RootsTime ft. Blessed P and Danger Cat with the new single; “Work Hard” :
A song representing the hard work, time, and effort artists and musicians put into their art; A universal message of the day to day work people put into making a better lives for themselves and family.
RootsTime delivers another anthem: A bumping hiphop reggae track with emphasis on kick and snare; hints at west-coast hiphop; and the bass guitar shows influences from RootsTime reggae roots foundation grown in the music as a child. The simple Miles Davis style trumpet melody, along with guitar, and heavy drum and bass in a grooving progression and dynamic break-beat transitions highlights the RootsTime sound.
The Jamaican artists; singer/dj combination: Blessed P and Danger Cat lyrical message of hard work with their energetic tag-team delivery style that compliment each other perfectly along with RootsTime distinct musical style.
Blessed P (Delroy Pearson) got his start in music industry as a child in the hills of Jamaica, helping his father load up his father’s sound system into their “donkey hamper”. From these humble country roots, he grew in the music to have mentors: Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Sanchez, and other giants of the music industry. The same way he was encouraged by mentors he encouraged Danger Cat to start recording and they started doing combination tracks.
Danger Cat (Stanley Rone), also hailing from the Jamaican countryside in St. Catherine; As a youth, looked up to Super Cat, and General Trees for musical inspiration. He performs with many top sound systems including Black Scorpio, among may others.