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Remake of Jamaica’s Alton Ellis’ “Breaking Up” by Brazilian band and David Oscar gets Ghana talking

Ghanaian reggae artiste, David Oscar has earned massive praise from music lovers for a ground breaking collaboration with a team of Brazilian instrumentalists on Jamaica’s Alton Ellis’ top record “Breaking Up”.

This version of “Breaking Up” meant to pay tribute to the Jamaican music great got David Oscar hand picked to render the vocals of the song.

The latest rendition of “Breaking Up” produced by Brazil’s Rafael Toloi was beautifully put together with each team member adding their inputs from the comfort of their homes.

Adding a touch of his soothing voice to the rather calming lyrical work on the incredible instrumentation from Brazil, David Oscar and the team served fans the song which has got reggae lovers all over the world jamming to it.

The original song was done by Alton Nehemiah Ellis OD a singer and song writer from Jamaica.

The Reggae sensation who passed on in October 2018 is known to be one of the innovators of rocksteady. This earned him the informal title “Godfather of Rocksteady”.

Alton Ellis was inducted into the International Reggae and World Music Awards Hall of Fame in 2006.

Enjoy Breaking Up in video below.

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