South Auckland reggae band Three Houses Down
has joined forces with one of the Pacific's hottest international acts, reggae singer Spawnbreezie.
The 10-piece band has been working hard in the studio recording its latest hit, She's My Woman
, featuring none other than the American star, who is of Samoan descent.
Spawnbreezie, whose hits include Don't Let Go, Nobody
and If It's You,
is currently in New Zealand, where he has fast become popular with both young and old.
Fans can look forward to hearing some of Spawn's own flavour in the jam, when he sings the chorus: "She's my BFF, my everything. My teddy bear, my sweetest dream - she's that morning coffee that I need.'' Three Houses Down
, made up of Tongan and Samoan members, has become a popular force on the New Zealand reggae scene; making regular appearances at top reggae festivals Raggamuffin in Rotorua and at Parihaka.
The band has also played alongside reggae royalty throughout the years, including former UB40 frontman Ali Campbell. The band regularly tours and performs to crowds in Australia, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Utah and Hawaii, where they have a particularly strong following. She's My Woman
will be available on iTunes from Friday, May 18, 2012.