Two years after his last album Smockaz, Big Red signs with Come Again his new long-format. A title in the form of a program: Come Again constitutes a marked return to the roots of Jamaican Reggae. The mythical MC of Raggasonic is, for the occasion, surrounded by the producer DJ Absurd, who thus signs nine of the ten original productions of the album. In ten original titles, completed with dub versions signed by Waks and DJ Absurd himself, the album explores ten successive variants of this Jamaican heritage, and as many potential future French-speaking classics for the genre. On chiseled productions, which testify to DJ Absurd's longstanding passion for Reggae roots and Rocksteady, Big Red unfolds its inimitable flow by giving pride of place to socially engaged texts, evoking in turn the place of institutional racism. in contemporary society, police violence or technology. Behind a coherent guiding aesthetic, Come Again knows how to vary atmospheres and styles. Confirming the record's anchoring in the Jamaican tradition of the 70s/80s, two dub versions complete Come Again in the reverberant echoes of "Nous Sommes" and "Mais Toi".