Jah Mason explains how the System Works
Reggae artiste Jah Mason is using his latest single, Way The System Works, to call attention to atrocities in the world.
"This song is my way of speaking up about some of the injustices we experience in society every day. It's a call-out to world leaders, people in power, to fix the system and stop the corruption," the artiste said.
The track, a production of Big Feet Records, was officially released on November 12. A team of musicians comprising Fitzroy Francis (associate producer) Tommi Tikkanen (mixing engineer) Earle Holder (mastering engineer), Dave Carlson (guitarist), Maria Smith (supporting vocals) and Josh Harris (drums, bass and keyboard) came together for the creation of Way The System Works.
Harris, who is Big Feet Records' CEO, said that working with a talented artiste like Jah Mason made the production seamless.
"We're very pleased with the result," Harris stated.
Based in California, Big Feet Records is a standout label that has worked with many great names in dancehall and reggae such as Etana, Lutan Fyah, Junior Kelly, Vershon and Mykal Rose.
"Since we started a little over a year ago, we've been fortunate to work with amazing artistes from Jamaica, putting our unique touch to their already signature sounds. It's been a great ride so far and we're looking forward to what's to come," Harris expressed.
Jah Mason is known for hits such as My Princess Gone, No Sad Story and Ain't No Chain.