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Mr. Root Eye bounces back with new single
One of the veteran Dancehall & Reggae musicians/activists, Mr. Root Eye, bounces back with a new single for almost 2 decades off the music scene.
He came back very strong a brand new Reggae single he calls “Deepest Pain”. As many would think he ‘might have lost touch’ of the art, his voice and energy on the new joint is hyper than even many of the young dancehall DJs on the scene; deep lyrics as usual. Lyrics for the song are very touching and punchy. Looks like the industry veteran has ‘lost a love he really cherished that he had to put it in the song’ – his persona in the song alone speaks volumes.
According to a close source, Mr. Root Eye, is likely to drop an official video for this new single very soon.
Mr. Root Eye ‘aka’ Sophisticated Rasta is best known on the screens as the regular host of “Music Music” on TV3 and also plays on Prime 89.1 fm, one of the very active radio stations in Accra, Ghana. He is best known for his popular song “Sweety Sweety” released in 1994.
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