“I don’t get stuck, living on luck, passing the buck
Time to win is time to lose
Lady luck is just for fools”
D. Kirton ‘Time for Change’
Amid the frenzied rhythms of soca and dancehall that currently dominate the Southern Caribbean a new artist emerges; David Kirton, the calm in the eye of the storm. His sound is a unique hybrid of reggae - roots– rock - soul and pop that surprisingly…. still manages to be organic.
This critically acclaimed Barbadian artist is firmly carving out his sound with his third album titled Time for Change. David Kirton’s has delivered an enticing collection of 11 original Modern Alternative Roots Reggae songs. Organic strong lyrics layered over guitar driven rhythms separate Kirton from the pack. Classic reggae anthems, modern melodic dance rhythms, soulful love songs all wrapped with an earthy alternative pop feel. Kirton continues to create his own path staying away from the road well traveled. Kirton has said he like to leave room for his listeners to discover, revel what is hidden, clever lyrics enclose deep messages.
Kirton first came into the public’s eye with his Midem Cannes 1999 performance. AP writer John Sw...