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Slow Reggae Instrumental Music – Here I Come

Slow Reggae Instrumental Music - Here I Come

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Are you looking for Slow Reggae Instrumental Music? Look no further! Today, we’re delighted to bring you Here I Come from one of our albums, Right Time.

Slow Reggae Instrumental Music – Here I Come Details

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Let me tell you about Here I Come by Azinity Music.

Here I Come is 2 minutes and 12 seconds long. It’s in the key of G minor and the time signature is 4 beats per measure. Loudness is -17.22 db and the tempo is around 100.01 bpm.

Acousticness: 15% – Track isn’t acoustic

Danceability: 88% – Track is good for dancing

Instrumentalness: 0% – Likely isn’t instrumental

Energy: 8% – Track is on the mellow side

Speechiness 15% – Probably doesn’t contain talking

Liveness: 9% – Track was recorded in a studio (not live)

Valence: 70% – Vibe is happy, cheerful, and/or euphoric

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Slow Reggae Instrumental Music – Here I Come Licence

We produce Slow Reggae Instrumental Music under Creative Commons Public Licenses. Therefore, you are free to download, use, remix, and share our music for commercial use. In other words, you may incorporate our Here I Come music into videos, films, podcasts, webcasts, and other multimedia works on any social platform or website. All you need is to give attribution as shown on our licensing page.

We create all the Slow Reggae Instrumental Music tracks you find on Azinity Music at our studio in London. So, you’ll never run into any copyright and content ID claims with any third-party copyright holders. If you have questions about music licensing or any enquiries, please contact us.

Our Music Genres & Styles

We specialise in pop, rock, jazz, blues, country, Latin, folk, and dance music. Besides, we’ll add more music genres and styles over time. They include EDM, ballad, swing jazz, jazz waltz, funk jazz, ragtime, Latin, samba, bossa nova, reggae, Celtic, new age, folk rock, dancehall, country rock, country blues, country bluegrass, New Orleans, Americana, and more. Check out our genres.

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