SONG PREMIERE: Jus Goodie Team Up with Bobby Hustle for Sunny and Soulful Reggae Groover “Better Left Unsaid”

San Diego-based band Jus Goodie is led by band leaders Goodie and Zan. Together with their backing band, consisting of southern California’s premier reggae musicians, Jus Goodie combines elements of modern and vintage reggae, rock, Motown soul, and classic R&B to form music rooted in messages of liberation and love. The band is known for their production concepts, performance skills that hypnotize, powerful silky smooth vocals and harmonies, and diversity of sounds and lyricism. Having honed their sound on the road, Jus Goodie has headline tours throughout the US and has graced the stage alongside iconic acts including Luciano, Gregory Isaccs, Morgan Heritage, Anthony B, Damian Marley, Matisyahu, and Tribal Seeds to name a few.

Jus Goodie’s inspirational lyrics will uplift and have you humming tunes long after you see the show or listen to an album. Jus Goodie plans to release their 4th studio album in September 2021.

In the meantime, Glide is excited to offer an exclusive premiere of their new song “Better Left Unsaid,” which finds the group collaborating with Bobby Hustle. “Better Left Unsaid” is a song about the importance of being tenacious, and showing that actions speak much louder than words. This is set to a soundtrack of that includes bright and soulful brass and saxophone, a slinky organ, and a laid back reggae groove to make for a tune that feels sunny and optimistic. In a world full of hype and illusion, this song inspires to look beyond the obstacles in life and to put your best foot forward. During this time when the world can often feel hopeless, this song is like jumping into a cool body of water and basking in the sunshine. 

The group shares the inspiration behind the song:

“This song was created in a very cool and original way, much different than our typical approach. The lyrics were written for this song and passed over to Eric Hirschhorn as an A cappella. Eric crafted the amazing arrangements underneath lyrics and melodies that were already formed.”

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