Jamaican singer/songwriter Kristine Alicia, who is now based in America, has recorded a masterpiece for Upstairs Music‘s latest compilation: The Train Is Coming Riddim. The aforementioned statement cannot be denied given the support the song, titled Roots Rock Reggae, has been getting from local selectors. Even music critics located in Jamaica who have heard the tune are in agreement that it is a potential hit.
On the record, Kristine Alicia who comes from a very strong musical background, uses her powerful vocals to celebrate authentic reggae music. She does this, while simultaneously highlighting several inefficiencies within the global black community. Reggae DJs, primarily those based in the United States, have gotten behind the track, giving it regular rotation on their respective platforms.
In addition to Kristine Alicia‘s Roots Rock Reggae, The Train Is Coming Riddim – which is now available on all streaming platforms – also features music from Wayne Armond, Screwdriver, Ken Boothe, Hezron, Dwight Pinkney, AJ Brown, 2 Of A Kind, Glen Washington, Bagga Case, Marcia Ball, Skatta, Kehv, Dheapblu and Yishka.