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Music Review: One Man Alone by Honorebel - Reggae - Florida, USA | Music Discovery XO


03-05-2020 01:48 GMT

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"One Man Alone"

Lust at first sight

Honorebel is one of those artists that can do no wrong in the eyes or ears of his fans. He’s never released a bad song, and as far as anyone is concerned it’s almost impossible. Even the toughest reggae music critics find it hard to find anything bad to say about his records and this one is no different. Released back in the summer of 2019, “One Man Alone” came at a time when the buzz for the Miami reggae sensation’s forthcoming album, “Above The Noise” was at an all-time high with no release date set. It did well to tide fans over and put a lot of despairing minds at ease. It wasn’t featured on the album.

This song will take you way back to the days of Musical Youth’s “Pass The Dutchie” and Bob Marley’s “Jamming”. If you haven’t heard either of those songs please stop everything you are doing now and catch up.

“One Man Alone” is a feel-good reggae record. Anyone who knows anything about reggae knows what to expect after reading that – a feel-good migraine of course. Reggae is already known for its feel-good vibe in general, hence, any record that is described as a feel-good reggae record will probably put you to sleep and infuse you with so much love you’ll find a mirror and kiss yourself several time when you awaken. It’s a song about lust at first sight, or maybe love - we don't know the difference anymore, Millennials ruined everything.

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