Answering the call to reggae fans across the world, Grammy Award nominated producer, Richard “Bread Back” Bramwell (Bread Back Productions) has collaborated with international reggae artist, Lutan Fyah for “Get Rid A Di Wicked”. This collaboration is no surprise as Bread Back and Lutan have been friends for many years and done quite a few reggae singles together. Powerhouse VP Records/VPAL Music has inked a deal with Bread Back Productions for distribution. “’Get Rid A Di Wicked’ is an album I put my heart and soul into. It’s a good, well-constructed album which will open doors for myself, Lutan and for reggae music”, states Bread Back. Bread Back was nominated in January 2014 for a Grammy Award in the Reggae category.
“Get Rid A Di Wicked” encourages our inner selves to use love and peace as a way to a better life. Feature single “More Love” encourages us to love and forgive those who come against us. “I no come to fight no flesh; all I want is love, more love” Lutan Fyah belts out as the smooth rhythm instructs us to move and sing along. This 16-track jewel includes titles such as “Ambition”, produced by Lutan himself under his own production company “Tsahai Music Productions”; love song, “This Love” featuring veteran reggae artist, Lady G, “Children Safe”, title track “Get Rid A Di Wicked” and many more including Lutan Fyah in his own words in an interview with entertainment industry executive, Genie Sweetness.
“A lot of people wouldn’t understand that music and spirituality are one and the same. The music I do is good news. As a man with a Rastafarian background, we have to sing what we learn”, expresses Lutan Fyah (excerpt from track 16 “Lutan interviewed by Genie Sweetness”. Sticking to what works, Bread Back utilized the talent of Venanzion, who did the artwork for Sizzla Kalonji’s “The Messiah”, a VP Records album which was also Sizzla’s first Grammy Award nomination. “Get Rid A Di Wicked” will be available for purchase Tuesday, June 17, 2014 on all digital outlets.