Sprightly and joyous on Wyman Low & The Ravers’ Trippin’

WymanLowAndTheRavers-VisuelHD2016BDFrench singer and guitarist Wyman Low has along with backing back The Ravers released the upbeat Trippin’, an eleven track set recorded between France, Guinea, the Caribbean and Brazil.

It’s a straightforward and pulsating contemporary roots reggae album where Wyman Low showcases his powerful voice over sprightly and joyous rhythms. He has an unusual vocal style with an impressive vocal range complete high-pitch screams that can be heard on a track like Crazy Soldiers.

On the album they tackle Peter Tosh’s classic No Sympathy and also incorporates slices of hip-hop on Que Beleza. Trippin’ is lightweight, forthright and fun.

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