Beres Hammond & Errol Flabba Holt - Living Separate Lives W/ Instrumental Version - Digital Download

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Beres Hammond & Errol Flabba Holt - Living Separate Lives W/ Instrumental Version - Digital Download

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Beres Hammond & Errol Flabba Holt - Living Separate Lives W/ Instrumental Version - Digital Download

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Hugh Bereford Hammond is by far one of the most versatile Jamaican vocalists in history. He began by participating in local talent contests which led to his first recording, "The Wanderer" for Clancy Eccles in 1972. Originally this song was mis-credited on the U.K. "Bullet" label as "Gerry Meggie - Hard To Beleive". In 1975 he joined the band Zap Pow as lead singer which progressed his musical career in a major way. However, he simultaneously sought a solo career releasing his debut album, "Soul Reggae" in 1976. He then left Zap Pow in 1979 to pursue his solo career and established himself as one of the top lovers rock artists. From the 1970's to present Beres has released over 20 albums and countless singles making him easily one of the most accomplished reggae vocalists.
His first album of the new millennium was 2001's "Music Is Life", which featured an appearance by Wyclef Jean, and contributions from Earl "Chinna" Smith and Flourgon. The album spawned several hits, including "They Gonna Talk", "Rockaway" and "Ain't It Good To Know". The 2004 release "Love Has No Boundaries" had guest spots by Buju Banton and Big Youth. In 2007 he performed at the Opening Ceremony for the Cricket World Cup and in 2013 he was awarded the Order of Jamaica by the Jamaican government in recognition of his "exceptional and dedicated contribution to the Jamaican music industry". His 2012 album "One Love, One Life" topped the Billboard Reggae Albums chart and in January 2014 it was nominated for a Grammy Award.
Errol Flabba Holt and Beres Hammond now present their new single "Living Separate Lives". In a pure modern lovers rock style, this is the first song of 2016 by these two incredible musicians.
Written and Produced By - Errol Carter