Tombo Teams Up with Grammy Award-Winning Producer to Create New Song “No Laces”

Tombo, the international visionary shoe brand that combines fashion with music and art, is delighted to announce a musical collaboration with Grammy Award-winning producer Sean Alaric and popular Reggae artist Vision Alexander. The dynamic team produced a theme song to accompany the brand’s Ziggz shoes that just dropped.

All Tombo shoes are inspired by African stories and come with original theme songs. “No Laces,” the brand’s first reggae song, conveys the liberating feeling of moving without being tied down, a powerful metaphor for the Ziggz’s unique build, expertly designed as an easy-to-wear slip-on. 

The song takes the comfy design a step further by showing the beauty of a life free of barriers.

“No Laces” was produced by Sean Alaric, a Grammy Award-winning producer born in Pembroke Pines, Florida to Jamaican parents. Being musically inclined since childhood, Alaric started experimenting as a DJ when he was 12 years old. The talented musician’s first project was a rhythm called “Intercept,” released in 2008, featuring other prolific names in the industry. From there, Alaric co-produced the track “Throne” by Koffee, which won the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album.

For Vision Alexander, reggae music is more than just an art form; it exemplifies his philosophy and way of life. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, this original artist says he always knew he was destined for great things right from a young age. Alexander was musically trained in the staple church setting before moving to the United Kingdom to begin his musical career.

Working as a songwriter, Alexander put his other talents to work and released the hit single “Jammin” in 2015, which featured Mojo Morgan of the world-renowned reggae band Morgan Heritage. The artist went on to strike gold with his production of “Right Time,” which hit the #5 position on Billboard's Hot Single Sales chart.

Tombo Founder and CEO Edem Jimbo says he is excited to work with these brilliant artists for the release of his first Reggae theme song. Jimbo describes himself as a fan of reggae music, revealing that he grew up listening to the genre.