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Unchangeable by Danny I

Unchangeable by Danny I

Unchangeable by Danny I

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The singer native from St Croix, V.I just released his second album on the same vein as the debut one, namely full of smooth and roots vibrations.


Danny I - UnchangeableRoots reggae from Virgin Islands and more particularly from St Croix is back with the release of Unchangeable, Danny I’ new album produced by I Grade records. The singer from St Croix so returns with a second set after releasing Jah Fury in 2001.

In 16 tracks including two combinations with Nyorah on ‘Old Time Something’ and Benjamin Vaugh from Midnite on ‘New Jerusalem’, Danny I presents an album full of mellow and roots sounds. In addition of the reflective ‘Gone Away’ lead single, this set features some heavy roots gems as powerful ‘Bow Dem Face’- on Wicked Development riddim - led by a great horn line, future hit ‘Redda Fyah’ with its heavy bass line, ‘Pay’in Full’ in a sweet acoustic version, deep ‘Seek Zion’ on a heavy instrumental and ‘Weak At The Foundation’. Once  again I grade records reaffirmed the strenght of VI's productions and their typical St Croix sound releasing an album with smooth instrumentals and profound lyrics.

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