Protoje - In Search Of Zion [Black Vinyl]

Tracklist

1
Side A
1.
Switch Up Ft. Koffee
Protoje
04:03
2.
Jah Deliver Me
Protoje
03:43
3.
Still I Want Her
Protoje
03:44
4.
Weed & Tings
Protoje
04:41
5.
A Vibes
Protoje
03:29
Side B
1.
Feel The Same So
Protoje
04:42
2.
Still Bloom Ft. Lila Iké
Protoje
04:03
3.
Wait On The Law
Protoje
04:22
4.
In Life Ft. Popcaan
Protoje
04:08
5.
Strange Things
Protoje
03:53
2
Side C
1.
Switch Up (Dub) Ft. Koffee
Protoje
04:04
2.
Jah Deliver Me (Dub)
Protoje
03:15
3.
Still I Want Her (Dub)
Protoje
03:34
4.
Weed & Tings (Dub)
Protoje
05:06
5.
A Vibes (Dub)
Protoje
03:29
Side D
1.
Feel The Same So (Dub)
Protoje
04:35
2.
Still Bloom (Dub) Ft. Lila Iké
Protoje
04:02
3.
Wait On The Law (Dub)
Protoje
04:05
4.
In Life (Dub) Ft. Popcaan
Protoje
04:19
5.
Strange Things (Dub)
Protoje
03:53

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140g black vinyl pressing.

Protoje asked Zion I Kings to create alternate musical soundscapes for the songs on "In Search of Lost Time" in the vein of traditional roots reggae. The production approach to "In Search of Zion" is an expansive take on the classic roots reggae sound. Zion I Kings melted down the forward-thinking sounds of the original album and recast modern roots reggae gold, indelibly etching the fundamental live bass, drums, organ, guitars and horns into the genre's landscape with a fresh, ambient and soulful twist. Laced with pounding kick drums, slapping snares, deep basslines, lush synthesizers and dub influences throughout the project, Zion I Kings' seasoned sound brought new dimensions to Protoje's lyrics and songwriting.

The accompanying dub mixes allow each song's unique production approach to shine, with the traditional dub brushes of delays and reverbs working alongside more modern filtering and digital mixing techniques that bridge Jamaican dub mixing tradition with the currency of Now.

In Search of Zion is a testament to fortitude, creating a roots reggae healing journey that cycles through a complete range of sound, color and emotion

Protoje
Jamaica