Reggae Artist Humbleton is set to make a “Transition” In His Life With A New Album
Jamaican born, Queens-based roots reggae artist Humbleton is dropping a new album called Transition.
The veteran talent decided to officially share a culmination of songs from his body of work since relocating stateside. After releasing several projects in the United States, the entertainer has started to gain more traction domestically, particularly in the New York metro area, and is also reaching new heights of fandom in the Caribbean.
Humbleton also released the single “Rifle” in the fall, the track was unveiled as a precursor to the album debut. The song is a departure from his more notable mellow tunes, and this makes it a standout in terms of energy and rawness.
A few other tracks from the album were also featured as singles including “Future Jamaica,” and “Be on the alert.” These album previews were well received by fans, and his promotion of those singles helped reach an extension to his usual audience. His tunes excite and engage conscious-minded people that enjoy the exploration of the sincere messaging behind his music.
“Roots, culture, and reality” - Humbleton
With more than twenty-five years in the music industry, Humbleton is no stranger to navigating the scene. He started his career in the early ’90s, and says he was both inspired and influenced by some familiar heavyweights like Buju Banton, Terro Fabulous, and Bob Marley.
As a youth, Humbleton got into singing and dancing, this was the start of his desire to be an entertainer. He says his ability to create music was developed just by feeling the rhythm or the beat.