Notis Heavyweight Rockaz Drops We are the Builders - Notis Heavyweight Rockaz is gearing up for the official release of their brand new single, We Are The Builders.
The drum and bass duo of
Welshy Bass and Unga Barunga wrote the song on his birthday last year and it is
reflective of his teachings.
“It didn’t come in a penning
form; Unga and I were at the studio holding a vibes and the words just came
from nowhere,” explained Welshy Bass.
Produced by Notis Productions,
the track is an inspirational and motivational one, aimed at the group doing
their part in bringing about some positive changes in Jamaica and by extension
“We want people to listen and
remember who they are; you are important, you are a person of value and do not
dim your light. It doesn’t matter where you are coming from; all that matter is
where you are going,” expressed Unga Barunaga.
Welshy Bass added, “I want it
to reach, to be heard internationally. It is a good song with a great message
and a reminder to remember your roots as humans.”
So far, the feedback on the
track has been tremendously and it has been receiving constant rotation from
Irie FM and other local stations.
The duo is known for other
tracks such as Raggy Road, Miss You and No
Bad Days. In their quest for international recognition, they have taken
their sound around the world; one of their most notable achievements is opening
for New Zealand reggae band Katchafire on their 32-date international tour,
with stops across the United States.
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Worldwide, We Are The Builders is available for streaming and
purchase on all major digital platforms.
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