Breakthrough reggae/dancehall star I-Octane is expected to drop his debut album this fall. According to Octane, the album is titled “Crying To The Nation” and comprise of 14 tracks both old and new.
The Robert Livingston produced album will feature a collaboration with reggae crooner Tarrus Riley. In a press release Octane says teaming up with Livingston is a great honor.
“It was a pleasure to work with Robert Livingston. His knowledge and insight is vast and I am sure it will boost this product a great deal,” I-Octane stated.
Robert Livingston is the former manager of reggae superstar Shaggy, whose relationship lasted over 20 years.
I-Octane recently release two smash hit singles “Nah Wash” and “Short Term Memory” which you can listen to below.
Look out for Cry To The Nation this fall.