Madque sending love to ‘Mama’ this summer | Entertainment

The management at MadQue Entertainment is hoping for a bright outdoor season as folks roll up their sleeves and take a jab or two, in an effort to crush the COVID curse.

They have every reason to be hopeful as their latest effort, Mama, is generating quite a post-Mother’s Day buzz.

Mama is voiced by RUFF ROOTS, an international hip hop, reggae and dancehall music group. The single is infused with reggae/dancehall/hip hop and Afro instruments, and influenced by a trendy club mix. The lyrics are rooted in authentic Jamaican culture, laced with vocals of sweet serenade, carrying the listener through a range of emotions, even as the artistes express a profound love for Mama and being proud to be offsprings.

The song is written by Kulture DNB and Ramain Wayne, Jamaicans to the core who are no strangers to the entertainment industry. The production is a collective effort of the artistes, working alongside producers MadQue and JayRay.

Kulture DNB, who hails from St Thomas, is a certified reggae, roots, dancehall entertainer who has done major work with Skan & El Speaker, on Herbalist, as well as Ganja Boss with The Fifth Guys.

Wayne, whose roots are planted deep in St Mary, continues to build on his credentials as a crossover artiste with Suh She Gwaan, his latest single/video that has already garnered a million streams.

As for the Bronx-based entertainment outfit, the management says that the summer season looks promising as New Yorkers recover from months of cabin fever, brought on by the pandemic.

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