(Isstories Editorial):- Miramar, Jul 3, 2018 (Issuewire.com) – Jamaican born, Florida-based reggae legend, Estavan Anderson, a.k.a Papa Beeto has officially announced the launching of his new and highly anticipated latest studio single called Sweet Sweet Jamaica. This will be coming on the heels of the widely successful and still fresh music video So Much Love, released in 2017.
The pre-order date of the new single is scheduled for 29th of June, 2018, while the official release date is slated for July 6, 2018, and will be distributed by VPAL.
Papa Beeto who has been a fan favorite from the moment he hit limelight from 1984 till date, has continued to rule the wavelengths of reggae music with his soul-touching lyricism. The Kingston-born old-timer, who first dropped his first single titled Shaolin Fighting back in 84, is continuing his quest to fight social vices, discourage violence and promote peace and harmony in all human society through the prophetic utterances of his music.
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Sweet Sweet Jamaica is a song loaded with emotions, pain and worry about the general welfare of mankind in the face of continuous violence, poverty, anarchy, and death. Papa Beeto has continued to toe the pathway that defines reggae music and why so many people over the world have fallen in love with this genre of musicspeaking the bitter truth in the face of unclad reality. Thats what reggae music has been about for the past three decades, and reggae prophets like Papa Beeto have chosen to live and die on that path of duty.
Hear what he has to say about the upcoming new single;
Sweet Sweet Jamaica. Jamaica is known for reggae music, the friendly people of love, Rastafarian culture which Represent our beautiful Island, In the past we could walk anywhere without any problems, These days crime and violence is getting out of control, That doesnt represent our Sweet Jamaica, All we are asking everyone is to bring back the love and stop the senseless killing, and we will be so happy again, and build up our Sweet Jamaica, Enjoy this song, hope you all can learn something from it, said Papa beeto
The song, Sweet Sweet Jamaica in this context uses the sunrise nation of Jamaica to depict the condition of the present world, with a clarion call to people in all societies to become more humane and bring back the glory days of love, peace, and security for all.
About Papa Beeto
Papa Beeto, whose real name is Estavan Anderson, was born in Kingston Jamaica and has been a reggae musician for more than 30 years. Papa Beeto is famous for great hit songs like Gold Chain Money, a track that attracted many awards. Others of his well-known songs are Read the Bible, Mad Man, Get the Grammy, Where the Money Deh, Thank you Lord, Grandma, and a lot more hit songs.
His experience as a legend was never in doubt, considering how deep and wide he has entrenched his footprints in the sands of reggae music.
Papa Beeto has also worked with some of the worlds best and most famous artists like Dennis Brown: The Crown Prince of Reggae, Sanchez, the late Notorious B.I.G, and a host of others. Two of his songs have featured as NUMBER ONE songs on one of the biggest Jamaican Radio stations W.A.V.S.
Papa Beeto is currently residing in the Southern Coast of Florida where he is under constant pressure by fans to release more songs.
To get Papa Beetos songs and news, visit: www.papabeetomusic.com
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