ANTHONY CRUZ RELEASES NEW EP ENTITLED ‘CRUZING’ (@JahCruz @TadRecordStudio)

00-anthony_cruz_ep_cvrJamaican reggae singer and songwriter Anthony Cruz brings us classic reggae sounds on his new EP Cruzing, released worldwide on May 26, 2015 from reggae imprint Tad’s Record. Born Rowan Smith in Mandeville, Jamaica and deep roots embedded in reggae music, including being the nephew of the legendary Garnett Silk, Cruz has been fanning the reggae flames for most of his life. This short and sweet collection of reggae gems is a prelude of what is in store on his upcoming full-length album, and places Cruz in the spotlight to bring his blend of reggae music to some of the genre’s most avid lovers.The Cruzing EP is currently featured on iTunes U.S. Reggae New Music chart.

The six-track studio effort delivers something for everyone, and its key tracks include the conscious, socio-economic lament of “Money Worries” and the irie vibes of “A Pound a Day.” Both tunes have been released to radio and have been burning up the airwaves on reggae platforms worldwide. The other joints “News For You,” “Another Lonely Day,” “Mother & Daughter” and “The Next Time” round out this complete collection for all reggae lovers.

Known for his smooth, velvety flows and versatile lyrics spanning conscious to lover’s rock, Cruzing encompasses Cruz’s growth mentally, emotionally, and of course, musically. From ballads to roots reggae, his musical skills and heartfelt sentiments on this album will resonate with reggae fans and be sure to gain him new ones.

Purchase Cruzing here: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/cruzing-ep/id989968001

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