George Palmer x Lion D x Irie Ites “Come We Just A Come”

The Fascinating French producer, Irie Ites, reconstructed an old rub a dub riddim and teamed up with George Palmer and Lion D on this latest single, “Come We Just A Come”. This song is distributed by Geneva – Switzerland music imprint, Evidence Music.

Several times producing a recomposition of old riddim, Irie Ites again and again brings a nostalgic vibe into nowadays-stylee. On this track, they recast one of the riddim from Barrington Levy‘s legendary tracks, “Here I Come (Broader Than Broadway)”, into a fresher and more energetic song.

Two big powers, George Palmer and Lion D, came to top this perfect rub a dub with their signatures. With their distinctive character, “Come We Just A Come” brings the happy vibes through the light lyrics. Of course, this easy listening track can be played at any time.
“Come We Just A Come” is now available on various digital music platforms, as well as the music video. Irie!
(Keyko,Sam)

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