LP released: Jul 01, 2024

Side A
1. Long Road Home
2. The Capitol
3. Reality Check
4. Higher
5. Sweet Caroline
Side B
1. Leggo Beast
2. Collie Man
3. Man Feel It
4. Let It Go
5. Feel Like

Introducing Musically Speaking, the latest masterpiece from Jamaican roots reggae legend I-Taweh. This album is a
profound testament to I-Taweh's musical odyssey, deeply rooted in his upbringing in the hills of St. Ann, Jamaica. Raised in Prickly
Pole, just a few miles from Bob Marley's Nine Mile, I-Taweh spent his formative years immersed in the rhythms of farming and music,
shaping his authentic sound and narrative prowess. Acknowledged as a legendary guitarist and bassist with the likes of Sade,
Capleton and Luciano, and as a member of the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari and the global Playing For Change movement, I-Taweh
embarks on a solo journey once again with his fourth album.
In the early days of the pandemic, I-Taweh sought solace on his farm, devoting four transformative years to crafting "Musically
Speaking". The album illustrates his evolution as a multi-faceted artist, featuring collaborations with esteemed Jamaican musicians
such as 'Beezy' Coleman, Courtney 'Bam' Deidrick and Dean Frasier. From the evocative blues-infused 'Long Road Home', featuring
the vocals and harmonica of Mermans Mosengo, to the rhythmic intricacies of 'The Capital', each song offers a window into I-Taweh's
diverse musical palette and personal journey. As a soloist, I-Taweh's commitment to social justice and human rights resonates
through her lyrics and compositions. His debut album, 'Overload', was widely acclaimed, reflecting his unique fusion of Jamaican roots
and global influences.
With 'Musically Speaking', I-Taweh remains a captivating force on the world stage, combining deep lyricism, dynamic stage presence
and unrivalled talent. From soul-stirring ballads like "Sweet Caroline" to the driving island rhythms of "Feel Like" and "Higher", her
music transcends boundaries, spreading love and unity to all who listen. This album is a testament to I-Taweh's artistry, fusing roots
reggae with a distinct 70s flavour.