Last summer, Jungle Lava Productions shared their debut rhythm-driven compilation, Natty Dreadlocks Survival Riddim, which received very strong approval from both industry insiders and reggae fans alike. It was praised primarily for its production quality, spearheaded by Jungle George and his team, using all live instruments. Days after it was released, it was immediately highlighted on most of the premier reggae platforms worldwide.
Based on the overwhelmingly positive feedback he has gotten from the preceding project, Jungle George was deliberate in taking the time needed to create his follow-up EP, Harder They Come Riddim.
Published only a few days ago on his Jungle Lava Productions imprint, the Harder They Come Riddim is already being labeled the better of the two. It features new music performed by Karamanti, David Conscious, Informative History Man, Jazz Black, Vineyard and Jungle Lava Band, of which Jungle George is the head.
It’s a gripping six-track classic roots-reggae juggling that’s fused with dub. The Harder They Come Riddim is now available on iTunes, Amazon Music, Spotify, Tidal, and all other digital music stores.
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