holding on to a feeling; Glen Washington. Hanson has also been associated with other projects such as: Mama Bawl by Gyptian, Lost Our Way by I-Octane, Famine and Drought by I-Wayne as well as compilation sets including Reggae Grass Roots, Reggae in My Heart and the Roots Drop Rhythm.


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