Reggae Music is just something that creeps into every part of your life, and it’s such a good thing. While we enjoy Reggae through our headphones and speakers, others are caught off guard through some of their favourite TV shows. One such show is a spinoff of the popular “Power” series called “Power Book III: Raising Kanan“. The series gives a backstory on one of the Antagonists from the original “Power” series, Kanan (played by Rapper/Exec. Producer 50 Cent), and in it’s latest episode, we hear a lil Reggae courtesy of US Reggae Band, Reggae Revolution’s “Lay Me Down“.
Released through Fervor Records in 2006, “Lay Me Down” is a Reggae love song from Reggae Revolution. The single was featured on the band’s “Reggae Revolution!” album. Reggae Revolution is a band that was formed in the 2005 by Multi-Instrumentalist/Songwriter/Producer Robert Cote in Phoenix, Arizona, and features Mike Bailey, Eric Eugene, and Katherine Rickling as members. The band was formed as a side project by Cote for Fervor Records, and after the band’s only album release, they disbanded. The “Lay Me Down” track can be heard in episode 2 of “Raising Kanan” during a scene featuring Actor Omar Epps.