August 8, 2022

Ganesh Releases New Record, “Take You Home”

Born in California and raised in Kingston, Jamaica Ganesh Matlock has been effortlessly making a name for himself. He now releases his most recent music video, “Take You Home,” featuring Keyz. Hip-hop and reggae have stood the test of time, even as more talented artists offer an amazing mix of the new school and old school. Unfortunately, many of the songs coming out of speakers are beginning to lose the features that endeared the genres to millions of music lovers. But, Ganesh Matlock is looking to change this narrative by delivering impactful music, as substantiated with the release of Take You Home.

This multitalented creative has a track record of creating relatable and substantial music, as he gathers inspiration from his life experiences and happenings around him and worldwide. Take You Home is another dope form of art that takes his supporters on an enticing ride, with Ganesh serenading his listeners with his powerful lyrics and punch lines.

Thinking about how prevalent substance is in our society, he describes “Take You Home” as “a reminder to go back to a balanced state of mind rather than using substances to bring you back to your equilibrium”. 

Take You Home reiterates the commitment of Ganesh Matlock to using his musical talent as a tool for influencing the world and expressing himself in positive ways. The California-born singer offers a fusion of dancehall and hip-hop, a feature that has become his signature over the years.

Watch “Take You Home” here!

About Ganesh Matlock

Ganesh Matlock is a talented entertainer who was born in Los Angeles and spent his formative years in Kingston, Jamaica, the birthplace of his mother. The singer is known for his unique style of reggae and hip-hop, with a fusion of different genres to deliver music that offers a smooth flair and rough edges. As an actor, Ganesh has demonstrated his amazing skills, considered for supporting roles in major projects like The Equalizer 2 and White Boy Rick.

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