An infusion of Reggae culture and UK Hip Hop. A homage to the classic Reggae songs from Jamaica but made in Essex by a Filipino English man. What we tried to do with this song was capture a happy go lucky song style.
These words remain true to the fact we are moving as a family unit and are in the process of selling our house. The goal is for the kids to have a better life, living in a decent area by the sea. With the recent events in the world at the moment we just want to be where the negativity isn't so loud and up front.
When the Corona Virus first hit the UK there was a scare in the air and my day job is working in retail. During lockdown while the UK were resting safe behind closed doors. My store was kept open and we were busier than ever. At the time masks weren't advised only a choice but I never took chances and wore a mask ever from the start. I watched us run out of toilet paper, tissues, wet wipes, hand sanitizers, hand wash and anything else they could get their hands on. All the time receiving abuse for lack of staff because half our staff were told to self isolate. All we received was a £150 taxable bonus and a possible 10p pay rise. I clapped for NHS staff but nobody clapped for us and we were just as at risk of getting sick.more