THERE’S no time like summertime when it comes to releasing a collection of smooth reggae songs full of fire and soul, and Maxi Priest has just done that with the eagerly awaited “Easy to Love.”
Almost a decade since his last studio album, the timing of this drop is perfect and will delight fans across the globe. With the help of talented producers, writers and fellow musicians, including Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, Earl “Chinna” Smith, Steven “Lenky” Marsden, Colin “Bulby” York, Clive Hunt and the legendary Beres Hammond, it’s clear this effort has the quality needed to bust the charts.
Priest keeps the fire burning on the affectionate love songs. Despite the 10-year wait for this record, it’s evident that Priest’s talent comes in abundance. “Easy to Love” will not disappoint. (AP)