Could This Be The New Reggae Summer Anthem? – Caribbean and Latin America Daily News – News Americas

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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 7, 2020: Is the new reggae summer anthem really Loco?

Jamaican singer Agent Sascohopes so and has now dropped a remixof the song in collaboration with Bounty Killer & Kabaka Pyramid.

The new remix takes the original track produced by Romain Teflonzincfence Arnettto the next level and highlights the Jamaican artists versatility with dancehall and hip-hop.

This monstrous first single speaks volumes and will be available on his upcoming EP slated for release later this year.

For almost two decades, Agent Sasco has maintained an active presence in Jamaican reggae and dancehall. Through this years pandemic, Agent Sasco has taken toInstagram Liveto produce a weekly retrospectiveRiddim Classicsseries where he revisits classic dancehall rhythms through interviews with producers and the contemporary artists that appeared on the compilations with him back when he was most-known as Assassin (circa 2001).

Agent Sascos talent for juggling his quick-witted rhymes in his fiery Jamaican-peppered voice opened doors for him as a guest vocalist alongsideKendrick Lamar(The Blacker the Berry)Kanye West(Im In It), andFreddie Gibbs(Bandana). Internationally, he left his mark on 2015s Good Times (Dre SkullRemix), theJamie XX-produced 2015-summer banger in the U.K. Under hisAssassinalias, he stole the spotlight on theCadenzaremix of Saturnz Barz byGorillaz. Last year, Sasco landed his highest streamed record (2M on Spotify plus 2M on Apple Music) with Slow Down, a suave, seductive jam session produced by Ghanaian-British beatsmithJuls.

This July, he performed Loco and Hope River as part ofLive Nation Urbans weekly Instagram Live series. Agent Sasco also joinedChronixxand Bounty Killer forIrieJam Radios virtual concert. Also, keeping with tradition, the veteran artist delivered yet another electrifyingReggae Sumfestperformance for this years virtual edition of Jamaicas most-celebrated two-day concert.

Listen to the remix here.

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