Back from his international exploits in Atlanta and New York City, reggae crooner Bugle has returned to the recording studio to complete work on his deluxe album.
A reprised version of last October’s Toxicity album, the compilation is expected to feature several new offerings from some significant collaborators.
Tight-lipped about the details, Bugle hinted at a possible collaboration with accomplished reggae icon Marcia Griffiths, “I am not at liberty to speak on the project presently, but we are working on some new material with a few musical heavyweights.” – He exclaimed.
When questioned about the Marcia Griffiths collab, he did not confirm nor deny the assertion, instead citing that his team is exploring the possibility of a 2022 release date for the project.
Released Friday, October 22, 2021, to much acclaim, Toxicity is Bugle’s fourth studio album. It features a bevvy of heavy-hitters, including Bounty Killer, Julian Marley, Kabaka Pyramid, Jesse Royal, Nation Boss and Beenie Man.
Earlier this year, the single Flowaz, produced by Gold Up Music, debuted on the U.K iTunes Reggae Singles Chart, entering at the No.68 position.
Bugle is currently promoting his latest single, Prayer & Fasting, featuring Imeru Tafari