Silburn McBean | With You All the Time

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With You All the Time

by Silburn McBean

This song is some what about relationships that many people have experienced, with their spouse, or their loved ones.
Genre: Reggae: Smooth Reggae
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I don't have much information about me on my website. I have music and pictures. But
My vision
is showing people true ways of living through music as God has placed in my heart and following the footsteps of the great Reggae legends such as Dennis Brown, Bob Marley, Alton Ellis, Freddie McGregor, Maxi Priest and many more. I want to make sweet music that people will always love and want to hear. I love life and I care about people and I think life is to be enjoyed doing the things you love to do.

In 1981 I came to America from Jamaica. In 1983 I put my first song together which was a love song called "Julie". Since that time I have composed many other songs.

In 1990 I completed a demo with 2 songs titled "Don't Leave Me Go Nowhere" and "Poverty" at Roar Productions in Columbia, Md. Later I received a certificate from Roar Productions for taking a course called "Introduction to Recording Technology Course". After completing the course, I got busy working long hours on my job but I would still sing and write when I got a chance.

After working hard on my job for many years and countless hours, I started my own business, Mack's Printing Service in 1995 which took up even more of my time but I was still writing and singing. I was able to put more time into writing and composing my music when I sold the business in 2006. I went to Jamaica in 2007 and recorded 2 more songs "Anybody Steal and Committing a Crime" using my nephews rhythms. I labeled those 2 songs at Anchor Media in Jamaica and registered them with JACAP. I came back to America and started working on my own rhythms in my own studio and I keep learning more and more.
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