Locos Del Ghetto teams up with Tommy Tee for Take Off The Crown

They are back and ready to take the musical crown. Central American music group, Locos Del Ghetto and Jamaican Reggae/Dancehall Singer Tommy Tee are set to take their crown in the music fraternity and are letting it known in their first collaboration titled “Take Off The Crown” (Quitense La Corona).

“Take Off The Crown” is a reggaeton single that can be enjoyed by all generations due to its lyrical content and vibe. It is a collaborated project by Honduras producers Angel Cano, Digital Intonation Studio and Black Music, and is set be released on all digital music platforms on July 27, 2019.

Locos Del Ghetto music group was formed by Anthony Bennett in 2004, initially with eight members, however, they took a hiatus and are now back on the musical scene with five of their members, including Anthony B the founder, Big Daddy, Yamaly, Chacha and PLG, all of whom hail from La Ceiba, Honduras. Locos Del Ghetto is known for their musical versatility, which led them to record songs on various rhythms such as Rap, Reggae, Soca, Reggaeton, Trap and Hip Hop. They have opened concerts for artistes like Bennie Man, Mr. Vegas, Roockie, Kafu Banton and many more.

The reformation of the group was due to a demand by their fans who asked for them to return. Bennett saw this as a great idea and made the decision to release a new single to announce their return; hence the collaboration with Tommy Tee, a Cayman Island based recording artiste from Linstead, Jamaica, who recognized his talent during his formative years and has set out on a journey to develop and integrate his musical gift with the world.

Both Tommy Tee and Locos Del Ghettos recognizes that there is a place for their brand of music and are prepared to share it world-wide. Their fans will be treated to more musical collaborations from them, as they are look forward to working on other projects together in the future.

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