François Marius is a musical genius whose talent in reggae knows no bounds. He lives in the heart of Tallinn, Estonia.
With his most recent release, “Rasta Dance (Radio Edit),” Marius once again shows how great he is as a singer and songwriter.
“Rasta Dance (Radio Edit)” has quickly become a hit all over the world in just a few weeks after it was released. Both music fans and critics have given it great reviews.
Marius’ music sounds like the very start of reggae. It has funky beats that make you feel good right away and a lively tune that you can’t ignore.
After a lot of hard work, “Rasta Dance” was finished by the great record producer Simon Gibson at London’s famous Abbey Road Studio. Gibson won a Grammy for his work there.
When “Rasta Dance” was recorded, it was warm in Canada in the summer and beautiful in Estonia in the winter.
Marius gives his work a unique musical style that has a big effect by taking from the music of famous artists like Stevie Wonder, Jimmy Cliff, and Bob Marley.
Marius’s voice shines brightly, as it always does, which reminds us of what an amazing talent he has. In the song “Rasta Dance (Radio Edit),” he tells us to move our bodies to the deep spirit of reggae as well as the beat of the music.
Is more than just music; it’s an experience, and Marius turns it into a celebration of life, love, and why reggae is still so popular.