The World is a Country (Where you From?)
This song stems from classical Reggae vibes, with iconic bass guitar grooves and drum kits. It carries a clearly defined message of ‘LOVE’ and the idea of looking at the world as a country on its own, regardless of our nationalities, cultures or anything that makes us look different, as human beings. With a chorus chanting the mantra "the world is a country, the world is a country", the nations are called onto this notion, through the solo preaching of Akwasi Marley, from Ghana, in rhythmic poetry, and Marshall Muze, from Nigeria, in his electrifying set of vocals which both performers chose to deliver in the broken english form (Pidgin english). The general process behind the project was a back and forth affair between Ghana and Nigeria, curated by Collekta, the moderator, who produced it, and was not shy of blessing it with some vocals too.
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  • African
  • Fusion
  • Reggae / Carribean
  • World
  • Background vocals
  • Rapping
  • Singer
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Celeste
  • Electric organ
  • Synthesizer
  • Bass guitar
  • Electric guitar
  • Bass drum
  • Bongo drum
  • Conga
  • Cowbell
  • Cymbals
  • Shekere
  • Snare drum
  • Baritone horn
  • Horn
  • Saxhorn
  • Tenor horn
  • Trumpet
  • Ghana
  • Nigeria