Protoje - "Answer to Your Name" (Ancient Future Album)


In anticipation for his third studio album Ancient Future, Jamaica's own Protoje releases his third single "Answer To Your Name", a time capsule to 1970s Brixton over a ska influenced backdrop produced by Winta James and Lewis Planter.


"This song for me transports you directly to the early 70's which was a crucial time in Jamaican history. I challenge anyone not to dance when they hear this, it is infectious" says the reggae star who recently landed on BBC's Hot for 2015 list.

Following up the summer anthem "Who Knows" featuring kindred spirit Chronixx and the smooth cut "Stylin'", Protoje continues his homage to iconic reggae music with a fresh update.

Talking about the process of putting together Ancient Future, Protoje explains "When I write lyrics and get to hear them, it's almost like looking in a mirror," he told The Fader. "I try to be honest to what I was feeling in my chest; the music on this album allowed me the freedom to do so."

Ancient Future comes out March 10th, 2015

Ancient Future Tracklist:

1. Protection (feat. Mortimer)
2. Criminal
3. Who Knows (feat. Chronixx)
4. All Will Have to Change
5. Stylin'
6. Love Gone Cold (feat. Sevana)
7. Sudden Flight (feat. Jesse Royal & Sevana)
8. Bubblin'
9. Answer To Your Name
10. Who Can You Call
11. The Flame (feat. Kabaka Pyramid)

All songs produced by Winta James.
"Bubblin'" produced by Winta James, Protoje Diggy and Paris Lamont.
"Answer To Your Name" produced by Winta James and Lewis Planter.


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