The Kemist, Body Can’t Lie Review
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Errol “Kemar” Thompson, aka The Kemist, was born in Kingston Jamaica. The Kemist’s mother is the Queen of Reggae, Marcia Griffiths, and his father, Errol Thompson Snr, was a musician and popular radio personality. It is not surprising that The Kemist is now considered one of Jamaica’s hottest DJs, producers and artist. The Kemist’s first moment in the spotlight came at the age of three, sharing the stage with Reggae legend Bob Marley. He grew up touring the world as a music director/musician in his mom’s band. The Kemist is known to bring his own unique sound to the international music scene with over 25 million streams and support from industry heavyweights such as: Diplo, Carnage, Hardwell and Major Lazer. A new partnership with 21 Entertainment Group & Republic Records finds The Kemist releasing his single “Body Can’t Lie,” featuring Nyanda, who is a powerful vocalist that is known for her fusion of Reggae and Dancehall. Together, they create a hip-hop inspired Reggae sound that is fresh and exciting. That’s the short of it!
Body Can't Lie
Body Can't Lie (ft. Nyanda) (single)
Release Date: November 2, 2018
21 Entertainment JV
Great vid! Large value production, a balanced dancehall undercurrent with sultry vocals and The Kemist’s rhymes.