Like How The Water
by Boxy

Album: Dancin' Shoes (2012)


  • This track, from the March 2012 album Dancin' Shoes, is said by the Spanish label Reggaeland to be a celebration of Jamaica's 50th independence anniversary. (Jamaica actually obtained independence from Britain on August 6, 1962).

    Although it is easy on the ear, "Like How The Water" actually sounds more like a jingle written by an in-house composer for the Jamaica Tourist Board.

    The song has words by Malijah, music by Reggaeland/Genious; it was recorded at Tuff Gong by Boxy. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England


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