Reggae music’s world renowned Danglin releases his anticipated single “This Lifetime”

Afrykan Pryde signee, reggae star Danglin, releases his first single “This Lifetime”, audio and visuals off his up-coming EP set for a 3rd quarter release.

“This Lifetime” entails a deep and purposeful significance. As soon as the first beat drops, the song transcends you into a rhythmic fantasy. Whisking you off for a long-lasting vacay with the love of your life on a Caribbean island, certainly not located on any map. This song illuminates a salsa vibe. As salsa is a popular form of social dance with an intense and passionate demonstration, the mix propels a feel of Love in the air. Material obsessions are no factor and time is the ultimate reward of the heart’s desire. “This Lifetime won’t be enough to give you all this love…” With lyrics like this in a love letter, the recipient would absolutely fall at the bended knee.

Danglin has a knack for live instruments and magical ambiances that will instantly run through your soul leaving you no choice other than to express embedded emotions suppressed for the perfect occasion. He collaboratively merged musical talents for This Lifetime with Grammy nominated bass player Delroy “Pele” Hamilton from the Raging Fyah Band, and legendary drummer Paul Castic with tributes to artists such as Shaggy, Maxi Priest, and Kymani Marley to name a few. Truly an uplifting and unforgettable track that will transmit powerful vibrations worldwide.

WATCH “This Lifetime” HERE

LISTEN TO “This Lifetime” HERE

About Danglin:

Danglin (Dwayne Anglin) is an astonishing combination of rare musical gifts wrapped in one explosive package. He has worked with many of the greatest, the likes of Tarrus Riley, Tony Rebel, and Queen Ifrika, to name a few. His most recent have been working with the legendary group “The Wailers” performing as the lead singer in over 1400 performances over the last 8 years of his career.

Danglin describes his music as an inclusive hybrid form of reggae that incorporates influences from other musical genres such as R & B and hip hop. “At the end of the day, my music is created to uplift and inspire”. He now spends most of his time in recording studios and on performance stages across Jamaica and in the United States, building a solid fan base.


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