An upcoming movie song “Sometimes I can’t relate” about horse and human friendship has used around 10 studios around the globe to complete the production. The song is composed by award winning music composer Jibin George Sebastian at Muzic Haven Studios , Kochi , India and is programmed at K R Music Studios, Kochi by Krishna. Lyrics of the song is written by Chris Hardy aka David Hardy from United States. Jibin has taken the initiative to take the instrument parts live from the best instrumentalist around the globe. The song is sung by Addie Nicole ,famous lead singer of the Halocene music band at AIMX Studios, Arizona , United States . The piano part was taken live by Krishna Raaj in KR Music, Kochi. The song has its guitar parts ( electric ,bass and acoustic ) taken live by Hugo Iglesias from La Nau Estudi , a studio in Valencia, Spain , Saxophone taken live by Slick at Level Seven Recording Studio, Kentucky , United States and Cameron Black from Canada. Drums was taken live by Glenn Welman, drummer of the The Awakening (band) at Audio Arts Africa, Johannesburg, South Africa. The Song is mixed by Kiran at NHQ Studio, Kochi and mastered by well known sound engineer Sherman De Vries, the sound engineer of Shaggy, Sean Paul, Juicy J, I-Octane, Flo Rida, Demarco etc at Audio Mixing Mastering LLC , Sint Maarten. Jibin is the All India Fame music award winner and recipient of Limca Book of Records for releasing the album Beat of Indian Youth against social evils , having the most number of multilingual songs.
Jibin was born to K G George and Brigit George on the hottest day May 1st, 1988. Jibin has an elder brother named Jijo George, who is an engineer. He too was part in Jibin’s first album named Divine Love as a composer and lyricist.
The movie named Unbridled, starring Eric Roberts , T.C. Stallings , Téa Mckay etc is expected to be released by spring 2017.