Richie Spice Says Its Black Man Time
International Reggae Music Singer, Songwriter and producer Richie Spice drops his brand new album, "Black Man Time", which is also his Earth Strong. Spice says the album is a "preservation of reggae music and more than just entertainment."
"Black Man Time" is Spice's 10th album, produced by Richie Spice Music. He considers it a major accomplishment. "It is the coming together and unity of I and I." The collaborations and messages on the 14-track album are organic."
The singer says there was no intent for collaborations, but a natural vibration with Capleton and Louie Culture led to that teamwork.
The Lion and the Lamb track speaks to unity and understanding each other so we can coexist peacefully. Young Juvenile, featuring Louie Culture, is a narrative of grasping the generations as we create the future.
Also on the album is Tea Bread, the world anthem, which Spice has slowed down for a deeper understanding of the message. "Black Man Time" also features covers of Lionel Richie's "All Night Long" and "Johnny Too Bad" by the Slickers, originally from the "Harder They Come" movie soundtrack.
Richell Bonner, better known as Richie Spice, has been satisfied with his trajectory and journey since his first song, "Killing A Sound", produced by Dennis "Star" Hayes, in 1994. Also, from his debut album, "Out of The Blue," on the Island Jamaica Label, where he teamed up with the renowned Clive Hunt, from which came his major hit song Grooving My Girl. Clive Hunt is also a producer on the new album.