You know it’s a vibe when it’s JR Music. From the quarters of these two unknown brands came the newest and unique wave, Thomas Party now comes Fire and All night Long.
While both songs were done and released at the same time, the difference is absolutely clear even though they both convey a similar message, Weed! While it seems most people even, men shone the conversations and topic of Weed in Ghana, that seems to be the common subject underlining in all of Amalina’s three songs. Is she campaigning for weed or a weed ambassador?
However, the subject is beautifully woven into a great tune produced by JR Music with Amalina’s mellifluous voice delivering the creatively written masterpieces in both songs. The style for both songs are exceptionally done Fire is a typical reggae dancehall tune with some clean raga and patios done by the new female artist while burning down the place with fire.
Although trying to keep it low while high, Amalina did some dope singing on All night song, a pure love, romance song but to weed. I wonder what someone high on weed making love will do with All Night Long.
Clearly, Amalina and JR Music are on a different path trying to introduce the Ghanaian audiences to a new vibe and wave, and boy, are they winning our hearts!