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FREE MP3: Aruba Red “Take Me Down” – Live and Unplugged

After a brief break and some soul searching Aruba Red is back with a free accoustic track from the heart.Named after a female pirate legend, this fresh and rebellious songstress has achieved impressive heights as an unsigned artist with her unique brand of ‘Rebel Soul’ music; featured by iTunes, reaching the top 10 playlist on Jamaica’s biggest radio station, being selected by Radio 1 as ‘Hottest Homegrown’ and chosen as ‘Alternative Jam’ on BBC 1Xtra. Aruba has collaborated with the award winning Nitin Sawhney, Riz MC, legendary Mad Professor, iconic Badmarsh & Shri, superstar Jah Cure and has toured with Natty, Fat Freddy’s Drop and opened for Soul II Soul. With residencies at London’s Royal Festival Hall and Roundhouse, hosting her own stage at the Big Chill Festival, and playing Thailand’s Balloon Festival, aruba rocks audiences with fiery performances and passionate lyrics. Blending hard-hitting, dub-tripping electronics with mesmerizing vocals and stories, there seems to be no stopping this unique trailblazer.



Aruba Red says about the track…..

“This is a song that is very close to my heart, it is about longing and searching, about trying to understand what has come before us and looking positively to the future. It is about hopes, journeys, dreams and finding strength. Take Me Down also led to one of the highlights of my musical journey so far, it was playing at the birth of my best friend’s baby boy, something that is really special to me. I hope you enjoy it and that you find your own interpretation within the music xx”

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/demos-in-disguise-ep/id512525852

http://www.aruba-red.com/

http://www.youtube.com/arubaredmusic

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