Jr. Toots – Reggae Got Soul (Crown of Fire Records, 2010)

Reggae Got Soul, and so does Junior Toots. For those who have been watching this talent evolve, this is a testament to musical maturity. As an artists his skills as a writer, singer, and performer have only improved over time. Reggae Got Soul is proof that Junior Toots is honing his skills, but he is […]

Jr Toots Reggae Got Soul


Reggae Got Soul, and so does Junior Toots.

For those who have been watching this talent evolve, this is a testament to musical maturity. As an artists his skills as a writer, singer, and performer have only improved over time.

Reggae Got Soul is proof that Junior Toots is honing his skills, but he is yet to reach his full potential, a listener’s joy that is sure to come. Tracks such as “Up Ye Mighty Race,” “Jah is the King of Host,” and “Jah bless the World,” stay true to reggae and the message of Rastafari, while on songs such as “Make A Move,” and “Look How You’re Round” he adds some R&B and Reggaeton flavors that demonstrate his diversity of influence.

This album well demonstrates that Junior Toots will not allow himself to be boxed into one genre or style of music. Junior Toots may be the son of reggae living legend Toots Hibbert but this album shows that he is on his own musical journey and not riding any coat tails.

For more information on Junior Toots, lease be sure to ckeck his website at www.juniortoots.com.

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