Inna Vision & Gonzo

Inna Vision & Gonzo

CEH Dec 2023 New Reggae Releases Spotlights Gonzo & Inna Vision’s “Christmas Mele”

Written by: Adela Scotland

Inna Vision is a Maui-born roots reggae group that aims to spread love and positivity all across the globe. This new collaboration with Ryan Gonzales professionally known as Gonzo marvellously achieves that goal. The pair spread holiday cheer in this new Christmas reggae sensation and set themselves apart from other new releases by embracing the season’s essence.

The Holidays are a complex season, filled with laughter, joy, and love shared amongst loved ones, but also sadness, loneliness, and anxiety over people who are no longer with us or things we don’t have. “Christmas Mele,” by Gonzo and Inna Vision is the perfect celebratory song as it reminds us to embrace the spirit of ‘love and forgiveness’ that defines the season. It’s a beautiful catchy reggae song that embodies the true meaning of Christmas and is worth a listen or two this Holiday Season.

Regardless of your mood this Holiday Season, we have curated a playlist with new reggae releases we think are worth listening to.

Here is our December 2023 Reggae Playlist of new tunes to add to your December groove.

1. Christmas Mele Gonzo · Inna Vision 0:45
2. Blessing Jesse Royal x Yohan Marley 0:45
3. Didn't I Khalia 0:45
4. Do Me Baby Althea Hewitt 0:45
5. Feel The Love (Remix) Dukes Of Roots x Kabaka Pyramid 0:45
6. Solution Stephen Marley feat. Buju Banton 0:46
7. Over My Shoulders Alborosie ft. Buju Banton 0:44
8. Right Energy Runkus x Loud City 0:46
9. Changes Lutan Fyah x Reign Afrika x Perfect Giddimani 0:46
10. Double Trouble Khalia · Shaggy 0:46
11. Citizen of Love Blae Minott 0:45
12. Like A Soldier Barrington Levy & Irie Ites 0:45
13. Only One Christopher Martin 0:45
14. Pennies From Heaven J Boog 0:46

Hashtags: #Gonzo #InnaVision #JesseRoyal #YohanMarley #Khalia #AltheaHewitt #DukesOfRoots #KabakaPyramid #StephenMarley #BujuBanton #Alborosie #Runkus #LoudCity #LutanFyah #ReignAfika #PerfectGiddimani #Shaggy #BlaeMinott #BarringtonLevy #IrieItes #ChristopherMartin #JBoog

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