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Posted: June 16, 2009
K'Shema Francis's picture

Gargamel music, inc. has inked a new partnership with esteemed German company, Groove Attack/Good To Go.

The first project under the distribution deal will be Gargamel CEO and Jamaican music icon, Buju Banton's roots reggae opus Rasta Got Soul.

Uwe Adelfang, Label Manager for Groove Attack/Good To Go, says "For us Rasta Got Soul stands in one line with Til Shiloh, Inna Heights, and Friends For Life. With its superb packaging: hardcover digipak with embossed printing, and poster booklet with the lyrics included, Groove Attack is more than happy to work this masterpiece with our European distribution set-up."

Highly anticipated throughout Europe, Rasta Got Soul officially drops this week in France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Benelux, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Spain, Hungary and Czech Republic. The release date for the UK, Norway, Portugal and Poland is June 29th.

In related news, last week, Buju Banton launched the European leg of his Rasta Got Soul World Tour, in Caen France. Banton and his Shiloh Band, along with openers New Kidz, Delly Ranx and Nicky Burt, have already blazed musical trails through Berlin, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and France. The tour hits the UK this weekend with shows in Coventry, Huddersfield and London.

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