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Sunday, 16 August 2020

MUSIC: Protoje Album Preview 'In Search of Lost Time' Aug 28TH 2020.

The forthcoming album is a marked departure from his previous releases and showcases a wider range of collaborations with balanced display of musicianship. The "reggae revival" contemporary colours outside the lines for a cinematic, multi-genre, stadium level LP. Hip Hop and reggae has always heavily influenced his sound, but he raises the bar by merging these two worlds with a variety of key players on both sides. Protoje co-produces many of the tracks, and he also taps Supa Dups (the multi-platinum producer behind timeless songs for Drake, Bruno Mars, Nicki Minaj and John Legend), his resident beatsmith Winta James, Jamaica’s go-to hit-maker Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor and more. Vocalists from Wiz Khalifa, Koffee, Popcaan and Lila Iké also join in on this razor-sharp diverse 10-track release. Protoje shared the album's first reveal "Same 

1. Switch It Up feat. Koffee
2. Deliverance
3. Still I Wonder
4. Weed & Ting
5. A Vibe feat. Wiz Khalifa
6. Same So
7. In Bloom feat. Lila Iké
8. Self Defense
9. Like Royalty feat. Popcaan
10. Strange Happenings

a relaxed, chilled-out dose of modern-sounding reggae" (Brooklyn Vegan), on July 16th and today “Like Royalty” to give fans a taste of what is to come.

In Search Of Lost Time follows his fourth studio album A Matter of Time (released in 2018 via Mr. Bongo Worldwide Ltd. / Easy Star Records), which resulted in Protoje’s first GRAMMY nomination for Best Reggae Album and debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Reggae Album chart. Protoje rallied Winta James (the same beatmaker behind his breakthrough album Ancient Future) for a genre-bending creation. Songs like “Blood Money,” “Bout Noon,” “No Guarantee” feat Chronixx and “Like This” rose to popularity. He landed features in Rolling Stone and Vogue and his debut U.S. national TV performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in May 2019. As one of the leaders of the "reggae revival" movement (VOGUE)

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