Since her voice has captured worldwide, Horace Andy remains a beacon always on the Jamaican music, suspended between experimentation and tradition.
Considered one of the best vocalists, the artist returns these days with the single "Straight To Hell" reinforcing a bond that history has celebrated in the past, the one between reggae and punk. It is, in fact, cover the eponymous song recorded by The Clash in 1982 and present in one of their most iconic album "Combat Rock".
The unmistakable voice of Horace Andy gives new life to a piece that retains all its relevance, that fans will appreciate thanks to the release on March 14 of a limited edition vinyl (on the side b is available a version of Big Youth) while in April will also be available as a digital format.
"Straight To Hell" relies on the production of Eric Blowtorch, eclectic American musician, who has previously worked with other reggae artists. And always Staying on the subject, it is fair to say that the link between Andy and Strummer, lead singer of the Clash, had already given birth to the album "Living In The Flood", released in 1999.