Ragga Lox Reflects On His Career As A Musical Artist With ‘Climbing To The Top’

When you find your true calling, you won’t let anyone or anything get in the way of making your dream a reality. Ragga Lox moved from Jamaica to the USA at 16 years old, where he found his sound and determined he was going to create it for not just himself, but others as well. Ragga Lox kept his eye on the changes in the music industry, while also balancing his own life’s struggles; he’s seen it all – he started out recording on cassette, then vinyl and CDs, and now, the streaming market. All the while he stayed true to his message, his aim to write music that will not only take the minds of listeners off their everyday real life problems, but also give a voice to the voiceless.

‘Climbing To The Top’ is the name of Ragga Lox’s latest album, and the title track is a reflection of his musical career. He’s consistently moved up and forward, constantly reaching new heights, and moving even further on. Moving from Jamaica to New York gave him the incentive to make his mark, and in ‘Climbing To The Top’ he shares how sacrifices must be made in order for you to get where you want to be.

Meshing reggae and salsa, Ragga Lox has crafted an energetic and groovy track that comes with plenty of vibes and swagger. The accompanying music video sees Ragga laying down some smooth dance moves in his neighbourhood, interspersed with footage of him in the studio. Fast flowing lyrics are spat out at a rate of knots, matched only by the the quick changing scenes in the video. Check out the clip for ‘Climbing To The Top’ below, and find out more about Ragga Lox and his music online on his official website, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

Ragga Lox - "Climbing To The Top" (Official Music Video)



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