Marcia banks on Queen of Paradise

Saturday, June 16, 2018

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“REGGAE Queen” Marcia Griffiths is hoping to score with her latest single Queen of Paradise.

The song is produced by the legendary drum and bass duo of Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare.

Queen of Paradise was written for me by Chronixx. It was produced by Sly and Robbie,” said Griffiths, a former member of Bob Marley's harmony trio I-Three.

The single was released this week on the Taxi label.

This isn't the first time that Griffiths has worked with the “Riddim Twins”. Her 1996 album, Land of Love featured the track Stay which was also produced by Sly & Robbie.

Griffiths, who earlier this year signed with Donsome Booking Agency, continues to score hits on the South Florida and The Foundation Radio Network (TFRN) Reggae chart in New York.

In March, Too Good at Goodbyes reached number three and number five on the South Florida and TFRN charts, respectively. Last year she topped both charts with King of Babylon.

Griffiths recently performed at the Kaya Festival, Oxygen Fete series in Bermuda, and the Love and Harmony Cruise.

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