Ras Slick is in the ‘zone’
The stars are lining up for international reggae artiste Ras Slick, with his single Zone.
With the release of a fiery remix with Tanzanian star Young Dee, and multiple TV appearances, Ras Slick is taking his catchy single and video to higher heights.
For more than a decade, the Westmoreland, Jamaica-born crooner has been delivering sweet reggae music.
But this summer, he has arguably entered the best zone of his career, kicking off August with a TV performance and interview on CBS' 'Great Day Washington'.
In celebration of Jamaica's Independence Day, Ras Slick and his Dutty Bus Crew band lit up the morning show with electrifying performances of Zone, No Shackles and Chains.
This interview and performance marked the second TV appearance on a major network for Ras Slick this summer, the first being on ABC's 'Good Morning Washington'.
The Zone remix bridges multiple music genres, thrusting Ras Slick's music to wider audiences.
Since Young Dee premiered the remix on his Instagram account to his 2.1 million followers, international attention for the tune have exploded.
Add a debut live performance of the remix before 25,000 people at the Linganore Reggae Music Festival to the mix, and it appears the song is heading to be a hit.
Ras Slick's aptly billed Zone tour continues to thrive. Numerous festival appearances, including midwest dates, are slated to round out the tour's summer leg this September.