Lutan Fyah and Lady Virtue Make A Home In New Song


Barbadian Reggae singer Lady Virtue and Jamaican Reggae Star Lutan Fyah have joined forces for their new song A House is Not a Home.


Known for her collaboration with Luciano called Tek Di Pressure Off, Virtue is delving deeper into the reggae genre;; racking up quality tracks with some of the best in the music.


The Barbadian native says her journey through reggae is an uplifting experience: The chemistry with Lutan Fyah was wonderful, we make good music. This song has a message as many people think just living together in a house makes a home. We need more love in our families and that will build better people”.


The track which was produced by Rick Warren of Jamplified Records, is of a good quality and blend Virtues distinctive Barbadian sound with Lutan Fyahs signature chants.


Virtue, who is currently in Jamaica recording singles for upcoming release, is happy with the success of the track and pleased by the fact that both song and video are getting good airplay in her native land of Barbados, “Both TV and radio are giving support right now. Barbadians love reggae music and this song has won me many new fans.

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