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Concrete World

Concrete World

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Mighty Mystic – Concrete World Album

 

Name Artist    Time   Price
1

This Train Mighty Mystic    4:47 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Cali Green Mighty Mystic    3:54 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Concrete World Mighty Mystic    4:18 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Next Generation Mighty Mystic    3:41 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Hold On to My Love Mighty Mystic    4:54 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Happy Mighty Mystic    3:44 $0.99 View In iTunes
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The Strength in Me Mighty Mystic    3:46 $0.99 View In iTunes
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True Love Mighty Mystic    4:09 $0.99 View In iTunes
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War (Rumors of War) Mighty Mystic    4:13 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Mr. Big Man Mighty Mystic    3:30 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Evil All the Time Mighty Mystic    4:00 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Love or an Illusion Mighty Mystic    3:19 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Rise Mighty Mystic    4:00 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Hammer Mighty Mystic    3:55 $0.99 View In iTunes
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Free (Bonus Track) Mighty Mystic    3:04 $0.99 View In iTunes
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On January 28th Mighty Mystic released his brand new sophomore album entitled “Concrete World”, through VP Records Music Group. At this time, the album has already made its way to #6 on the Billboard Reggae Charts and is steadily climbing. The 15-track album thus far includes videos for the album’s title-track “Concrete World” and his latest joint “Cali Green”. Produced by Mike Cip, the melodic track is dedicated to all of the herbalists out there and is sure to please Reggae lovers and ganja smokers everywhere.

Cali Green (Official Music Video)

Shot & Directed By: D&D Pro Imaging

The press wrote.

Almost all recent reggae success stories involve an artist that doesn’t shy away from stretching the “boundaries” of the reggae genre. Concrete World is an eclectic album of cutting-edge quality that manages to keep a distinct reggae feel to a surprising extent. It is a blueprint for contemporary modern roots, one that could define 2014 – if it gets heard. – by Valentin Zill – Read Entire Review

Reggaeville.com

His brand of “hard roots,” roots reggae with a hip-hop edge, carried him to more success with his first album 2010′s Wake Up The World. As he’s matured, so have his issues. “Need Your Love” focuses on more domestic concerns. His new album, Concrete World, is out on January 28th on Jamaica’s respected VP Records. Singles like “WAR (Rumors of War)” and “Concrete World” are about urban American issues almost anyone can relate to: poverty, family and friends, and universal love. Mighty Mystic proves that righteous reggae can be transplanted, grow roots and sprout even in concrete. -By Alexis Stephens – Read Entire Review 

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