Eye of A Tiger: New Song Highlights The Style of Reggae Veteran Tiger

New Twin of Twins Song  Shines A Bright Light On Tiger’s Classic “When”

“Bun Again” by Twin of Twins comments on tumultuous relationships in dancehall.  Mr. Vegas, Foota Hype and Gully Bop are featured in the video,  along with  their close encounters with infidelity and domestic violence. The song discusses these serious topics in a satirical way. The beginning of the song also lyrically makes reference to 2016 Grammy Nominated Artist, Barrington Levy  and his classic “Too Experienced.” Produced by Anju Blaxx, the intro is the classic song “Woman is Like A Shadow” by The Meditations.  Moreover, the entire song is a remake of “When” by  living legend, Tiger.  More After The Jump

The new version maintains the “Call and Response” style of the original tune and replaces “Come Again” with “Bun Again.”  It’s nice that Tiger’s original style, is still being admired in 2016. Tiger’s trajectory rise to “Dancehall King”  was interrupted when he sustained a head injury following a motor vehicle accident in 1993.  However,  Tiger remains in demand and has returned to the stage for: Dons of Dancehall UK Tour (2003), Reggae Sumfest (2007 with Kiprich), Reewind and Come Again (2010, New York),  Live Performance at MP3 Lounge (2014, Orlando). Tiger is set to have a tour in the U.S. and Canada in the summer of 2016. For more information, contact his manager, Harold McLarty.




Twin of Twins “Bun Again”

 Tiger “When”

First Line of When : “Ehh Crowd Ah People I want unno tek in dah new style yah by me tiger seen”


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