Major Riley was born November 6th, 1992 in the Sanger Grande Community of Trinidad and Tobago. This multifaceted artist soon realized that he had an uncontrollable love for music and his love steaming from roots reggae music started manifested itself very early in his life and it was only right that he headed the call to follow his passion. He now has over 25 years of experience under his belt and has shared the stage with legendary reggae and dancehall artists such as Shaggy, Sean Paul, Shabba Ranks, Soca Queen Alison Hinds, Reggae Rebel Sizzla, smooth crooner Sanchez, and Scrunta.
Placing Bob Marley at the top of his music luminaries, Riley wishes to leave behind such a legacy that will be talked of for generations to come. He of course shines faultlessly over the roots reggae, dancehall, and soca genres and is just seeking to create a meaningful impact with his music- one song at a time!
Riley is back with a very infectious and catchy reggae ballad dubbed, “Say It Say It”- a very entertaining and heartwarming reggae jam that is effortlessly likable. That wedding-inspired beautiful cover art tells you everything you need to know about the track before opening it; it’s about the intimate matters of love and who doesn’t love a love-inspired reggae anthem? -Certainly not me!
That quintessential blend between the powerful drums and the colorful guitars takes you right into the middle of Caribbean Island vibes and you completely let loose and let the melodies take over. Major Riley then breathes life into the narrative with his genuine and heartfelt lyrics that underscore his songwriting expertise. He also displays a warm and powerful vocal presentation over the prolific reggae beats.
The way the backing female vocals jump in that memorable chorus is fascinating and adds an intriguing spirit and spark to this tune. There is just a way you can’t help but sing along to the easily quotable lines, “You can’t hide your feelings
You can’t stop your heart from loving
You can’t hide your feelings
You can’t stop a man from trying”
“Say It Say It” is easily likable and its anthemic qualities will of course endear it to a wide range of listeners.
“Say It Say It” is now available for streaming- follow the attached link, add it as a favorite and share it with reggae music aficionados around you!