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Reggae music: Wayne Marshall is happy with ‘Tru Colors’

Wayne Marshall has worked with Beenie Man, Elephant Man and Sean Paul. But Jamaican music artist has reached a whole high – he is opening for Stephen Marley on his present tour. In a recent interview, he told that the tour is running great. There are no complaints at all and it is really a learning a learning experience for him. He is seeing a whole lot of places for the very first time. Stephen is just more than experienced when it comes to music and he is absorbing it all in.
Wayne is touring to promote his new album named ‘Tru Colors’ that was unveiled earlier in January. It took years to make the album and finally he is glad that finally the album has come out.
He told that it was about getting the chemistry of the music coming together. It took him a long time to get it all right. He is grateful for all of that right now.
Wayne, who grew up in Jamaica, told that while he was always not quite interested in music – it was a part of his life. When he was a teenager, he was in a chorus and that is where his talent became apparent. He added that people would look at him and thought that he was going to be a singer. From that point on, he knew that being out on the road and making music was where he was going to be.

Wayne Marshall has worked with Beenie Man, Elephant Man and Sean Paul. But Jamaican music artist has reached a whole high – he is opening for Stephen Marley on his present tour. In a recent interview, he told that the tour is running great. There are no complaints at all and it is really a learning a learning experience for him. He is seeing a whole lot of places for the very first time. Stephen is just more than experienced when it comes to music and he is absorbing it all in.

Wayne is touring to promote his new album named ‘Tru Colors’ that was unveiled earlier in January. It took years to make the album and finally he is glad that finally the album has come out.

He told that it was about getting the chemistry of the music coming together. It took him a long time to get it all right. He is grateful for all of that right now.

Wayne, who grew up in Jamaica, told that while he was always not quite interested in music – it was a part of his life. When he was a teenager, he was in a chorus and that is where his talent became apparent. He added that people would look at him and thought that he was going to be a singer. From that point on, he knew that being out on the road and making music was where he was going to be.