Music Review: Ghetto Christmas by Honorebel - Reggae - Florida, USA | SRL Reviews


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19-12-2019 19:46 GMT


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Honorebel
"Ghetto Christmas"
Reggae


Who's that farting in the chimney? 

No one in their right mind wants to be caught climbing into a chimney of anyone's house late at night in anywhere they don't cut the heads off chickens before eating them. Even with a flying slay and magic elves to make the trip as smooth and noiseless as possible, it's a risk no one is willing to take, so of course you'll never find Santa Clause in the ghetto, it's too dangerous.

Whether you are into pop, rock, electronica, hip hop or country; jazz, folk, classical, reggae, blues or R&B, there is always room for a new Christmas song even if just for the sake of sanity. Here's an exciting reggae record to add a little festive cheer to your rugged, hardcore reggae and dancehall music collections. It explores what Christmas is like in the Ghetto. It was released to critical acclaim by Miami, US reggae sensation, Honorebel last Christmas and it is poised to be a holiday season hit once again this year. It's super chilled, mid-tempo with a steady groove and softly sung lyrics, and it is very danceable with a tropical vibe that's guaranteed to get some Christmas jumpers coming off in no time - but get the mistletoes first.






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