Tony Curtis puts up a fight

Jamaican singer Tony Curtis has been a reliable source for cultural and romantic reggae for well over a decade. His latest set – the EP Fight It for French Greenyard Records – showcases the same Tony Curtis as we are used to hear. But the production is tougher and his lyrics are refreshingly frank.

When I interviewed Tony a while back he reminisces on how dancehall used to be, and he also explains what he puts up a fight against. Read the full story over at United Reggae.

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