Buju Banton’s Post-Prison Musical Project To Be Titled ‘Upside Down’

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‘Upside Down’ has been announced as the legendary’s upcoming release, 10-years after Buju Banton’s last album ‘Before Dawn’

The Jamaican legend is moving out of the recording phase into the promotion phase. Buju Banton appeared at a private listening session of the album in Jamaica. In cooperation with Island Records & Roc Nation. Journalists along with other media outlets were invited to sneak peek a few tracks of what is supposed to be a 20-track album. What is expected to be an amazing production and compilation of music ‘Upside Down’ 20-track album becomes an automatic hit for the Jamaican artist and streaming platforms.

Recorded with the assistance of Roc Nation, the post-prison album is scheduled for an April 2020 debut. The album titled ‘Upside Down’ will be Buju’s first album in 10-years. Buju’s team says Upside Down will have something for everyone. The album will contain tracks from Lover’s Rock to Dancehall to Reggae. With a specific goal at pleasing his day-one fans and to his younger generation of supporters as well.

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Last week we have been seeing some leaks of studio sessions with Pharrell Williams and rumored long time collaborator Nadine Sutherland. The two worked together on tracks such as Anything For You and What Am I Gonna Do.

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