Kenny B “God Bless the Children”
- Words: DJ Chocolate
There’s something special about Kenny, and it’s obvious enough that his first single has the distinction of being the first Canadian reggae song produced by and featuring Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare, alongside veteran Leroy “Artist” Brown. I’m not sure which part is sweetest: his voice, the horns, or the Riddim Twins’ performance, but the composite whole is deliciously rich, mellow, and satisfying.
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