Gentleman's new album is now available digitally on iTunes and Amazon.

Gentleman’s new album is now available digitally on iTunes and Amazon.

*Photos courtesy of Gentleman

Everyone’s favorite German reggae superstar, Gentleman, returns this summer with his latest release New Day Dawn (Republic Records).  On his new album, Gentleman incorporates his signature “singjay” (singing and DJing) vocal style with roots reggae, progressive electronic dancehall, pop and hip-hop.  His fiery, rhythmic reggae resonates within your soul as his powerful lyrics promote positivity and conscious vibes.

On the album’s first single, “Do You Remember?”, Gentleman reminds us of a time when computers and social media didn’t exist; he advocates people should use technology for the betterment of mankind instead of crime.  He sings:

“Do you remember when we used to write letters and we never used to send text messages?  (Do you remember) when there was no Facebook, no YouTube never invade the colleges?  That technology is a good thing, but many misuse it and cause pure damages.  The future is so great you can’t forget the past!”

Gentleman urges our society to wake up, smell the coffee and interact with one another.

German reggae superstar Gentleman has become immensely popular all over the world.

German reggae superstar Gentleman has become immensely popular all over the world.

New Day Dawn is now available digitally on iTunes and Amazon.

Check out New Day Dawn’s first two singles “Do You Remember?” and “In My Arms”!  How do you like Gentleman’s new songs?  Comment below!

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A New Day Dawns for Gentleman: German Reggae Star Promotes Positivity on New Album

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