Produced by Youth (U2, Paul McCartney) at Trojan Jamaica Studios in Ocho Rios, “Man of the World” sees the legendary Toots Hibbert bringing his trademark vocal brilliance to a rousing new rendition of the classic Fleetwood Mac blues rocker, written by guitarist Peter Green. A companion visual is streaming now.
RED, GOLD, GREEN & BLUE marks the eagerly anticipated first release from Trojan Jamaica, the new record label co-founded by musician-producers Zak Starkey and Sharna “Sshh” Liguz. The landmark collection a stunning array of iconic artists performing classic blues, R&B, and early rock ‘n’ roll songs that first inspired the reggae revolution. “Man of the World” was preceded by a series of track releases, including Mykal Rose’s stellar “I Put A Spell On You” (originally performed by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins) and an exclusive Rob Jevons remix of Bo Diddley’s “Gunslinger,” performed by reggae legend Big Youth, both of which are available now for streaming and download. In addition, the official “I Put A Spell On You” companion visual — featuring a sizzling solo from Jamaican guitar great Ernest Ranglin – is streaming now HERE following its exclusive premiere via Rolling Stone; the official “Gunslinger (Rob Jevons Remix)” video is streaming HERE following its debut via LargeUp.