Sunday Feb 25
Video: Christopher Martin – Steppin’ Razor

Jamaican reggae crooner, Christopher Martin will drop his debut EP this spring via VP Records. In the meantime, he’s released a new single from the EP titled “Steppin Razor” taking inspiration from 1977 Frankie Music produced track of the same name originally made famous by the late Peter Tosh and written by Joe Higgs. The video for the single was directed by Kurt Wright and was shot in Kingston, Jamaica. The humorous video shows Martin hittin’ the club, attracting beautiful women. Enjoy the song and video…

One Response to Video: Christopher Martin – Steppin’ Razor

  1. Dub Diezel says:

    Oh Nooooooooooooo hahaha please no no no. I mean no disrespect to this artist or anything and I guess it’s his interpretation of my all time absolute most favorite Peter Tosh song. And the only one who did justice to the cover was a 50’s surf guitar style rendition topped with a heavy heavy bass line dubbed from a 4 track from Bradley Nowell of Sublime, but Bradley kept it guitar infused reggae/rock and Tosh is a reggae guitarist icon so to see this song dubbed in a way so differently makes it maybe too soar for a fan of my ears, but hey reggae is heavily influenced by that R&b lyrical style so to have it covered this way some may actually really like it, but no thanks for me. I’ll stick to Peter Tosh’s version and when I’m jamming Sublimes Robbn The Hood Record. C’mon Pier… Reggae-Rock-Acoustic??? This is Dancehall-Pop-R&B haha, much luv Pier Peace! \m/

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