This Friday Hawaii’s reggae family The Lambsbread, delivers their latest offering to the reggae massive with their new single “Pass me the Fire”.
Known for their socially conscious lyrics and hard roots riddims, The Lambsbread brings us another fire tune to uplift the people.
The musical foundation of the production for the tune was created by talented keyboard player and producer 15yr old Jacob Selassie. The roots vibes
of the track were sealed up with a heavy bassline laid down by legendary Jamaican bass player Christopher Meredith. A catchy pick guitar and skank from
Jesus “Chewy” Gallagos grabs your attention, with the mix done by drummer and producer Samuel Levi. The lyrics remind us that the illusion and confusion
we see going on in the world is only for a time, and good will conquer evil. Already getting attention from radio DJ’s around the world, this track is a must have for any roots reggae lover.
The song will be available at all digital retailers this Friday Dec. 6th (Spotify, Amazon, Tidal etc.) but you can preorder now at Apple iTunes
The Lambsbread is a family of talented reggae musicians from the Hawaiian islands, and have been steadily delivering good music for years. First noticed in the reggae industry with their hits “Love in the House” and “Mountain Top” ft. Prezident Brown, The Lambsbread has 5 full-length albums and a several singles released. They have worked with some of the icons in reggae music like Sizzla Kolonji, and Grammy-award winners Morgan Heritage, and are currently at work on a new album for spring of 2020. Steady on the tour circuit as well, The Lambsbread recently
completed a 40 show US tour from the west coast to the east coast.