The familiar pleasure of reggae riffs, organic artistry, and gorgeously joyful vocals of PrinceLD Martian unifying in the melodic development all serve to introduce Do The Race in an instantly likable manner. Great production also allows the music’s natural strength to shine through at high volumes.
PrinceLD Martian, which means he is an alien who thinks outside & inside the box. He makes all genres of music from hip-hop to R&B, Rock & Roll, Pop, Soul, Reggae, Dancehall & more. To See his name is to know that he can do any type of music. That’s his talent. He is very versatile & creative when it comes to his music. He was born & raised in Jamaica. His music is how he expresses himself & how he sees the world from his perspective. He moves to the USA when he was 17 & became even more hungry to make authentic music that resonates with him & gives a good vibe.
The song Do The Race is well-written, simply put – it’s unfussy in many ways, far from the compound in set-up, but it stands tall on the asset of its arrangement. First, there’s that delicate stability between the organic and the electronic – it’s easy to visualize a live presentation of this, mainly during a daytime festival set, wherever many of us wish we could be right about now.
There’s an intense fusion of those mainstream feelings and a sort of girl-next-door level of vitality. At the same time, the entire thing is musically on point and somewhat incredible to dislike – meaningfully as that hook drops into view.
And beneath all of this, the classic vigor of reggae works its magic, yet the harmony headway has a touch of something a little more caring, contemporary, and uplifting. Do The Race brings a whole new mood that seems perfectly on point right about now.