May 8, 2015

That's right, everyone, in case you forgot, Eddie Murphy sings reggae. His last effort was a collaboration with Snoop Dogg (then called Snoop Lion), which was alright, but I found this to be an improvement. He's got a good singing voice and it sounds like a traditional reggae tune, so I've got not complaints, plus he really sells it as a reggae frontman. I guess you could say that it's a step above "Party All the Time."

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