Stuart Wilson, 'I'd like to rule the world for a day'

Stuart Wilson, a quiet reggae sensation from Cayman Islands, is ready to rule the world, literally, with his new single “Rule The World”. The infectious song, from it’s bouncy ska influenced bass line, harmonizing vocals, and consciously friendly lyrics, is ready to make the “world smile for awhile”.

Who wouldn’t? We all would, but Stuart Wilson makes it not only catchy, but a phrase ready to be chanted all day.

Stuart Wilson, a quiet reggae sensation from Cayman Islands, is ready to rule the world, literally, with his new single “Rule The World“. The infectious song, from it’s bouncy ska influenced bass line, harmonizing vocals, and consciously friendly lyrics, is ready to make the “world smile for awhile”.

Describing the song himself, Stuart remarks, “It’s sunshine carrying rays of hope and light. It’s reggae with a twist of pop that brings the spirit of the globe together in harmony and sound.” Capturing those sunshine rays, Stuart was able to convey his concept musically through “Rule The World“. One of his favorite lines from the song is “All the world loves a child when he smiles”, stating that “it speaks of the innocence that can be recaptured by those who have lived, by looking into the eyes of a smiling child. There is healing in their eyes.”

Rule the World” has been selected to be featured on an upcoming TruckBack Records, compilation album, from alongside tunes from such artist as, Jah Cure, Maxi Priest, and Sizzla.

While, “Rule The World” maybe classified as “reggae pop” but this is a tune, that will go above it’s genre, as just be known as good music.

Stuart Wilson and his band Love Culture Band have been blazing a trail throughout the Cayman Islands, as well as the broader Caribbean and now the rest of the world, giving audiences near and far a special brand of reggae and live show that keeps listeners and concert goers coming back for more.

Stuart Wilson’s music is a flavorful style of reggae that appeals to people of all cultures and walks of life, incorporating overtones of many of his influences, which include Bob Marley, Steel Pulse, Maxi Priest, John Lennon, Third World, Aswad, Big Mountain, and many other popular artists from all genres of music.

The artist is a gifted guitarist, singer and song writer whose lyrical depth and thought are evident in all the work he produces.

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