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Published:Thursday | June 3, 2021 | 12:08 AM
The smooth vocals of A.J. Brown, Third World’s lead singer, are not his only superpower. He is seen here taking flight on set.
The smooth vocals of A.J. Brown, Third World’s lead singer, are not his only superpower. He is seen here taking flight on set.
From left: Third World’s Norris Webb, A.J. Brown, and Richard Daley share the ‘feel good’ energy with Busy Signal, who was named the 2020 Dancehall Artiste of the Decade as they shoot scenes for their music video in Miami.
From left: Third World’s Norris Webb, A.J. Brown, and Richard Daley share the ‘feel good’ energy with Busy Signal, who was named the 2020 Dancehall Artiste of the Decade as they shoot scenes for their music video in Miami.
Reggae-dancehall sensation Busy Signal is caught in action on the set of the music video for ‘Feel Good’.
Reggae-dancehall sensation Busy Signal is caught in action on the set of the music video for ‘Feel Good’.
There was no missing Norris Webb on set as he sported the brightest pair of pants.
There was no missing Norris Webb on set as he sported the brightest pair of pants.
Richard Daley’s dashiki was deserving of a close-up shot.
Richard Daley’s dashiki was deserving of a close-up shot.
Richard Daley (left) and Norris Webb’s outfits show there is nothing wrong with mixing classic pieces with a modern fashion sense.
Richard Daley (left) and Norris Webb’s outfits show there is nothing wrong with mixing classic pieces with a modern fashion sense.
These two musicians, Tony ‘Ruption’ Williams (left) and Stephen ‘Cat’ Coore, kept true to their signature styles.
These two musicians, Tony ‘Ruption’ Williams (left) and Stephen ‘Cat’ Coore, kept true to their signature styles.
Busy Signal was on top of the world. Caught off guard in this scene, he basks in the sunshine. Busy Signal was on top of the world. Caught off guard in this scene, he basks in the sunshine.
Busy Signal was on top of the world. Caught off guard in this scene, he basks in the sunshine. Busy Signal was on top of the world. Caught off guard in this scene, he basks in the sunshine.
Tony 'Ruption' Williams is a little mysterious but a whole lot of man with his original rude-boy style of mesh marina and sunglasses.
Tony 'Ruption' Williams is a little mysterious but a whole lot of man with his original rude-boy style of mesh marina and sunglasses.
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Iconic reggae band Third World is determined to make its audience feel good. At least, that is the aim of its latest production, Feel Good, featuring Busy Signal. The single is off the band’s 2019 Grammy-nominated album More Work To Be Done, and though the visuals are being prepared a year and a half later, it will come at the right time when released this Friday. The inspiration for the track was all-around positive energy. So it was only fitting that the concept for the visuals follow suit and in true Third World fashion, said Heather Cameron, manager of the band. She put her creative side to work as she styled all the musicians and recording artistes. Warrior Films and its video producer, Joelle Ferguson, captured scenes in a matter of three days - one day in Florida and two days in Kingston, Jamaica, - to bring their idea to life. Something Extra brings you a few Feel Good behind-the-scenes.