Natural High Music has officially released the first single from their Urban Roots 2 EP titled "Reap What You Sow." A collaboration with rising Jamaican singer/deejay Royal Blu, the song packs an uplifting melody with top-notch drum work, a highly recommended single for reggae lovers worldwide.

Reap What You Sow” commemorates Natural High’s debut on Delicious Vinyl Island, the Caribbean music-inspired offshoot of iconic record label Delicious Vinyl. As an artist-friendly, producer-driven label, each Delicious Vinyl Island release will be a joint venture with the producers’ own existing imprint.

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A singjay, songwriter, and composer, Royal Blu has become a Jamaican artist to watch for his signature cross-genre appeal. Known for songs “Let’s Get High” and “Blue Mahoe," his delivery on "Reap What You Sow," is a mix of singing and double-time flows, a new and refreshing verbal style out of Jamaica. Royal Blu's upbeat appeal, pairs well with Natural High’s future roots sound, showcasing a fusion of hip-hop, reggae and dub influences.

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Known for their Urban Roots 1 EP, fans have been patiently anticipating the follow up from Natural High, the production duo responsible for songs such as Chronixx’s “Black is Beautiful” and Keznamdi’s “So Right”, Kelissa’s Spellbound EP, and more. Coming up, Urban Roots 2 will mark the first full-length release from Delicious Vinyl Island, dropping later this year.

 

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A launch event for Delicious Vinyl Island will take place Friday, May 25th at Delicious Pizza, the L.A. pizza shop opened in 2015 by Delicious Vinyl co-founder Mike Ross and his brother, Rick Ross, with a special L.A. edition of Yaadcore’s Dubwise Jamaica party.

Listen to "Reap What You Sow" and stay tuned for more music from Natural High here on KingstonToLA:

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