Buy on iTunes Buy CD Maxi Priest — Easy To Love Release date : Jul. 01, 2014 Label : VP Records Tracklist: Easy To Love Loving You Is Easy Every Little Thing If I Gave My Heart To You Gravity Without a Woman Holiday Bubble My Way Your Love To Me I Could Be the One Hearts Across The World None of Jah Jah Children (iTunes Exclusive) Share 1. Easy To Love 2. Loving You Is Easy 3. Every Little Thing 4. If I Gave My Heart To You 5. Gravity 6. Without A Woman – Maxi Priest Feat. Beres Hammond 7. Holiday 8. Bubble My Way – Maxi Priest Feat. Assassin A/k/a Agent Sasco 9. Your Love To Me – Maxi Priest Feat. Delarose 10. I Could Be The One 11. Hearts Across The World Easy To Love is a fine representation of lovers’ rock, an effortless blend of reggae, R&B and dancehall with universal appeal. The sophistication he brings to these tracks is the mark of true quality. His delivery and phrasing are impeccable, and his choice of material and collaborators are strategic and brilliant. The title track was a No. 1 hit on reggae charts last summer, evidence that Maxi Priest has a gift for staying fresh. The song features the legendary Jamaican drum and bass duo Sly & Robbie, who’ve played on some of Maxi’s biggest hits, including “Wild World,” “Some Guys Have All The Luck,” “Close To You,” and “Housecall” (featuring Shabba Ranks) as well as the new album track “Every Little Thing.” WATCH “Easy To Love” video. Maxi’s been tugging on women’s heartstrings ever since the mid-80′s. New and long-term fans alike will relish hearing irresistible tributes of enduring affection like “Loving You Is Easy,” “Holiday,” “Still In Love,” and “Gravity.” The soulful “Without A Woman” features Jamaican legend Beres Hammond and even echoes the themes and intensity of James Brown’s “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World.” There are many more highlights on Easy To Love. While “Hearts Across The World” is a song for our times and pleas for people of all races to love one another, other tracks like “Fire In The Skies” simply defy categorization and are living proof of Maxi Priest’s musical versatility. The delicate, aching need of “Angel Wings” also demonstrates just how far reggae has evolved in the new era.