After debuting at No.42 and No.3 on the iTunes Top 100 and Hot Tracks charts respectively with Ganja Remix featuring Shaggy, amalgamated with the No.11 spot on the Billboard Reggae chart for 'Rising For A Fall' (Season Change Rhythm) earlier this year. Reggae crooner Bugle has once again been thrust into the international spotlight with his latest release 'Boom Box'.
The single a collaboration effort with EDM superstars Bad Royale, Henry Fong and Karra has been making waves on the international circuit garnering mainstream attention via some of the biggest platforms for the genre across the globe. Though released late September “Boombox” has already amassed in excess of half a million views (646K) online as this hypnotic ditty somehow manages to strike a balance between downtempo, pop and dancehall with ease.
According to 'YourEDM.com', a Seattle based publication dedicated to the genre, "The vibe is island tropical and the energy infectious, creating a wonderful blend that is both ready for dancing as well as just chilling with friends. Of course, we’re sure none of this was done by accident"
Bugle says since the release of the song the feedback has been tremendous annexed to receiving a lot of attention from industry players and fans in markets that are not synonymous with Reggae and Dancehall, which he sums up as a great thing for the genres.
Meanwhile, coming on the heels of 'Boom Box', Bugle has also joined forces with fellow Jamaican superstar Popcaan for 'Live Love Laugh' a joint effort produced on his An9ted Entertainment imprint.
Alluding to the project Bugle said,
"I actually record the song some time ago and really loved it. Went back in the studio recently and listen to it again and instantly decide that I wanted Popcaan in it. Poppi is like family to me so I reached out, he came to the studio listened the track and the rest is history."
The 'Live Love Laugh' is slated for release in the coming days and will be available via iTunes and all other major digital platforms.