MP3 Leak of the Week: Jungle Man Sam

Posted on Thursday, December 21st, 2017 at 10:13 pm
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From Toronto, Canada, Jungle Man Sam (real name Sam Morton) released his new single “Dive Deep.” As we featured the song last week in an article, the feedback warranted a follow up with Sam agreeing to allow us to give the track away for FREE, this week only…

You can download Jungle Man Sam’s new song “Dive Deep,” for FREE, on our home page under the MP3 Leak of the Week on the right hand column! This Download will only be available until Saturday, Dec 23rd, 2017.

Jungle Man Sam – “Dive Deep” — Download HERE (on The Pier homepage)
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Jungle Man Sam – “Dive Deep” Background:

I have actually been covering Jungle Man Sam’s music since he debuted with “CPR” in January of 2017. After that, he released an acoustic version of “Dive Deep” in February with Sugarshack Sessions (that you can view below) and that blew me away. Here’s what Sam had to share about the song back in February when we first asked him about it:
“Dive Deep is a song about loving someone so much that you want to dive right into every aspect of their being. We all have stories of heartache and pain that we bring along with us, and loving someone means loving that story that they carry. Crossing an ocean for someone is easy, but diving into the depths of who they are means a lot more.”

The studio cut of the song has a Tropical, Dance, RB, Pop sound with some mild reggae jazz undertones and Soca influences. You’ll hear that Sam has raw talent with great potential, inspired by his personal adventures throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, engineering a collection of songs that reflected his travels and adventures.

When Sam released the studio version of the song, he further explained: “It was inspired by a new love, more specifically a love of turbulent energy. I’ve found in my journey of partnerships that uncertainty often leads to all the fears that come with committing to a connection, and I really wanted to express how willing I was to go as deep as I possibly could into that love, and how much I believed in it.”

You can stream Jungle Man Sams music on all the platforms or own it via iTunes by clicking HERE!

Watch: Jungle Man Sam – “Dive Deep” (Live Acoustic – SugarShack Sessions)

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Jungle Man Sam Background:

Jungle Man Sam is an international musician and world traveler originally based in Toronto, Canada. Be it solo or backed by a full band, Jungle Man Sam’s dynamic sound can be described as a blend of pop, dance, and world music that incorporates elements of Dancehall, Soca, Reggae, Reggaeton, and Hip Hop. With international influences such as Major Lazer, Machel Montano, Sean Paul, and of course the legendary Robert Nesta Marley, with inspiration from his personal adventures throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, Jungle Man Sam has crafted a collection of songs that capture both the energy and mystery of the exotic locations of his his travels. As an influencer, Jungle Man Sam strives to inspire a sense of wanderlust, taking his followers “there” by sharing the various cultural flavours from the places he’s explored and the stories of the people he meets.

Related Links:
Jungle Man Sam Website
Jungle Man Sam Facebook

Huge thanks again to Jungle Man Sam for allowing us to share new song “Dive Deep” to post up for FREE download. Free music is a privilege that we’re grateful for and we appreciate the work these artists do! Please feel free to download this song for FREE and spread the awareness to your friends!
Enjoy the FREE track on the homepage!

Article By: Mike Patti

Listen: Jungle Man Sam – “Dive Deep”

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