Premiere: Listen To Shamz Le Roc's Ska-Inflected "Dino"

Taken from her forthcoming EP, 'Incipio'.


East London singer Shamz Le Roc finally follows-up last year's "Lazy Days" and "Structure", her collab with HudMo, with "Dino"—a mid-tempo blend of all her central influences: R&B, ska, and reggae. Co-produced by Herda Vim and Le Roc, the track draws from her Jamaican heritage with her name-dropping everyone from Super Cat and Richie Spice, to Red Rat and the old-school call of "nah pop no style, ah strictly roots!" It's basically a three-minute transportation to the Caribbean, ending off our British summer superbly.

"Dino" is an early taste of Shamz Le Roc's debut EP, Incipio, which is set to be a bold showcase of her talents as a vocalist, songwriter, and all-round performer. Get familiar with her style, now, before it's too late.

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