Anthony Cruz Goes “Under The Covers” On New Album (@JahCruz @Tadsrecord)

One of Jamaica’s most soulful singers – Anthony Cruz – has emerged with a mellifluous eighteen-track album, titled Under The Covers. The self produced project was released this past Friday, April 28th, via Tad’s Record, the imprint for which it was exclusively created. 

Cruz, who is always a leader in his field, has led again by doing something quite unique. He has done a full-length reggae-remix studio album that includes favorites like: R. Kelly‘s Step In The Name Of LoveAlexander O’Neal’s If You Were Here TonightRoberta Flack and Donny Hathaway‘s The Closer I Get to You, as well as several other chart-topping grown folk music.

Musicians and producers that contributed to this masterpiece are Donald ‘Danny Bassie’ Dennis, drummer Kirk Bennett, keyboardist Paul ‘Wrong Move’ Crossdale, Bobby Digital, King Jammy, Donovan Germain, Chris Knight, Tad Dawkins Jr., and Mark HoSang.

In a recent interview, an excited Anthony Cruz made the following prediction about the LP: “I know it’s going to create history, because it’s never been done before — a full cover version album. Jamaicans love it, people love it across the world, they love when you sing over their songs in Reggae, ‘cause Reggae have the power.”

Under The Covers is now available on Apple Music, Spotify, iTunes, Tidal, and all other streaming platforms. It is being distributed by Tad’s Record Inc.


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