Earlier in the year, an all-star reggae group, Natural Selectah, was born in Denver, Colorado. Featuring a revolving lineup of musicians, the band makes use of the many touring musicians who make the Mile Hile City their home, with the band previously featuring members from Thievery Corporation, The Motet, Pimps Of Joytime, Pretty Lights Live Band, The New Mastersounds, DubSkin, Euforquesta, SunSquabi, and more. Outside of the all-star lineup that Natural Selectah frequently boasts, one of the best aspects of the group’s shows is their covers of non-reggae songs and give them the full reggae treatment.
Yesterday, Natural Selectah released a video of the group covering the Hall & Oates classic, “I Can’t Go For That.” Featuring vocalist Haile Supreme front and center, the reggae side project’s lineup for this dubby cover of Hall & Oates also sees fine performances by some of our favorite musicians from Thievery, The Motet, Pimps Of Joytime, and more. You can check out the video for yourself below, which was recorded live at the Denver recording studio, Scanhope Sound. You can also catch Natural Selectah live on September 20th at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom when the crew opens for Shaggy, with tickets available here.